• Mr Chaly Mah Chee Kheong

    Mr Chaly Mah had served in Deloitte for over 38 years. Prior to his retirement on 31 May 2016, he was CEO of Deloitte Asia Pacific and Chairman of Deloitte Singapore, and Vice Chairman of Deloitte Global Board of Directors. He has extensive experience serving both multinat​ional and local companies across a wide spectrum of industries, specialising in financial services, telecommunications and technology, real estate, private equity and manufacturing.

    Mr Mah is currently Chairman of Netlink NBN Management Pte Ltd, the Singapore Accountancy Commission and National University of Singapore Business School Accounting Advisory Board. He is also board member of Capitaland Limited, Singapore Economic Development Board, Monetary Authority of Singapore and the National University of Singapore Board of Trustee.


    • Mr Keith Tan

      Mr Keith Tan assumed the appointment of Chief Executive of the Singapore Tourism Board on 29 October 2018.​

      From 2014 to 2018, he served as the Deputy Secretary (Policy) in the Ministry of Defence, where he strengthened Singapore's international defence partnerships, led MINDEF's longer-term strategic planning and guided MINDEF's strategic communications and public engagement efforts.

      From 2013 to 2013, Mr Tan was Senior Director of the Public Service Division's PS21 Office, and concurrently held the appointment of Institute Director in the Institute of Governance and Policy at Singapore's Civil Service College. Mr Tan also served in the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) as Director of the Economics and Strategy Division (2008 - 2010) and the Foreign Economic Policy Division (2010 - 2013). From 2010 to 2013, he led Singapore's Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with the European Union, and also served in the negotiating team for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

      Mr Tan graduated with highest honours in English and Comparative Literature, and a Certificate in Russian Studies, from Princeton University. He also has a Master degree in Management from the Peter Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University.

      He was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) [Pingat Pentadbiran Awam (Perak)] in 2017. Mr Tan is married with four children.

    • Ms Joanna Flint

      Ms Joanna Flint is Managing Director of Google's Agency Business for Asia Pacific and is responsible for strategic partnerships with the world's largest media networks across the region. Formerly, she was the Managing Director for Google Singapore and oversaw sales and business development from its regional hub.

      Prior to Google, Ms Flint was Senior Consultant at OgilvyOne Asia-Pacific from 2004 to 2008, providing strategic counsel in digital and e-commerce to Ogilvy's flagship clients. Before that, she had been in the aviation industry for 10 years, working in global commercial and marketing positions in British Airways from 1997 to 2001, and as Global Sales and Digital Marketing leader in Singapore Airlines from 2001 to 2004.

      Ms Flint is a well-regarded speaker at industry events on topics of digital, innovation, creativity, technology and women in the workplace. She is on the Leadership Council of the Singapore iAB, and recently retired from the Board of the National University Singapore ISS. She has authored publications, including the new path to purchase, 'Winning the Zero Moment of Truth - Asia'. Ms Flint graduated from University of Manchester in 1995.

    • Ms Audrey Kuah

      Ms Audrey Kuah is a digital, marketing, advertising and business leader with more than two decades of experience in these fields and across many industries and geographies. She is the founder of a business and marketing consulting company, Litmus Asia Pacific.

      Ms Kuah has worked in leading global marketing communications companies such as J. Walter Thompson, Mindshare, MAXUS and Mediacom.

      Ms Kuah joined the Dentsu Aegis Network firstly as CEO, Singapore, Aegis Media Singapore in October 2011, before moving to a role as Chief Client Officer, Southeast Asia and then assumed the role to head up the Group's first-ever global R & D Centre, headquartered in Singapore from June 1, 2016. ​

      Ms Kuah was awarded an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2007 and graduated with a B.A. from National University of Singapore in 1992.

    • Mr Allen Law

      Mr Allen Law is Chief Executive Officer of the Park Hotel Group and leads the strategic management and expansion of the Group's properties under the luxury "Grand Park", and upscale "Park Hotel" and select service midscale "Destination" brands.  Since joining the Group in 2004, Mr Law has been focused on growing the Group's portfolio, building its brands and strengthening its talent and operational capabilities. Park Hotel Group owns and manages 16 hotels across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Maldives, Hong Kong, China, South Korea, Japan and Australia. 

      While the Group expands through acquisitions and hotel management services, the hotels seek to extend the service philosophy of providing "Loving Hospitality" through service delivered from the heart to all customers, guests and the community.  In recognition of its business and service excellence, Park Hotel Group was honoured Best Regional Hotel Chain for six consecutive years from 2012 to 2017, amongst other accolades.

    • Mr Alvin Lim

      Mr Alvin Lim is Director for International Relations at the Singapore Ministry of Finance which manages bilateral economic relations and multilateral engagements with institutions such as ASEAN, the IMF, World Bank, Asian Development Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.​

      Prior to his current position, he served variously at the Ministry of Manpower, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Singapore Embassy in Washington DC.

      Mr Lim was educated at Oxford University, England, where he read Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He also has an MBA in Strategy and Finance from the Yale School of Management. Mr Lim was an International Congressional Fellow at the Brookings Institution and a Senior Executive Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

    • Mr Lim Eng Hwee

      Mr Lim Eng Hwee is the Chief Executive Officer of the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) with effect from 1st September 2017. URA is Singapore's national Planning agency, responsible for the physical planning and urban development of Singapore.

