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e-Momentum ISSUE 24

MAY-JUNE 2011

Baird appointed as president At the annual general meeting held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, on 4 June, Mr Harold Baird FCMA was elected as president of CIMA. Mr Baird, a management accounting and business advisor, provides services to small-to-medium enterprises and not-for-profit organisations in Northern Ireland and is currently a director of the Methodist Publishing Company Limited and Belfast Activity Centre Limited. Formerly, he was a senior corporate planning accountant with Northern Ireland Electricity PLC which on privatisation became Viridian PLC. He has been extensively involved in the CIMA member network and was elected to council in June 2001 to represent Northern Ireland. Mr Harold Baird FCMA, the newly elected President of CIMA.

Mr Baird said, ‘It is an honour to be elected as president of CIMA and I am certain it will be a fulfilling year. CIMA is entering into a joint venture with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), which will raise the profile of the profession and be a passport for careers throughout the world. I am keen to further enhance the institute’s relevance and reputation by forging strong partnerships and working relationships both within the institute and externally. It has truly never been a better time to be a management accountant.’ Mr Gulzari Babber FCMA and Mr Malcolm Furber FCMA were elected deputy president and vice president respectively.

CIMA and AICPA joint venture CIMA and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) have agreed on the creation of a new professional designation, the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA), that will be a worldwide standard of professional excellence in management accounting. It is proposed that the new CGMA letters will be issued to members early in 2012. The joint venture, covering 550,000 members and students worldwide, will combine the strength of the AICPA in North America with CIMA’s presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and elsewhere. Past CIMA President, Mr George Glass said, ‘We are delighted that management accountancy is to be given a strong new global impetus by this joint venture. This advances our strategic aim and will ensure management accountants, committed to strict ethical standards, will receive world-class support in a fast-globalising world.’ This sentiment was echoed by AICPA Chairman, Mr Paul Stahlin who said, ‘This is truly an historic moment for the accounting profession worldwide. Our joint venture with CIMA creates long-term strategic value and literally opens up the world for US CPAs in management accounting.’

Launch of Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Islamic Finance

Mr Venkkat Ramanan, Head of CIMA Malaysia, launching the Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Islamic Finance.

At the first panel session: (from left) Mr Mohd Damshal Awang Damit, Managing Director, Amundi Islamic Malaysia; Y Bhg Datuk Noripah Kamso, CEO, CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management; Mr Effendy Rahaman, moderator from Amanie Advisors; Y Bhg Dato’ Redza Shah Abdul Wahid, CEO, Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad; Dr. Mohd Daud Bakar.

CIMA launched its new Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Islamic Finance at the Corporate Leadership in Islamic Finance event on 21 June. The event was co-hosted by UCSI University and Amanie Advisors, a globally recognised Shari’ah advisory firm, at the UCSI Blue Ocean Strategy Hall in Kuala Lumpur. It follows the successful launch of CIMA’s Certificate in Islamic Finance four years ago, which, following a detailed review, has been re-graded to the CIMA Diploma in Islamic Finance. The four modules of the Diploma will be offered as certificates in their own right. The new Advanced Diploma is based upon a top level case study. Preceding the launch of the Diploma and Advanced Diploma were two panel sessions entitled ‘Positioning Malaysia as the leading international hub for Islamic finance: challenges and what it takes’ and ‘Human capital development as the key driver for Islamic finance growth: addressing the industry’s need’. The panel sessions were moderated respectively by Mr Effendy Rahaman and Mr Razi Pahlavi, both from Amanie Advisors. In his speech, Mr Venkkat Ramanan, Head of CIMA Malaysia, highlighted that CIMA sees the Islamic finance market as particularly important, with its current global value estimated at greater than $1.1 trillion. Its continued growth needs to be funded by appropriately trained, new human capital and Malaysia, as a leader in the development of the Islamic finance industry, needs to develop this skilled workforce to meet its own demands, fuel growth and maintain its position internationally. Also speaking at the event was Dr Mohd Daud Bakar, an international Shari’ah expert, President and CEO at Amanie and the International Institute of Islamic Finance Inc as well as consultant on both the CIMA Diploma in Islamic Finance and the new Advanced Diploma. Visit www.cimaglobal.com/if for more information


