Deloitte announces 41 new partners in Southeast Asia
- 2022 sees the largest ever intake of new partners in Deloitte Southeast Asia’s history.
- 34% of new partners are women and the number of women promoted to partners grew by 15% from last year and by 67% from 2020.
- Overall women now make up a third of all partners in Southeast Asia.
MANILA, 8 June 2022 – Deloitte announced 41 new partners in Southeast Asia, including 39 equity partners and two partner equivalents, effective 1 June 2022. This marks the largest ever promotion of partners by Deloitte Southeast Asia.
Among the newly promoted partners, 34% are women and the number of women promoted to partners has increased by 15% from last year and by 67% from 2020 as Deloitte aims to increase the percentage of women partners in Southeast Asia to 37% by 2025. The promoted partners represent the firm’s core sectors across the region comprising 12 in Audit & Assurance, four in Consulting, six in Financial Advisory, four in Risk Advisory, 12 in Tax & Legal, one in Reputation & Risk and two in Clients & Markets.
Philip Yuen, Chief Executive Officer, Deloitte Southeast Asia commented, “I am pleased to welcome these talented individuals to our leadership team, and we celebrate their achievements as well as commitment to the values of our firm. This class of new partners demonstrates our strong commitment to recognising the accomplishments of the most talented individuals in Southeast Asia every year, despite the Covid-19 pandemic; and our ambitious goals to foster an inclusive culture to ensure all of our people are treated fairly and have equal access to opportunities to reach the top of the profession. More importantly, it underscores our priority to developing the next generation of leaders, as we prepare to emerge stronger from this global crisis.”
Together, these new partners specialise across a range of our leading practice and industry areas that are critical to the firm’s clients and their strategic needs. The new partners are:
|Audit & Assurance
Arata Ichikawa (Guam)
Clarissa Orille (Philippines)
Jenny Isabel Menes (Philippines)
Juan Ramon Junius Siahaan (Indonesia)
Mark Alphonsus Koh (Singapore)
Nguyen Thi Thanh Huyen (Vietnam)
Pham Tuan Linh (Vietnam)
Phan Ngoc Anh (Vietnam)
Porakoch Jongkolsiri (Thailand)
Sudhanya Sahoo (Malaysia)
Vayuree Jirakittidul (Thailand)
Zhong Guoxiang (Singapore)
|Tax & Legal
Anthony Pratama Chandra (Indonesia)
Budi Prasongko (Indonesia)
Chua Kong Ping (Singapore)
Eugene Chow Jan Liang (Malaysia)
Matthew Lovatt (Singapore)
Ng Gek Teng (Singapore)
Pornpun Niyomthai (Thailand)
Sam Reeves (Singapore)
Sandip Bhandal (Singapore)
Stefanus Brian Audyanto (Indonesia)
Tat Hong Quan (Vietnam)
Yap Hsien Yew (Singapore)
Benchamaporn Piyakulvorawat (Thailand)
Kalyani Vasan (Singapore)
Michelle Tan (Singapore)
Oo Yang Ping (Malaysia)
Pius Chong (Singapore)
Pornpun Wesaratchawet (Thailand)
Cheong Chew Wai (Singapore)
Leonard Jayamohan (Singapore)
Romain Dehaye (Singapore)
Teo Tze Guan (Singapore)
Aldrich Anthonio (Indonesia)
Bramantio Nugraha (Indonesia)
Lim Kim Hwee (Singapore)
Nongnuch Laomaneerattanaporn (Thailand)
|Reputation & Risk
Shawn Chen (Singapore)
|Clients & Markets
Duleesha Kulasooriya (Enabling Area Managing Director, Singapore)
Jeanette Juay (Enabling Area Managing Director, Singapore)
In 2021, Deloitte's global revenue increased 5.5% to US$50.2 billion, while its Asia Pacific geography grew the fastest at 14% and its global alliance and ecosystem business expanded by 24%. Deloitte continues to invest in audit quality, transformation, and innovation, with analysts recognising Deloitte’s leadership across a wide range of services, including cloud, cyber, strategy, and analytics.
Last year, Deloitte in Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam was named to HR Asia’s list of ‘Best Companies to Work for in Asia’. In Singapore, Deloitte was awarded Gold at the Employee Experience Awards 2022 in the “Best Career Development Programme” and “Best Diversity and Inclusion Strategy” categories and ranked one of the 75 most attractive companies to work for in Singapore by the 2021 Randstad Employer Brand Research.
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