      Mr Lim was formerly the Chief Planner and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of URA from 2009 to 2017. He has extensive experience in urban planning, urban design, implementation of land use policies and development initiatives. He also served in the Ministry of National Development, Ministry of Trade and Industry and served on the Board of Land Transport Authority. He currently sits on the Board of Singapore Science Centre and Singapore Cooperation Enterprise.​

      Mr Lim graduated with a Bachelor of Planning from the University of Auckland. He also holds a Master in Public Administration from the Harvard University and attended the Wharton Advanced Management Program at the University of Pennsylvania.

    • Mr Lim Ming Yan

      Mr Lim Ming Yan is the Chairman of Workforce Singapore, a statutory board set up under the Ministry of Manpower to promote the development, competitiveness, inclusiveness and employability of all levels of the workforce. ​

      Mr Lim is also a member of the Future Economy Council (FEC) and co-chairman of its Built Environment Sub-committee. He is a Director of Business China, an organisation that promotes bilingualism and biculturalism between Singapore and China.

      Mr Lim was President & Group Chief Executive Officer of CapitaLand Group from 2013 to 2018.  Prior to that, he held various key appointments within the Group, including the appointment as Group Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Officer of The Ascott Limited and Chief Executive Officer of CapitaLand China Holdings Pte Ltd.  He was responsible for growing Ascott into a global lodging business and for building CapitaLand into a leading foreign real estate developer in China.

    • Mr Prasad Menon

      Mr Prasad R. Menon is a Chemical Engineer from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. He has over 45 years of diverse experience in some of the premier multinational and Indian companies.

      Mr Menon started his career with the Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) and served for 20 years, followed by another 11 years at Nagarjuna Group. In October 2000, Mr Menon took over as the Managing Director of Tata Chemicals and in October 2006, he took over as the Managing Director of Tata Power, the largest integrated private power utility in India. He has championed sustainability as a key strategic initiative in the organisation.

      Mr Menon subsequently served on several Tata Boards, including being the first Chairman of Tata-Singapore Airlines in India. He has deep interest in the NGO/ Development areas, and has been associated with organisations in the fields of environment, sustainability, wildlife conservation and academia. Mr Menon currently serves as a Director on the Boards of Axis Bank, SKF India and Sanmar Group.

    • Mr Quek Swee Kuan

      Mr Quek Swee Kuan is the Chief Executive Officer of Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) where he steers the vision and development of Sentosa Island as a leading leisure and lifestyle destination in Singapore.

      Prior to joining SDC in October 2015, Mr Quek was the Economic Development Board's (EDB) Deputy Managing Director, where he took on leadership positions covering a wide range of portfolio that included Global Operations, Marketing & Communications, Industry Development and Investment Promotion, as well as Planning and Policy. At EDB, he played a key role in formulating strategies aimed at attracting foreign investments into Singapore and helped elevate Singapore's stature as an important global player in various industries, including interactive digital media, lifestyle and consumer business.​

      Mr Quek was the Singapore Tourism Board's (STB) Deputy Chief Executive from February 2007 to March 2009. During that time, he led STB's network of international offices in working with foreign tourism players to brand and market Singapore as an attractive and compelling destination for leisure, business, education and healthcare services to ​international travellers. ​

    • Mr Mohamad Saiful Saroni​

      Mr Mohamad Saiful Saroni has been a partner in PwC LLP Singapore since 2012. He started in PwC as an associate in 2000 and has over 15 years of experience in the audit industry, three of which were spent on secondment to the PwC US Firm in its San Francisco office. He is also one of the Firm's partner contact as it relates to all US Accounting and Auditing matters, as well as US-bound cross border security transactions. Mr Saroni's areas of specialty are in the Energy, Utilities and Mining as well as Technology and Transport sectors. He is actively involved in the audits of SEC registrants.

      Mr Saroni also sits on the Boards of Building and Construction Authority, Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association and Mercy Relief, as well as Advisory Council to the People's Association Malay Activity Executive Committees Council. He graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University (Honours).  

    • Mrs Wong Ai Ai

      Mrs Wong Ai Ai is a member of multinational law firm Baker McKenzie's Global Executive Committee and Chair of the Asia Pacific Region. During her 20-year career with Baker McKenzie, Mrs Wong has held several leadership positions, including serving as head of the Singapore Corporate & Securities Group and chair of the Asia Pacific Private Equity Group.

      Mrs Wong is recognised as a leading individual for Corporate/M&A matters by publications including Chambers Asia Pacific, Legal 500 Asia Pacific and IFLR1000.

      ​Today, Mrs Wong leads a number of key areas of strategic focus for the Firm, including building out Baker McKenzie's transactional strength in money centres such as London, New York and HK/China, and overseeing the Firm's Financial Institutions Group globally. As Chair of the Firm's Sustainability Committee, Mrs Wong also leads Baker McKenzie's global waste and emissions reduction drive, and champions the Firm's involvement in some of the world's most significant sustainability initiatives.

      Outside of Baker McKenzie, Mrs Wong also serves as Chair of the Yellow Ribbon Fund, a charitable foundation that supports rehabilitation and reintegration programmes for ex-offenders and their families