Deloitte Malaysia Risk Intelligence Challenge (RIC) 2019

Winning the Fourth Digital Wave

Join the Deloitte Malaysia RIC 2019 and compete against the best of the best!

The RIC is an annual inter-university competition, with the goal of developing the next generation of entrepreneurial and risk-ready individuals. This year, we will explore the Fourth Digital Wave, a revolution in economic, environment and social progress driven by innovation.

The top six teams from the preliminary round will advance to the semi-finals. The champions will go on to represent Malaysia at the regional ASEAN RIC 2019!

All undergraduates from both private and public Malaysia universities are invited to participate – so if you’re ready to ride the digital wave, sign up for the competition with your friends by 31 March 2019!

Contest details

  • The RIC 2019 challenge is open to all undergraduates students within Malaysia.
  • Each team must consist of 4 members.
  • Team members can be from different faculties, but must be from the same university.


Hazrizal Hassan

Hazrizal is a Director in Deloitte with more than 12 years of experience in Risk Advisory services. His area of focus is strategic risk, where he led teams to develop, implement and assess enterprise risk management strategy, corporate governance, business continuity and crisis management.

His other experience includes internal audit, project management, data analytics, process improvement and project quality assurance. Most notably, he served Khazanah for more than 9 years, as well as other clients in the oil and gas industry, engineering-based companies, public transportation, manufacturing, logistics and distribution, and GLCs.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Hazrizal headed the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) division of the national high speed rail project company under the Ministry of Finance Incorporated. He has also served other Big Four firms in Malaysia.

Larry Eden Gomez
Senior Manager

Larry is a Senior Manager in the Deloitte Risk Advisory Delivery Centre, serving internal clients in the APAC region. He is the RADC liaison for RA Thailand and is part of strategic risk. His key area of expertise is in strategy and operations, with a focus on business process improvement, shared services implementation, development of SOPs and business blueprints.

He has successfully assisted clients in implementing finance delivery models, as well as improving finance business processes for clients in the region. Prior to joining Deloitte, he was a senior consultant with another professional services firm, mainly serving the government sector and government link portfolios.

His previous projects include treasury shared services assessment and implementation, nationwide budgeting system implementation and revenue-generation improvements.

Muhammad Fahmi Rosli
Senior Manager

Fahmi is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory team. He has more than 12 years of working experience in Information Systems and business process operational audits – serving mainly consumer and industrial products, government bodies, energy, utilities, multimedia and financial services.

His key area of expertise includes project management, control assurance review, application review and also external audit review. With his vast experience, he has successfully assisted clients to improve their procurement controls process, sales revenue controls process, IT environment, inventory management and SAP controls.

During his time in Deloitte, Fahmi has also been exposed to information controls, technology risk and governance and risk management technologies. He has also worked with Deloitte Netherlands and Deloitte Global on various advisory projects with a global oil and gas conglomerate.


Michelle Tan
Senior Manager

Michelle is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory team with more than 8 years of professional and commercial experience in internal and external audit, business advisory, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance review, enterprise risk management review, business operations and internal controls review. She has engaged in external and internal audit for various industries locally and abroad, which include multinationals and local conglomerates.

She has also worked in various business sectors and industries including oil and gas, project construction, government and public sectors, manufacturing and trading. She also has experience in various enterprise risk management reviews which include updating risk profiles, assessing current state analysis of a company’s risk management practice and appetite, improving the enterprise risk management framework and conducting a risk awareness workshop to its board and management.

Elaine Tan

Elaine is a Manager in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory team. She has more than 10 years of working experience in risk consulting, serving mainly internal audit, operational audit, compliance reviews,  scrutineering, monitoring accountant, investigation and enterprise risk management.

She has previously conducted downstream and trading audits for an oil and gas company by playing a supporting role in the audits led by Shell staff, and participated in Commercial Compliance Review (CCR) for downstream contracts. Elaine is also a key member in conducting interviews, and to update and enhance the established risk register for a listed company.

She is experienced in compliance-related engagements such as leading quality reviews, as well as being a key member in assisting top management in implementing and coordinating the annual control self assessment exercise. She also championed the implementation of GST and was appointed PDPA officer.

Charlotte Goh

Charlotte is a Manager in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory team with more than 6 years of working experience in providing risk consulting services to clients from various industries. She has performed and worked collectively in several enterprise risk management, business continuity management and internal control-related engagements.

She has performed internal control reviews for various auditable areas, among which are human resource, financial reporting, revenue and receivables, procurement and payables. Charlotte has also conducted business continuity management audits for a local financial service institute with focus on reviewing the adequacy of the established business continuity plan, disaster recovery plan and crisis management framework.

She also has experience developing risk registers and risk profile reports for manufacturing companies, via the facilitation of risk control and self-assessment with key stakeholders.


Megat Mohammad Faisal

Megat is an Executive Director in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory team and is an Engagement Partner for projects involving board effectiveness evaluations, business continuity implementations and quality reviews of internal audit functions for government-owned real estate investment companies.

His past experiences include being the Project Director for financial integrity assessments, security assessments, post-implementation reviews of key systems and payroll audits for a Malaysian regional telco.

He has also been involved with post-implementation reviews for warehousing and RFID systems, as well as commodity procurement reviews for a national power company; implementation of operational risk management solutions in a statutory body; an infrastructure hardening and corporate security enhancement project for a statutory body and ERP controls review for National Water Asset Company.

Shahariz Aziz

Shahariz is a Partner in Deloitte Malaysia, with over 18 years of experience in delivering innovative large-scale business and technology transformation projects, primarily in banking, insurance and capital market sectors.

He has been involved in projects in various parts of Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and specialises in project management, business process re-engineering and solutions implementation in large-scale business transformation programmes. Shahariz has been at the forefront of many ‘turn-key’ projects for prominent clients.

He has also been involved in multiple events which include Fintech, such as Redefining Industries (2018) by the Leadership & Economic Forum, Operational Excellence and FI Transformation (2018) by ASLI, Millennial Technology Consumption and Digital Trends (2017) by Bursa and Fintech Trends in ASEAN (2016) by AIBIM and NextBank.

Kenneth Khoo

Kenneth is a Director in Deloitte SEA’s Risk Advisory team with over 20 years of experience in consulting and transformation programmes, of which 10 years have been in the life sciences industry. He leads the PMO and IT quality services for  life sciences and health care clients in SEA.

Kenneth has a strong track record supporting clients in project management, including the delivery of complex technology-led business transformation programmes globally and regionally.

His projects revolve around managing, consulting, planning, designing, testing, implementing, training and supporting large-scale SAP national and regional roll-outs in Malaysia, across the Asia Pacific region and in Japan. He has also worked on projects in the Middle East and more recently, on a global project in Switzerland.

Geetha Kanny
Head of Commercial for IIAM

Geetha Kanny is currently the Head of Commercial for The Institute of Internal Auditors Malaysia (IIAM). She has more than 24 years of work experience that cuts across financial services, legal solutions, HR consulting and professional education consulting. She was a Regional Manager with CPA Australia prior to joining IIAM and has both local and regional experience, having managed teams and stakeholders from various countries and cultural backgrounds.

Geetha has a strong business development and management background and has been in a management role for more than 12 years. She is very passionate about coaching and mentoring students and believes that her experience in various functions and roles will aspire the students to become future leaders.