EY appoints Liew Nam Soon as new S'pore country manager
Current country manager Max Loh will retire on 30 June.
Ernst & Young (EY) announced the appointment of Liew Nam Soon as a new country managing partner for Singapore and Brunei effective 1 July.
Liew is currently the ASEAN regional managing partner, responsible for business performance and client service across assurance, consulting, tax, strategy, and transactions in 14 geographic markets. He also provided strategic leadership on operations and market and people development across the region. He is also a member of the EY Asia-Pacific Operating Executive and the EY Global Practice Group.
"Developing our talent and leading-edge capabilities, upholding quality and trust in the profession, and driving a laser-sharp focus on clients are some of my priorities. [Post-pandemic], businesses will continue to face many more complex and inter-connected challenges, including sustainability, diversity, transformation and resilience. I am excited to be leading our teams to help clients overcome these challenges and achieve long-term value," Liew said.
Current country manager for Singapore and Brunei Max Loh added, "Nam Soon is a distinctive candidate for the role, given his strong commercial acumen, extensive industry experience and solid client relationships in the market. His deep consulting experience positions him well to connect complex business issues with the breadth of professional services that EY offers, to bring differentiated perspectives and value to clients. As a colleague and leader in EY, he is not only committed to delivering exceptional client service, but also enabling his teams to grow to their fullest potential."