Mr Mok Chew Yin

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Company Secretary
Mr Mok Chew Yin
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS / EDUCATION 

Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) 

Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) 

Corporate Finance Qualification granted by ICAEW 

Member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) 

Member of the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)

Mok was a partner in KPMG before joining BDO. He is now involved in various insolvency administrations such as receiverships, liquidations, restructuring and monitoring accountants. He was a Council member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Malaysia and was a member of the Insolvency Practice Committee of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. His engagements included sale of major assets, legal actions and management of operating companies.

He was also involved in GST and his engagements covered various industries including power, water, construction, property development, IT services, shipping, food & beverage and trading. He has also undertaken numerous valuations, financial due diligence and other corporate finance assignments locally and overseas including ports, power, water, roads, motor, construction, manufacturing, retail and property. He has also been involved in governance advisory, forensic and expert witness engagements.

Mok also has over nine years of commercial experience. Previously, he was a Senior General Manager (Corporate Finance) in a large diversified group listed on Bursa Malaysia. His responsibilities included acquisitions & disposals, evaluating business proposals and joint ventures and various corporate finance assignments.

He was also a member of the senior management team overseeing the diversified operations of the Group which included manufacturing, property development and investment, healthcare, engineering and construction, financial services, leisure and hotels, infrastructure and utilities.

He also has seven years audit experience with a UK accounting firm and another five years insolvency experience with KPMG in Melbourne, Australia.