Néstor Jusid is member of the Quality Monitoring Group of Grant Thornton International, where gives support to each one of the member firms. He is also member of the Audit Policy Committee for the Americas of Grant Thornton International since 1995 and of the Buenos Aires City Economic Sciences Professional Council (CPCECABA).
Néstor has a degree in Public Accountancy from the Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora (UNLZ), an MBA from the Macroeconomic Study Centre of Argentina (UCEMA) and a certification in Production and Inventory Management (CIRM) from the Association for Supply Chain Management (APICS).
Néstor has given presentations about audit in public and privates Universities and courses about commercial financing at the UCEMA.
Néstor has experience working with the member firms of South America and represents Grant Thornton Argentina providing solutions to international clients. He has led courses, capacitation and seminaries.
During 18 years, he was Director of the International Business Centre (IBC) of Buenos Aires, working with an international team of specialist. Néstor wrote a guidance of how to make business in Argentina and helped with the launch of subsidiaries in Argentina, assisting the investors with the Due Diligence for the acquisition of local operations. He also assisted transnational clients with the fulfilment of local transfer pricing regulations.
Néstor is comfortable working with companies that operates in United States, due to his two years secondment in Grant Thornton Miami Office. During his stay, he took part in the creation of the first Mercosur School, along with the Argentinian Consulate in Florida. Néstor, also worked for two years in Grant Thornton Chile.
All of these experiences, allows Néstor to attend the treatment of finance state conversion, including International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS).
Spanish, native. Fluent English and Portuguese. Intermediate Mandarin, Japanese and Hebrew. Written French.