PwC promotes five professionals to partner in Singapore

02 July 2020 2 min. read
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Global Big Four firm PwC has added five new partners to its partnership in Singapore.

The quintet work across four different divisions of the accounting and consulting firm, and notably, as part of a focused diversity push, four of the five new partners are female.

Lim Yeh Yun is part of PwC’s Deals Advisory practice. She specialises in financial due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, with a focus on the retail and consumer, healthcare and education industries.

Belinda Neo is part of PwC’s Governance, Risk and Controls practice. She specialises in financial reporting, audit, and internal controls and governance, serving the Singapore and Myanmar market. Yeh Yun Lim, Belinda Neo, Vincent Teo, Kexin Lim and Lynn TayVincent Teo joins the partnership of the Insurance Assurance service line. He specialises in financial reporting, audit, capital management, due diligence and governance services to clients in the insurance sector. 

Lim Kexin is a partner in the Corporate Tax team. She specialises in corporate tax advisory and is part of the entrepreneurial and private business practice – providing integrated business solutions to entrepreneurs, business families and investors – with a particular focus on the Singapore-Indonesia corridor.

Also appointed a partner in the Corporate Tax team is Lynn Tay. Specialises in transfer pricing with a focus on clients in the financial services industry, including banks, insurance companies, payment service providers, pension funds and fintech companies.

“I am proud that Lim, Belinda, Lim, Lynn and Vincent are joining our partnership. They will strengthen our ability to help companies recover, rethink, and reconfigure for the new normal,” said Yeoh Oon Jin, Executive Chairman of PwC Singapore.

In Singapore, PwC has more than 3,500 professionals led by a 110-strong partner team. The firm's headquarter is at Marina One.