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Nexia TS Supporting You Through Covid-19 Webinar Series : Weathering Business as Survival

Date:    22 April 2020, Wednesday
Time:    2:30pm - 3:30pm
Venue:
 Webinar




Since the start of Coronavirus disease outbreak that has taken the world by surprise, businesses fumbled to respond to the progressive workplace measures that are required to be in place while ensuring business continuity. To this end, many business owners have either made it to this stage where advanced business continuity measures are implemented or otherwise jump-started without proper aid. Whatever situation may be, the question lies beneath the efficiency during and immediately thereafter the pandemic outbreak?

Is it business-as-usual (BAU) or business-as-survival (BAS)?

The crippling of physical engagement with your stakeholders means that business have to be performed in a new norm via virtual meet to continue the working relationship with your clients, business partners, supplier or even your staff. At the minimum, a business should have the basic corporate governance in place or at the very least to set up an enterprise risk management team to tackle potential impacts and mitigate the negative effects of disruptions with a resilient framework.

As a key decision maker, what are the your considerations to safeguard the interests of your stakeholders, reputation and value-creating activities. As a team member, what can be done more to protect employees’ obligation as businesses take a big hit from the outbreak.

Join us at our first webinar series, Supporting You through Covid-19, as we share our thoughts on the key functions in a business that are essential to keep the heart pumping – albeit at reduced capacity. Taking the pandemic as your sketchbook, where are the critical risks in any crisis can be identified and concentrate in these areas of risk; people, process, systems, supply chains and more.

Group CEO of Nexia TS, Henry Tan and Transformation Director, Lee Tze Shiong will share more at the webinar.

Fee
Free Admission for Clients/ Business Associates; $80 per pax for Public

CPE Hours
1 hour

Contact Information
Marcomms Department
marcomms@nexiats.com.sg

Time
Topic
2:30pm
Introduction
2:35pm
Keynote and Presentation on Current Business Situation
Henry Tan, Group CEO & Chief Innovation Officer
3:00pm
Strategies and Considerations to Weather the Storm
Lee Tze Shiong, Transformation Director
3:20pm
Q&A
3:30pm
End of Webinar

Speaker Profiles


Henry Tan
Group CEO & Chief Innovation Officer
Nexia TS

Henry Tan, Group CEO & Chief Innovation Officer of Nexia TS, has been serving as advisor to clients in Singapore and the region. As Group CEO, he manages the firm and grows its footprint to a major player in the market.

Henry assisted companies especially entrepreneurs since 1993 to grow their business in Asia through IPO, M&A, Accounting & other advisory. He has many years of experience in China market. Henry also sits on the board of a number of listed companies.


Lee Tze Shiong
Transformation Director
Nexia TS

Tze Shiong has a total of more than 25 years of audit experience, most of which were with the large international audit firms. Prior to joining Nexia TS, he was the Divisional Director of the Public Accountancy Division of the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA).

In ACRA, he was the Assistant Registrar for the Public Accountants overseeing the Practice Monitoring and Professional Oversight Departments.

Prior to joining ACRA, Tze Shiong spearheaded the Small and Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) audit group in one of the Big 4 accounting firms in Singapore. He also assumed the business development role for the SME audit group as well as the firm’s Audit Innovation Program.

Tze Shiong was involved in the audit of listed and multi-national groups, initial public offerings and other audit advisory engagements. He worked in different oversea offices of the Big 4 accounting firms, which included Australia, China, Hong Kong and South East Asia.