Chengdu, here we come! Congratulations to Team Agilis from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia who won the local final of the CIMA Global Business Challenge 2011 (GBC) held on 11 June at TAR College in Setapak. The team comprising Mr Muhammad Izwan bin Zulkifli, Mr Kor Jian Hao, Ms Julaily bt Hashim and Ms Lee Kean Kean will be representing Malaysia at the GBC global final in Chengdu, China on 23-24 July. In the case study used for the competition, Team Agilis had to examine issues including distributor strikes, IT failure, business expansion and the use of child labour by suppliers. The judging panel comprised Ms Julie Evans, Director/Head of Singapore Technology, Barclays Capital Services Ltd, Mr Erwin Tan, Executive Director and Controller, Forever Living Products (M) Sdn Bhd, Ms Tan Hooi Min, Senior Manager, Merchandising, New Heritage and Playlab, Tangs Malaysia and Mr Jeremy Nasrulhaq, Deputy President of CIMA Malaysia. They commented on the polished and comprehensive presentation by Team Agilis. At the same time, they stood out with their strong team dynamics and business recommendations. The champion, team Agilis from UKM, posing with the GBC icon, the panda.

The first runner-up was Team Horizon from TAR College while third place went to Team Underdogs from HELP University College. The other finalists were Team Biz Whiz from Universiti Malaya and Team Inspiration Drive from HELP University College. Mr Steven Yong from TAR College was acknowledged as the best presenter. In Chengdu, Team Agilis will face 16 teams from around the world to compete for the title of ‘global champion.’

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CIMA Singapore Case Crackers wins the Singapore GBC final

Team Case Crackers – Singapore’s GBC champion.

Team Case Crackers, who only had a month to complete the case study on top of their internships and other commitments, won the distinction of representing Singapore at the CIMA Global Business Challenge final in Chengdu, China on 23-24 July. The team, hailing from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), comprised Mr Gabriel Lee, Mr Yeo Shi Yuan, Ms Chen Xinyi and Ms Liu Xinyi. They beat three other competing teams on 9 June at the local GBC final held at the National Library.

‘We never expected to win. We thought our chances of winning were 50-50 at best,’ said Mr Yeo, who attributed the win to the team’s work, synergy and top quality education from Nanyang Business School. The other teams were Team Inspiration 9 from NTU, Team Ngee Ann from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Team Infinite from Singapore Management University. The four teams, selected from a pool of 47 teams, presented their case studies before a five-member panel of judges. Inspiration 9 member, Ms Yan An, won the Best Future Business Leader prize for being articulate, concise and having a quick mind when answering questions from the judges.

CIMA strengthens presence in Pakistan The third CIMA office which opened in Islamabad, Pakistan, was a cause for celebration indeed. Regional director of CIMA, Mr Bradley Emerson hosted the launch event at the Marriott Hotel and in attendance was Senator Ishaq Dar, former Finance Minister of Pakistan whilst vice president of CIMA, Mr Gulzari Babber FCMA, was the Guest of Honour. The office was launched in response to the increasing demand for international finance professionals throughout the region and follows the successful launches of offices in Karachi and Lahore in 2009 and 2010 respectively. At the event, Mr Babber spoke of the increasing importance of ethics to companies for their long-term survival and how business ethics plays a central role in the training and development of CIMA members.

Regional round-up of GBC 2011 Here’s a quick take of the winners from our neighbouring countries in their respective CIMA Global Business Challenge (GBC) national finals.

