CEO Succession at Deloitte

Philip Yuen (left) succeeds Chaly Mah (right)

Accounting and consulting firm Deloitte has announced a change of leadership at the firms Singapore based Southeast Asia business.

Philip Yuen, currently Deloitte Singapore CEO, will succeed Chaly Mah in heading the Southeast Asia business. Yuen will assume his new role on 1 June 2016.

Chaly Ma, who has been with the firm for over 38 years,will retire from Deloitte Southeast Asia at the end of Deloitte’s fiscal year on 31 May 2016.

Better Serving ASEAN countries

The Deloitte Southeast Asia firm was formed when the partners saw the significant advantage of working together as one firm across Southeast Asia, and came together across eight countries (Singapore, Brunei, Guam, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam) in 2007.

The firm has since expanded and established practices in Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, to better serve its ASEAN clients operating within the ASEAN Economic Community.

«Philip’s experience as Deloitte Singapore CEO, the largest and most complex country practice in our Southeast Asia network – combined with his over 30-year career with Deloitte – makes him the right leader for Deloitte in the region. I am confident Philip will lead the firm to even greater success,» said Mah.

Deloitte Southeast Asia comprises 270 partners and over 7,300 professionals in 25 office locations.

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