Albert Ng
A positive mindset, a humble but confident attitude and a thankful heart are vital keys to success.

Albert Ng

Président, EY, Chine, associé directeur, EY, Chine élargie et membre, comité des marchés émergents mondiaux, EY

Pioneer in China investment advisory. In-depth knowledge of China’s Belt and Road initiative and state-owned enterprise reform. Global Accountancy Power 50 in 2013/14.

Albert oversees all service functions in the Greater China Region in 27 locations and over 18,000 people. With over three decades of accounting and advisory experience, he has maintained strong relationships with government and regulatory agencies in China.

He holds various advisory roles in government and professional bodies, including Advisor on Accounting Matters to the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China; Advisor to the International Business Leader‘s Advisory Council for the Mayor of Shanghai; member of the Shenzhen Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference; and President of the Hong Kong China Chamber of Commerce.

In 1998, the Shanghai municipal government honored Albert with the “Magnolia Gold Award.” He was ranked among Global Accountancy Power 50 by International Accounting Bulletin in 2013 and 2014.

Albert holds an MBA and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

How Albert is building a better working world

In the early 1990s, the Chinese government began to encourage state-owned enterprises to become joint-stock companies and to list on the domestic and international stock markets in an effort to accelerate the country’s economic development. Albert was instrumental in this transformation through the professional service and advice he provided to many of these companies. 

Albert contributes his experience to his community’s advancement through various roles, including Chairman of the Supervisory Committee of Shanghai Senior Citizens Foundation set up by the Shanghai municipal government, board member of Shanghai University, and Advisory Board member for the School of Accountancy of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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