Dr. Yeah Kim Leng
The Professor of Economics and Director of Economic Studies Program at Jeffrey Cheah Institute on Southeast Asia (JCI) at Sunway University. He had worked at the country's first credit rating agency for 20 years principally as the chief economist. He is currently a Vice-President of the Malaysian Economic Association (MEA) and one of the two external members appointed to Bank Negara Malaysia's Monetary Policy Committee.
Evy Wong holds a degree in mass communication and has developed an expertise in enterprise risk reporting and communication. She was a key member of one of the largest risk consulting engagements involving a mega infrastructure. She led the development of risk communication policies for client’s board and management. Evy was also part of the policy team that developed guidelines on risk-based approach to regulatory development for two government agencies. She has been an enterprise risk management practitioner since 2014 and has led consulting projects for several listed companies including sustainability risk reporting. Evy plays a key role in the founding and administration of SCRP.
The General Manager of Financial Services Division at Malaysia Rail Link Sdn Bhd. Prior to her current position, she was the Chief Risk Officer, then GM of Finance for Jambatan Kedua Sdn. Bhd. She played a part in helping the government raise RM5 billion funds, involving foreign banks in complex financial structures and successfully converted them into local bonds for significant cost savings.
Tan Eng Hoo
The founder and Vice President of Malaysia TRIZ Innovation Association (MyTRIZ). He also leads the Talent Development Division for Multimedia Development Corporation, an initiative to enhance university innovation curriculum through industry-academia collaboration. Prior to his current position, he served at Intel Corporation for more than 20 years covering areas from supply chain, business management & marketing to product research & development. He has proven records in leading multi-disciplined, cross functional and cross geographical teams.
Brian is a Chartered Accountant and has over 19 years of professional experience in assurance related services, specializing in assurance, governance and business risk related services. His professional areas of expertise include risk management advisory & internal audits – heading risk management framework design and assessment engagements. Brian has served as Director and Audit Committee Chairman for several public companies. Brian was elected as a Council Member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants in 2015. Brian has also been involved in litigation support in Malaysia for audit and accounting based issues.
Ian Lim Teck Soon
The Principal Officer of both Archipelago Insurance Limited and Archipelago Life Insurance Limited. Ian has over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry in respect of underwriting and broking capacity. He has arranged reinsurances of Petronas’ onshore and offshore programmes. He facilitates principal controlled programmes for offshore insurance operational risks and project risks for Project Principals / Turnkey B.O.T. Contractors / E.P.C. Contractors / Combined Project and Concessionaires.
Mokhzani has spent 10 years with Malaysia Productivity Malaysia (MPC), under the training, consultancy, certification and accreditation unit. He is currently involved in the regulatory reform initiative specializing in implementing risk-based approach to non-tariff trade measures. Prior to this he was leading projects to reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens in the government sector with the objective of easing the process of doing business in Malaysia. Mokhzani is proficient in the Malaysian regulatory development process.
Winston Peng has completed more than 500 consulting projects, served more than 50 PLCs over the past 25 years including Warner-Lambert and Pfizer in Hong Kong, China, Japan and Singapore. He has functioned as Risk Manager for more than a dozen organizations concurrently. He is an advocate of ERM as a cognitive, organisational steering system. In 2009, Winston architected an ERM system based on artificial intelligence concepts and was the largest ERM implementation project outside financial institutions in Malaysia.