New office location CIMA Singapore has moved to a new office at Commerce Point. The contact details are as follows: 3 Phillip Street, Level 19, Commerce Point, Singapore 048693 T. +65 6824 8252 F. +65 6824 8334

The champion, Team Palapa from Universitas Indonesia

Singapore AGM CIMA Singapore held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 26 May at The Fullerton Hotel. Mr R Dhinakaran was elected as the Branch President for the term 2011/2012. The champion, Team Scions from the Visayas-College of Management, University of the Philippines. The committee members of CIMA Singapore 2011/2012

The committee members are as follows: Branch Vice President : Mr Wayne Soo Branch Honorary Secretary : Mr Ong Eng Joo Branch Assistant Secretary : Mr Koh Swee Tian Branch Honorary Treasurer : Mr Lee Cheau Jen Ex-officio : Mr Ernest Wong Committee members : Mr Eugene Lim Mr Philip Smith Mr Low Swee Heng Ms Lorina Law Mr Arnstein Fjeld Mr Hoon Tai Meng Mr S. V. Eswar Mr Isaac Low Student representative : Mr Naresh Kalani

The all boys team, Team Fingerprints from the Foreign Trade University, Ho Chi Minh City, who won the champion trophy at the Vietnam final.

In the Indonesian finals held on 5 May at Universitas Indonesia, four teams competed but Team Palapa showed its mettle and clinched the champion title. The teams outperformed each other in one aspect or the other with every presentation. Ironically, the team which was announced the winner belongs to a non-finance background with no formal education in finance/business. The judging panel, comprising some renowned members both from academia and the industry, were impressed with the quality of the team’s presentations. The Philippine final was held on 10 June at Century Park Hotel, Manila. Six teams from across the Philippines competed, with Team Scions from University of the Philippines Visayas-College of Management, winning the trophy. The first runner-up was Team Multi-Million Dollar Agents from De La Salle University. In Vietnam, the finals took place on 13 June at Sheraton Saigon Hotel and Towers, Ho Chi Minh City. Team Fingerprints from the Foreign Trade University, Ho Chi Minh City, won the competition while the title of best presenter was awarded to Ms Dang Phuong Uyen of Team SIFE UEH from the University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City, which also secured the position of first runner-up.


Updates from CIMA Rise in number of finance employees globally

Embrace technology in business

Research by the Centre of Excellence at the University of Bath School of Management states that the finance function is set to grow internationally with over 30% of those surveyed expecting the number of finance employees in their organisation to increase over the next five years. The full survey results are included in the report Finance and organisational performance, shaping the future supported by Hays Senior Finance. This report is based on substantive global data with input from more than 4,000 finance and senior managers.

Management accountants must adopt Enterprise Web 2.0 collaborative technologies (the streamlining of business processes via the use of social-media tools) if they are to enhance their customer accounting practices in the future, according to a recent report by CIMA. Entitled Adopting Enterprise Web 2.0 collaborative technologies in business: The implications for management accountants the report concluded that even in companies that were early adopters of Enterprise Web 2.0 technologies, few accountants were systemically using social networking, but those that did reported improvements in their effectiveness. The report was officially launched on 13 June at Microsoft’s London headquarters.

A healthy 84% of respondents saying they do not expect to see any reduction in the number of finance staff employed within their organisations. Over 50% of large firms said that they would expect staff time and staff numbers dedicated to management support to increase. This is highlighted by over 40% of them saying they would also expect the same of management accounting. The downside being that 33% of those surveyed would expect job cuts in accounting operations as a result. Yet there are encouraging signs for career and salary progression with 67% of respondents reporting that those who do undertake management support activities are better remunerated and promoted faster.

