Press release

9 Dec 2021 Kuala Lumpur, MY

EY appoints Farah Rosley as Malaysia Tax Leader

EY announces the appointment of Farah Rosley as its Malaysia Tax Leader, effective 1 January 2022.

Related topics Tax

EY announces the appointment of Farah Rosley as its Malaysia Tax Leader, effective 1 January 2022. In this role, Farah will lead a team of more than 550 tax professionals in Malaysia who provide tax services to a broad range of clients across all principal industry sectors and market segments in Malaysia.

Farah has more than 20 years of professional experience in the field of taxation, particularly in managing corporate tax engagements and working with large multinational, public companies across a variety of sectors including services, telecommunications, property development, construction and manufacturing. She has also advised on special government initiatives and studies on tax matters as well as lent insights into government policies for specific sectors. 

Farah is the current President of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTIM) and plays an active and facilitative role in working with key government stakeholders and the private sector on leading-edge tax decisions and improvements for the nation.

A regular speaker in local and regional tax conferences and seminars, Farah is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and licensed Tax Agent with the Ministry of Finance, Malaysia.

Farah is a firm believer in supporting the next generation of tax professionals and initiated the EY Young Tax Professional of the Year (YTPY) program in Malaysia in 2013 to create awareness of the tax profession and encourage the young to consider a career in tax.

Dato’ Abdul Rauf Rashid, Malaysia Managing Partner, EY, says, “Farah’s appointment demonstrates our focus on diversity and commitment to inclusive leadership. Like other Malaysian women EY leaders, including Yeo Eng Ping, who is the EY Asia-Pacific Tax Leader, Farah brings with her a unique perspective and has a strong track record in supporting diversity and inclusiveness.”

Farah succeeds Amarjeet Singh, who will continue to focus on his role as the EY Asean Tax Leader. 

Amarjeet says, “Farah’s deep experience in working with clients, combined with her role in engaging stakeholders on tax policy matters, will be instrumental in helping clients navigate today’s disruptive landscape and transform their tax function to be future-ready.“

Farah says, “This is an exciting opportunity for me and I look forward to build on the strong position of our Tax services and lead this dynamic business to the next level of growth. In this transformative age, tax functions have a strategic role as businesses seek bold and creative business models that will drive efficiency and sustainable growth. Businesses need to understand the impact of international and local developments and technology transformation on their business operations, supply chains and capital structures. Our EY Tax professionals in Malaysia and across the global EY network are well-positioned to help our clients redefine their tax functions and formulate their tax strategy and plans to achieve long-term business success.”

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