KPMG in Singapore today announced the admission of 10 Partners, bringing the total number in the Singapore partnership to 124.
KPMG in Singapore today announced the admission of 10 Partners, bringing the total number in the Singapore partnership to 124. The admissions take effect on 1 October 2019.
Chen Junwei and Siew Yilin have been admitted to the partnership within the firm’s Audit practice; Lee Jingyi and Anulekha Samant within Tax; Suhasini Ranganathan, Chua Zongfu, Leon Ong, Shirley Hu and Umair Hameed within Advisory; and Peter Lim within Clients & Markets.
Ong Pang Thye, Managing Partner, KPMG in Singapore said: “These new Partners are outstanding professionals and have built deep relationships with clients, developed a wealth of expertise and demonstrated a real understanding of our firm’s values and culture. Their diverse skills and experiences reflect the increasing demand from our clients in wealth management, cyber security, business and regulatory transformation and demonstrate our commitment to provide clients with access to the highest-quality advice under one roof. This year, we are also pleased to further strengthen our diversity as five of the 10 new Partners are female.”
Chua Zongfu advises clients on cyber incident response, forensic investigations and litigation support and has been instrumental in the setup of the first few cyber ranges in Singapore.
Leon Ong focuses on financial advisory, with a wealth of international experience in alternative asset classes and wealth management across London, Zurich, Frankfurt, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Shirley Hu specialises in the reinsurance advisory, working with various types of insurance entities including life and non-life direct insurers, reinsurers, Lloyd’s syndicates and captives.
Suhasini Raganathan focuses on deal advisory in the infrastructure, telecommunications, media and technology, consumer, manufacturing and healthcare industries. She has experience in over 200 deals.
Umair Hameed focuses on delivering strategy and regulatory transformation initiatives globally. Prior to joining KPMG in Singapore as Partner, he was Head of Financial Services Advisory in KPMG UAE.
Chen Junwei specialises in leading audit engagements of banking clients including qualifying full banks and local banks. Junwei holds a First Class Honours in Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University. He is also an Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS) Book Prize winner.
Siew Yilin specialises in the audit of government clients and in other diversified industries. She is a member of the KPMG A*STAR joint lab, championing the use of digital and analytics as enablers to define the future of audit.
Anulekha Samant specialises in tax-related matters in real estate and asset management. She has over 18 years of asset management experience in Singapore, Switzerland and India.
Lee Jingyi advises our real estate, banking, sovereign wealth funds as well as food and beverage clients on transfer pricing. She is also one of the 20 global emerging transfer pricing experts across the KPMG network.
Clients & Markets
Peter Lim leads the firm’s client care and growth agenda. He has a wealth of international experience garnered from the United Kingdom, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia.