How Ching has extensive experience in the areas of governance, risk and control, specialising in internal audit and risk management. Prior to joining Grant Thornton Malaysia, How Ching had also spent 3 years in the GRC Division of one of the largest consumer products manufacturers in Malaysia.
Lead an investigation into allegations of procurement fraud for an Austrian manufacturer based in Malaysia.
Lead an investigation into a related parties transactions amounting to RM65 million allegedly entered into without the Board’s approval for a local conglomerate listed on the Malaysian stock exchange.
Provide an independent assessment of risks arising from the JV arrangement between a local developer and an Australian developer to jointly develop a parcel of land with an estimated gross development value of RM8 billion.
Review the governance structure and practices of large government-linked and private companies based in Malaysia.
Provide SME support to government-linked companies and agencies in developing risk based internal audit plan.
Review internal controls of large Japanese and US based companies operating in Malaysia in accordance with the regulatory requirements of J-SOX and SOX 404 respectively.
Review internal control over financial reporting and fraud for one of the renowned German automobile companies based in Malaysia. Investigate and review the causes of the production delay at one of the manufacturing facilities of the largest plastic and mold manufacturer in Malaysia.
Areas of expertise
Business Risk Services
- BA Hons in Accounting