He is a member of the Board of Directors and Audit Committee of Global Institute of Internal Auditors (“IIA”). Ranjit is a member of The IIA’s International Internal Audit Standards Board. He is also a Board member and Past President of the IIA Malaysia. He was appointed as the President of Asian Confederation of Institute of Internal Auditors (ACIIA) for the 2016/2017 term. Ranjit has led and completed ERM, internal audit and forensic accounting projects at more than 150 companies (PLCs, GLCs & MNCs) covering various industries.
Derek Lee Siew Weng
Derek has led and successfully completed many internal audit and risk management assignments in Malaysia, China, Singapore, Taiwan, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and etc for large private and public listed companies. Derek is also certified by the Institute of Internal Auditors Inc (USA) as a Quality Assessor of Internal Audit Functions. He has been involved in training Board and senior level management team on risk management, internal controls and corporate governance subjects. Packed with various experience in both local and international organisations, Derek has developed capabilities in strategic planning and management, financial and management accounting, risk management, internal control assessment, operational reviews and business processes improvement.
Kenny Harris Wong
Kenny’s background includes more than 25 years of IT management, project management, and systems development experience, both in Malaysia and England with vendors and end-users environment. He has also led several engagements in IT Disaster Recovery and IT Audits for local and international organisations. He is professionally trained in DRI International’s BCM Methodology.
In respect of the internal audit engagements, Dennis is involved in performing risk assessments, developing internal audit plans and work programmes for financial and operational areas, reviewing the audit work papers and performance of audit staff, finalising audit reports and presenting the audit reports to the Audit Committee. He has considerable experience in Corporate Governance advisory which includes benchmarking an organisation’s (public listed and private entities) existing governance practices against applicable globally recognised best practices to identify gaps in an organisation’s governance practices and co-develop with Senior Management and the Audit Committee practical solutions to bridge the gaps identified.
Sylvia Anita Rockey
In the areas of Human Capital Training and Development, she lead and managed a team of highly motivated representatives instilling teamwork through continuous monitoring and development She performed relevant service cycle gaps identification to establish the relevant training program to up skill staff. She worked closely with training providers in training programs customisation in cultivating technical and soft skills to achieve business goals.
Noradlan Abdul Latif
Noradlan conducted and advised clients in many corporate governance, risk management, compliance and internal audit engagements. This include developing corporate governance framework, assisted clients in establishing their risk management functions, developing their risk management policies and procedures manual and instituted risk management throughout the clients’ organisation. In the governance area, he reviewed governance model of clients covering their board structure, composition and responsibilities, qualifications of board members, performance appraisal, remuneration committee structure, establishment of strategic direction and measuring organisational success.