David Samy EY Greater China Consulting Partner
IA functions have been operating in the same way for a long time but the converging forces are shifting how they should respond to risks and are redefining what value IA brings to the business.

David Samy

EY Greater China Consulting Partner

Consulting Partner. Partners with the Internal Audit leader community in advancing a transformation agenda. Promotes governance and internal control awareness in both the public and business sectors.

David is a EY Greater China Consulting Partner and currently based in Hong Kong. He has over 20 years of experience in providing internal audit and controls, governance and risk, consulting and financial audit services with EY in Malaysia, Hong Kong and the USA.

He has vast experience in various industries including consumer products, education, gaming and hospitality, media, pharmaceutical, public sector and real estates covering client operations across Hong Kong, Greater China and Asia-Pacific. His assumed key roles are to lead and advise on internal audit and internal control operations, helping these functions advanced in their transformation agendas that is aligned with the business changes including in the areas of technology adoption; talent up-skilling and resourcing strategy; and governance / mandate re-alignment.

David also plays a key role in helping our clients in the region with their internal control compliance initiatives including advising on the design, development and building upon baseline controls; and helping client visualize what good control looks like.

How David is building a better working world

David believes good governance practices not only strengthens an organization’s core values but also, helps advocate a message of trust and confidence to the stakeholder communities. While he helps corporate and public sector clients cultivate and improve good governance culture, David also actively contributes to society through participation in governance related social programs that are aimed at raising governance awareness amongst non-governmental organizations.  

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