Ms Naomi Smith, Research and Development Manager, CIMA, commented, ‘The profession is experiencing a generational effect emerging as both trainee accountants and newly qualified professionals are using technologies more extensively than others. By utilising these tools, we are giving more power to employees to create their own way of organising knowledge, workplaces, and business processes.’ The report can be downloaded from http://www.cimaglobal.com/en-gb/Thought-leadership/Research-topics/ Web-20-for-business/Adopting-enterprise-web-20/

CIMA Sarawak

CIMA Negeri Sembilan Network

Sweet Victory

Spreading cheer

It was a triumphant start to the first Curtin Sarawak-CIMA business game held recently, which was jointly organised by the Accounting Club of Curtin University and CIMA Sarawak. The event was held at the university’s recreation and events centre and opened to all students of the university. 11 teams vied for the top spot in the game, which tested their business acumen in the owning and managing of a fictitious mobile phone company in the current market scenario. Among those present were the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alistair Inglis, Dean of the School of Business, Mr Shamsul Kamariah Abdullah, Head of the Department of Accounting and Business Information Systems, Mr Anbalagan Krishnan and Ms Doreen Tan, Manager of CIMA Sarawak.

There was lots of laughter and mirth in the air when 42 children from the Vivekananda Home in Rembau, Negeri Sembilan, had their wish list come true. Bearing these gifts were none other than 20 members of CIMA Negeri Sembilan Network. They were joined by Mr Venkkat Ramanan, Head of CIMA Malaysia, and Mr The happy children from the Paul Valluvan, Chairman of CIMA Negeri Vivekananda home with their Sembilan Network. There were squeals of individual gifts. delight when the children opened their individual presents which ranged from toiletries, make-up kits, Barbie dolls to football boots, Liverpool jerseys and track suits. CIMA also contributed a cash donation of RM500.

The participants outdid themselves in handling the questions from the judges, exercising great teamwork and critical thinking skills. Team Laser, made up of Mr David Chia, Mr Ting Yi Hang, Mr Kelvin Chai, Mr Varian Foo and Ms Cindy Lim, emerged as winners followed by Team Star and Team JL in second and third place respectively.

One of the teams eager to present its business plan.

Chairman of the Vivekananda Home, Mr Ramesh Patel, said, ‘The children were excited as they were each asked for their wish list and they were very pleased when these were granted.’ The Vivekananda Home is an independent charitable organisation dedicated to provide shelter for orphans, abandoned and poor children as well as children from broken homes. It welcomes donations in cash and kind. For more information, please contact the home at 06-6852210 or 019-6608631.

CIMA 2011 World Conference – book now The third CIMA World Conference will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in South Africa on 24-25 October 2011. This is the first time that the CIMA World Conference will be taking place in Africa. The last world conference was held in Malaysia in 2009.

since the great depression, companies need to develop strong leaders who can initiate high impact programmes to ensure they are on track to survive and grow while facing stricter banking lending, tougher environmental legislation and global competition.

Join us at this conference that will bring together outstanding business leaders from around the world. The conference will provide an opportunity to hear and network with business leaders who are making a difference, reducing their carbon footprint and being successful.

The CIMA World Conference will have dynamic leaders from around the world who will demonstrate how best we can address best business practices and global humanitarian concerns through sustainable social responsibility.

Why you should be there

To view the line up of speakers and to book your place, please visit www.cimaglobal.com/worldconference

The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Business in tomorrow’s world – a sustainable future’. As the world emerges out of the worst financial crisis


CIMA Malaysia’s 34th AGM The 34th annual general meeting of CIMA Malaysia took place on 22 May and it was chaired by the divisional president, Mr Francis Chan FCMA, with 49 members in attendance. The agenda of the meeting was dealt with satisfactorily and the following honorary officers were nominated and unanimously endorsed and approved. Divisional president

: Mr Francis Chan FCMA

Divisional deputy president

: Mr Jeremy Nasrulhaq FCMA

Divisional vice president

: Mr Yeo Tek Ling ACMA

Divisional honorary secretary : Mr Lim Kian Hui FCMA Divisional honorary treasurer : Y Bhg Datin Prof Dr Suzana Sulaiman ACMA

The AGM in progress – Mr Wong Yeap Min FCMA (standing) giving a brief on himself before the meeting endorsed his new term in the divisional council.

