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44th Annual General Meeting

IIA Singapore 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held virtually on Thursday, 24 September 2020 at 6.30pm. In light of the Singapore government’s safe-distancing measures to reduce the risk of community spread of Covid-19, over 50 members attended the AGM by observing and listening to the proceedings of the meeting by electronic means.

During the AGM, IIA Singapore President Koh Chin Beng provided an update of the Institute’s performance and the initiatives that were put in place to support members to stay relevant during the Covid-19 crisis. He also outlined key areas that the Institute would be focusing in FY20/21 namely, grow membership base, engage young internal auditors and foster a career in internal audit.

The AGM also saw the re-election of five current members to the IIA Singapore Board of Governors. They are Vincent Cheang, Director of Internal Audit, GIC; Goh Chin Yee, Executive Vice President & Head Group Audit, OCBC Bank; Debbie Goh, Senior Vice President, Group Internal Audit, Fraser & Neave Group; Jonathan Ho, Partner, Governance and Risk Services, KPMG Singapore and Nicodemus Tan, Partner, Governance and Risk, Baker Tilly.

Two new Governors, Koh Wei Chern, Associate Professor, Singapore University of Social Sciences and Norman Kuik, Vice President, Head of Corporate Audit, Singapore Economic Development Board, were also elected.

The 16-member Board of Governors to lead the Institute for FY20/21 is:

President    Koh Chin Beng
Vice President    Goh Chin Yee
Vice President    Tan Suan Ee
Secretary   Debbie Goh
Treasurer   Jonathan Ho
Governor   Raj Bux
Governor   Vincent Cheang
Governor   Stephen Ching
Governor   Koh Wei Chern 
Governor   Norman Kuik 
Governor   Keith Ng
Governor   Jennifer Ong
Governor   Simon Ong
Governor   Nicodemus Tan
Governor   Shalinder Taneja
Immediate Past President   Tan Boon Yen












In his closing address, Mr Koh said “The Covid-19 crisis provides an opportunity for internal auditors to find ways to contribute, learn and grow. IIA Singapore is committed to journeying with you, as your professional development partner, to emerge stronger together. There certainly is much to be done. But with focus, resilience and members’ support, we can make great strides ahead.”