Country Managing Partner, Singapore and Brunei
Max is the Country Managing Partner for Singapore and Brunei. He leads and manages the Singapore and Brunei business and operations, providing strategic leadership on market and people development.
Max has over 25 years of experience in providing audit and business advisory services to a broad range of clients including technology, food and beverage, construction, manufacturing and trading companies, as well as hotels, financial institutions and government concerns.
Max has been involved as an audit partner with various Singapore Exchange (SGX) listed companies, responsible for their financial statement audits and internal control reviews. He is also experienced in leading assignments where his teams acted as reporting accountants for companies in their listings on the SGX, Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange. These clients include companies from Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Middle East and the People’s Republic of China. He has also taken on the reporting auditor role in reverse takeover exercises.
Max was also involved in an operations review of a reputable hotel to advise on improvements to the performance of the hotel. In addition, he was involved in an audit and operations study of an overseas property.
In addition, Max has assisted Singapore companies in performing due diligence reviews in connection with their acquisition of companies in the People’s Republic of China, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. He is also experienced in strategic planning, reorganization and operations improvement projects for various local companies as part of their globalization and listing efforts.
Max has also handled the finance modules of the privatization of statutory boards, and performed a special internal control review for a listed company, including their financial reporting functions and corporate governance practices.
Max graduated from the National University of Singapore with Honors and is a practicing member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.