Welcome to EY Thailand
EY Thailand, was established in 1959 under the name Turquand Youngs & Co. – the first international accounting firm in the country. With more than 2,000 people in Thailand, we draw upon local and global knowledge resources to help you retain the confidence of investors, manage your risks, strengthen your controls, and achieve your potential.
We audit over 2,500 companies in Thailand of which nearly 250 companies are listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), representing about one third of all listed companies. We also provide professional services to many of the largest local and international companies.
Locally, we are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.
Globally, we are also united by our shared values, which inspire our people worldwide and guide them to do the right thing, and our commitment to quality, which is embedded in who we are and everything we do.
We also invite you to learn more about the EY difference: high-performing teams delivering exceptional client service.
ASEAN promises to retain a strong attraction for both financial investors and corporates looking for growth in 2019.
Our Government & Public Sector practice aims to be the preferred partner in driving transformational change for governments around the world.
EY FinTech Hub is a one-stop platform for corporate entities and startups to discover EY solutions and services based on targeted business verticals.
A roundup of private equity deals and capital activities in the quarter as well as trends that are shaping investment decisions today
With rapid policy changes and increasing tax controversies, can organisations keep pace?
Apply for the 2019 program to scale and grow your business globally.
Read insights from EY’s financial services network on topics such as cryptocurrency, robotics, digital, cybersecurity and operational effectiveness.
Amol Gupte, Head of ASEAN and CEO of Citi Singapore on the impact and implications of the Belt Road Initiative (BRI) on business and governments in ASEAN.
The Singapore FinTech Festival 2018 and Investor Summit bring together the best in innovations, giving investors an opportunity to be connected to talented ASEAN start-ups.
Key discussion takeaways include finding synergies between legacy financial institutions and disruptive FinTech players, and tapping on technology to streamline services and drive down cost.
A roundup of private equity deals and capital activities in the quarter as well as trends that are shaping investment decisions today.
One of the key challenges for ASEAN FinTech ecosystems has been the absence of a clear understanding of the constituents and their respective needs.
Explore how governments and corporates can further accelerate the advancement of women.
Planning to expand in manufacturing or developing a HQ or trading hub in ASEAN? Know the incentives here.
Continuous transformation of the Asean SMEs is essential to ensure a vibrant, successful sector that can drive regional growth, innovation, economic and social progression.
The EY ASEAN FinTech Starter Kit is a comprehensive all-in-one guide designed to bring value and bridge the gap between start-ups, regulatory bodies and financial services players.
EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs program helps fast-growth startups get to the next level through guidance, networking and insight sharing with each other and large corporations.
Part 1: Manufacturing investment and expansion in Asean (Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam)
Part 2: Developing an Asean HQ or principal hub (Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand)
Deal Day brings together the best of the best of ASEAN innovations, giving investors an opportunity to be part of the FinTech ecosystem.
How can companies catalyze growth through incentives in Asia-Pacific?
Economic dynamism and significant infrastructure investments are positioning ASEAN to be the sustainable growth nucleus in Asia.