Eric was awarded an ACCA graduate in 2000 and also graduated from University of Sydney with a Bachelor degree in Computer Science & Accounting. Since graduation, he had worked in Big 4 as an auditor , including a one year overseas stint with Ernst & Young, Shanghai in 2005. He left his last appointment as an Audit Managerial position with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Singapore in 2008 before setting up his own Certified Public Accountant Practice – Paul Hype Page & Co. His years of audit experiences with MNC has exposed him to: [list type=”arrow”] [li]Regional taxation system especially in China and India[/li] [li]Financial and Accounting systems in budgeting, financial controls, cash flow & working capital management for different industrial sector[/li] [li]Experience in Singapore statutory government grant and tax incentive such as Global Trader[/li] [li]Programme by IE Singapore and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore technology grants for start up company[/li] [/list] He has been invited to conduct several presentation talk in China, India and Singapore due to his regional experience. Being an entrepreneur and a financial professional, many clients are satisfied with his advices especially in taxation and incorporation needs for their initial Singapore setup. Recently, being appointed as one of the adviser in Promising 500 SME of Singapore.Singapore top 500 SMEProfessional Certifications awarded: [list type=”plus”] [li]Singapore Certified Public Accountant by ICPAS[/li] [li]Singapore Accredited Tax Practitioner by SIATP[/li] [li] Practicing Management Consultant by Singapore Business Advisors & Consultants Council Limited[/li] [/list]
Maggie Chow, FCCA Senior Financial Consultant
Maggie is a 12-year Finance and Treasury veteran. Prior to joining Paul Hype Page & Co. as a Senior Financial Consultant, Maggie was the regional treasury manager for Samsung Electronics Asia. As a regional treasury manager, she supervised and managed foreign exchange, cash and banking activities for 15 companies in Asia and Oceania. During her tenure with Samsung, she worked extensively to improve the company’s cash management structures and reporting. One notable achievement during her tenure was the successful implementation of Asia’s first Multi-currency Notional Pooling that includes Thailand and Malaysia entities in April 2010. In her position as a co-lead, she presented the most suitable structure to the management, led in negotiation with the banks, arranged and prepared for meetings with central banks to obtain the necessary approvals. Maggie’s relationship with the international banks and familiarity to the region’s foreign exchange and country regulations allow her to make valuable advice to many of our international clients who wish to establish banking relations in Asia or to manage cash and foreign exchange from Singapore.