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PWC Singapore appoints 12 new partners

PwC Singapore has appointed 12 new partners, including seven women. The irm’s executive chair Yeoh Oon Jin said: “This group of partners are diverse across many dimensions – gender, background, skillset and international experience. I am confident that they will serve to strengthen our ability to address the rapidly evolving needs and challenges of our clients doing business in today’s complex world.”

The new partners are:

  • Mabel Ang (Ms) Asset & Wealth Management Assurance, specializing in alternatives and market entry for the Asset & Wealth Management industry.
  • Nick Davison (Mr) Financial Crime, South East Asia Consulting, focusing on anti-financial crime consulting with emphasis on large scale remediation and transformation programmes for financial institutions.
  • Ding Suk Peng (Ms) Corporate Tax, covering tax and investment-related regulatory issues in the Myanmar market.
  • David Lee (Mr) Real Estate & Hospitality Assurance, specializing in financial reporting, audit & due diligence and internal controls & governance for the Real Estate & Hospitality industry
  • Yang Li (Ms) Global Mobility, covering global immigration.
  • Liao Jie Hong (Mr) Corporate Tax, focusing on transfer pricing with emphasis on the Transport & Logistics industry.
  • Lim Chin Chin (Ms) Corporate Tax, specializing in tax related to mergers & acquisitions
  • Janeshwar Pachigolla (Mr) Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory, focusing on mergers & acquisitions due diligence in the Myanmar market.
  • Irene Tai (Ms) Corporate Tax, covering corporate tax planning for cross-border investments with a focus on the Oil & Gas and Commodity Trading sectors.
  • Christopher Tan (Mr) Deals Accounting Advisory & Valuations focusing in the following expert areas within mergers & acquisitions – valuations, accounting and sales & purchase agreements advisory.
  • Jennifer Tay (Ms) Capital Projects & Infrastructure with emphasis on infrastructure and deals advisory across markets in Southeast Asia and China.
  • Penny Ying (Ms) Insurance Assurance, specializing in audit and compliance-related matters for the Insurance industry.

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