Chin Chee Choon and Wong Zi En join partnership of Mazars

22 March 2022 2 min. read
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Global accounting and advisory firm Mazars has appointed two new partners in Singapore.

Both Chin Chee Choon and Wong Zi En have joined the partnership of the Audit division. While Zi En has been promoted internally at the this month, Chee Choon joined externally from Nexia where he already was a partner.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Chin and Wong to the firm. They bring a wealth of client and leadership experience and we look forward to their achievements and contributions at Mazars,” said Rick Chan, Managing Partner and Head of Audit & Assurance APAC at Mazars

Chin Chee Choon and Wong Zi En join partnership of Mazars

Chin Chee Choon brings with him over 20 years of professional experience. He started his career at Deloitte in Malaysia and Singapore, before crossing to CSC (now DXT technology) and later on spending two years with PwC in its Risk Advisory Services business. The past fifteen years Chee Choon worked at mid-tier professional services firm Nexia, latterly as a partner and in the role of Head of Advisory. 

His external audit experience comprises audits of listed and private companies operating in a range of industries, such as oil and gas (exploration and production), property development and construction, shipping and marine, manufacturing and chemical industry. He also was involved in a number of IPO projects.

Chee Choon’s advisory track record includes special reviews such as fraud investigation, pre-IPO internal control review, performance improvement and review of internal controls.

Wong Zi En has been with Mazars in Singapore since 2015, climbing the ranks to now become a partner. He brings 13 years of professional experience in audit and assurance to the partnership, and has consulted on engagements in a wide range of countries across the region, including Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, India and Vietnam. 

Zi En has managed audit engagements across public interest entities and privately owned businesses, and has led two Initial Public Offerings (IPO)s that were successfully listed on the Hong Kong Exchange in addition to a Reverse Takeover (RTO) listing on the Singapore Exchange. More recently, he also specialises on fintech offerings. 

In Singapore, Mazars has than 310 professionals. Across Asia-Pacific the firm has around 6,000 staff.