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PwC: New member firm in Myanmar
January 1, 2013
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
PwC Myanmar’s new office in Yangon was opened by PwC Singapore Executive Chairman Designate Mr Yeoh Oon Jin recently.
PwC Myanmar will provide assurance, tax, and advisory services to support large local businesses seeking growth and foreign corporations’ investments into Myanmar. Its initial focus will however be on market entry, mergers and acquisitions, infrastructure and transformation of local businesses.
PwC Myanmar Managing Director for Assurance and Advisory Services Mr Ong Chao Choon said, “PwC Myanmar is starting with a small local team, led by Ms Jasmine Thazin Aung and Ms Jessica Ei Ei San, both of whom are returning Myanmar citizens who have worked in PwC Singapore. PwC Singapore will provide technical support to PwC Myanmar in the initial years, and we will also tap into the expertise across PwC’s global network. Through knowledge transfers and structured training, we expect our local capabilities to grow rapidly in tandem with the growth of the economy.”
In conjunction with the opening, a PwC charity donation drive was held in Singapore in aid of two orphanage centres near Yangon. Both orphanages house approximately 650 orphans, with the children ranging in age from two to 18 years old. PwC staff donated 68 boxes of cold weather clothing, children’s clothes, blankets, shoes, stationery, and toys to the orphanage.
PwC Myanmar Managing Director for Tax Services Mr Chris Woo said, “Our people are committed to supporting Myanmar’s development, and not just in terms of business. Wherever PwC firms operate in the world, we believe in supporting and giving back to the community in which we live and work. I am proud of our people’s warmth and generosity in giving much-needed warm clothing and other daily necessities for the needy. We aim to help out more in future, be it through similar donation drives or volunteer trips.”