Dennis is a partner in the firm’s Risk Advisory division with years of audit, internal audit and risk management experience. He has been actively involved in providing internal audit and enterprise risk management services to Singapore listed companies, fund management companies, family-managed businesses and statutory boards across a wide array of industries covering healthcare, manufacturing, hospitality, transportation, engineering and construction, property development and REITs.
Dennis has worked closely with Boards, and Audit and Risk Committees, as well as Senior Management in the planning and delivery of internal audit, control self assessment and enterprise-wide risk management deliverables. He has assisted numerous listed companies in complying with the enhanced SGX Listing Rules and to address risk governance requirements specified in the Code of Corporate Governance. In addition, Dennis has facilitated Board and Management discussions on risk strategies that have paved the way for development of risk management frameworks and the implementation of risk management programmes.
Through the firm’s Financial Services vertical, Dennis has also assisted fund managers in complying with specific sections of the Securities and Futures Act. In particular, he has helped fund managers and their risk management teams in developing and conducting internal audits, implementing frameworks to manage and address fund management-related operational, market and financial risks.
Dennis has also actively led numerous projects to evaluate risk and provide strategic advisory for real estate and construction businesses, helping them to achieve growth and implement expansion plans successfully.
An active speaker on the public circuit, Dennis has presented and been involved as a panellist in numerous seminars organised by the Singapore Institute of Directors, Securities Investors Association (Singapore) and financial institutions that cover topics such as internal controls and risk governance.
Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics, The University of Queensland, Australia