PwC'er Mark Chew joins Mazars as a partner in Singapore

04 October 2021 1 min. read
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After serving PwC for eleven years, Mark Chew has crossed over to mid-tier professional services firm Mazars as a partner in its Singapore office.

“PwC was my first job since graduation, and now over a decade [and several promotions] on, the time has come for a new challenge,” said Chew. “To say that it was difficult to leave would be an understatement. To all my bosses, colleagues, teams and friends – thank you for making my PwC journey and experience so wonderful.” 

At the Big Four firm, Chew gained extensive experience in audit and assurance. He has worked on the financial audits and internal control audits of banks, commodities trading houses, securities houses, investment management companies and unit trusts. He has vast knowledge and experience in banking and capital markets, including an understanding over the relevant Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) regulations and notices.

Mark Chew, Partner, Mazars

He also worked with start-ups, fintech and payment companies, and was recently involved in the digital banking license attestation process of one of the successful applicants of the new digital banks in Singapore. 

Now at Mazars, “I am excited to start a new chapter of my career with the Mazars audit team. I look forward to growing the portfolio of our audit clients, focusing on banking and capital markets, asset management and insurance. I am thrilled to be working alongside my colleagues in strengthening the firm’s growth strategy and delivering demonstrable value to our clients.” 

Commenting on the appointment, Rick Chan, Managing Partner and Head of Audit & Assurance APAC at Mazars said: “We are delighted to have Mark onboard and look forward to his achievements. His industry expertise will be invaluable as we continue to deliver the critical support that our clients need in a changing market.” 

The appointment comes shortly after Mazars also welcomed Cheryl Koh and Zhang Liang to its partnership in Singapore.