The consulting division of professional services firm PwC has made eleven director promotions across its Southeast Asia offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Jackson has been promoted to director in Hanoi, after four years with the firm in Vietnam. Previously, he was an Associate Director with PwC New Zealand in Wellington, before which he spent time with the local branch of Deloitte.
Devaiah has been with PwC in Singapore for the past five years, following an earlier stint with the firm to 2011. She has also worked at Oracle as a principal consultant, and specialises in advising clients on cloud and cybersecurity matters.
Shann Wei Chiang
A director in digital transformation, Shann Wei Chiang joined PwC in Singapore in late 2019 from a technology consulting associate director role at Ernst & Young. Earlier, he was a tech consulting manager at Accenture and SAP consultant at IBM.
A specialist in various areas of HR consulting, Lee has been made a director in Vietnam, having transferred to the country in 2017 following three and a half years with PwC’s Malaysia practice consulting across the region.
After nine years with the firm in Singapore, Soon has been elevated to director level in PwC’s Southeast Asian forensic services practice. Prior to 2015 she served as an audit manager, and previously spent time as an auditor at EY.
Findlay is an operations and programme management specialist based out of PwC’s Singapore office since 2019, with previous experience in the UK, US, Eastern Europe and across Asia. He first joined PwC as a management consultant in the UK in 2008.
Also based out of Singapore, Soysa becomes a director of Customer Experience & Digital Strategy, primarily advising clients within the financial services industry. He joined PwC in New York in 2012, and previously spent over half a dozen years with Accenture.
Lita Kumala Dewi
Dewi joined PwC in Jakarta in 2018 following a one-year stint at Indonesian unicorn Gojek, where she served as vice president in its people & culture division. At PwC, she attends to clients on organisational design and transformation among other areas.
Parsram becomes a director in PwC Southeast Asia Consulting’s financial services division, having first joined the firm in 2014. She holds an MBA from the University of London, and previously worked at Cedar Management Consulting in Mumbai.
Moey has been made a director with PwC’s strategy consulting wing Strategy& in Malaysia. He first joined Strategy& predecessor Booz & Company in 2012, and has amassed almost two decades of experience in management and IT consulting during his career.
An IT industry veteran of thirty years, Tossamartvorakul has been promoted to director at PwC in Thailand. She has been with the firm since mid-2015, before which she spent two decades between Prudential Assurance and Thai ICT conglomerate True Corporation.