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As stakeholders increasingly challenge the current corporate reporting model, nonfinancial information must be managed with the same rigor and assurance as traditional corporate reporting.

Ronald Wong

EY Asean and Singapore Financial Accounting Advisory Services Leader; Partner, Assurance, Ernst & Young LLP

Financial accounting advisory professional with deep accounting and reporting knowledge in SFRS, IFRS and US GAAP. Vast finance and accounting transformation consulting experience.

Ronald is EY Asean and Singapore Financial Accounting Advisory Services Leader and an assurance partner at Ernst & Young LLP in Singapore. He provides organizations, including Singapore companies, US multinationals and US Securities and Exchange Commission foreign private issuers, with technical accounting advice on complex transactions under the Singapore Financial Reporting Standards (SFRS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

He helps businesses to re-engineer and integrate their finance processes and controls, as well as incorporate technological tools to enhance efficiency and reporting insights. His past projects involve finance and accounting process gap assessment and implementation, identifying automation and advanced analytics opportunities, and post-merger integration of accounting standards, processes and policies.

Ronald graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) from the University of Melbourne. He is a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and a Certified Practicing Accountant with CPA Australia.

How Ronald is building a better working world

“The only thing constant is change and this is what most finance organizations are grappling with today. I help companies address this challenge in various situations, ranging from providing technical accounting advice on complex transactions to assessing and implementing change in processes and policies. These include incorporating and implementing useful technologies that enhance efficiencies, as well as post-merger integration and carve-outs during transactions.”

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