We have a growing number of members across Asia.
There are thriving local communities across major cities in Asia such as Hong Kong and Singapore. ICAS members meet up regularly to keep in touch and to host networking events. Why not meet up with fellow members and help to further enhance a leading professional community?
If you are in Asia, why not get in touch with one of the community chairs? They are a point of contact for member enquiries and help to support the ICAS brand overseas.
Kenneth graduated in law from Edinburgh University and then qualified as a CA. He is also a CPA (Hong Kong), partner of international accounting/business advisory firm Mazars, and for 2012-2016, Vice Chairman of Mazars Group Governance Council.
He has served on several committees of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) including Accounting Standards, Practice Review and Ethics.
Kenneth is currently a member of the HKICPA Audit Profession Reform Working Group, and an adviser to the Hong Kong Financial Reporting Council. He also serves in several not-for-profits organisations.
Graham Stirling (Singapore Chair)
Graham trained with Grant Thornton in their Glasgow office and qualified as a CA in 2013. He left Scotland to undertake a secondment with their Singapore member firm, Foo Kon Tan Grant Thornton, before playing a major role in setting up the new Singapore member firm, Grant Thornton Singapore, in 2015.
As a highly regarded manager in Grant Thornton’s global audit fraternity, Graham has maintained his position as a high performer and is really making a name for himself across the 138 member firms. Graham plays an active role in the firm’s mentoring scheme and has designed and led the firm’s graduate recruitment scheme which has resulted in a high number of quality applications and subsequent hires from each of the major universities in Singapore.
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