In addition, Mr Danny Tan Boon Wooi FCMA, Mr Gilbert Goh Joon Thye FCMA and Mr Wong Yeap Min FCMA were nominated for a further three year term of service in the Divisional Council.

CIMA Hong Kong moves to a new office In a land where the ancient guidance of feng shui is held in high regard, CIMA’s new office in Times Square Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, was officially opened at a time and date deemed most auspicious for the organisation. At 1.00pm on 23 May, Mr George Glass, President of CIMA declared the office open at a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by a traditional roast pig-cutting ceremony, which signified the opening of a prosperous pathway for blooming business. The new premise is easily accessible by public transportation and addresses the need to improve CIMA’s presence and range for services on the island.

Face to face membership assessment Take advantage of the face to face membership assessment session on 27 August which provides an opportunity to have your practical experience assessed in one hour instead of the usual eight weeks. Attendees are required to bring the completed application form for membership which includes employment summary, detailed record of experience and a record of skills development. Get the details of the practical experience requirements and all required forms from www.cimaglobal.com/per Deferred applicants are urged to apply but please note that application for Fellowship cannot be made at this membership session.

Get a head start! If you are preparing for membership application, do come for the interactive career profile workshop which will be organised on 30 July at the divisional office. It is compulsory to prepare a draft of your career profile for discussion during the workshop. The pilot workshops held in the past have proven to be beneficial as facilitators were available to discuss and share their views with each participant. This workshop will prepare you for the face-to-face membership assessment session which will be held on 27 August. Students who have successfully completed the strategic level exams and who have a minimum of three years’ relevant practical experience are strongly urged to submit their membership application. Remember, you must complete T4 Part A within four years of completing the case study examination (T4 Part B) . If you do not submit your career profile within four years, you will be removed from the register.

NAfMA reaches its 8th year NAfMA has reached its 8th year this year and both the awarding bodies, CIMA Malaysia and the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), are proud to acknowledge that NAfMA has evolved into a coveted competition since its inception in 2004. This year, the NAfMA Organising Committee Mr Yeo Tek Ling (centre), Chairman of NAfMA comprising staff of CIMA Organising Committee, moderating the breakfast talk. On the left is Mr Parameswaran Malaysia, MIA, Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) Rajagopal of Century Software and on the right is Ms Lai Choon Foong of Maxis and the CIMA-UiTM Asian Communications Berhad. Management Accounting Research Centre (AMARC) have included a new entry category. This is for cost centre companies that have successful management accounting practices and tools with at least two years proven track record of cost saving.

Mr Yeo Tek Ling (3rd from left), Chairman of the NAfMA Organising Committee, receiving the mock cheque from the Managing Director of Public Bank Berhad, Y Bhg Tan Sri Tay Ah Lek (2nd from right).

NAfMA workshops are being held nationwide, with the first one at Menara Public Bank in Kuala Lumpur. The workshop was held in conjunction with a breakfast talk on ‘Management accounting tools for building sustainable value’ where speakers from winning companies of NAfMA 2010 were present to share their experience in preparing for the competition. The speakers were Ms Lai Choon Foong, Senior General Manager and Head of Management Accounting & Procurement, Maxis Communications Berhad (Excellence Award winner) and Mr Paremeswaran Rajagopal, Assistant General Manager, Century Software (M) Sdn Bhd (SME Star Award winner). Following the breakfast talk, Public Bank, the main sponsor of NAfMA 2011, hosted a lunch for the participants and presented a mock cheque to NAfMA. Our media partners for NAfMA 2011 are Malaysian Business, Malaysia SME, Bernama TV, Redberry Group and The Malaysian Reserve. If you are interested to participate in NAfMA 2011, please call 03-77 230 255 (Karen) or email nafma@cimaglobal.com


MIA News Transition to accrual based public sector accounting. The National Public Sector Accountants Conference (Napsac) 2011 themed ‘Transitioning to a new public sector accounting landscape’ was held in Kuching recently. The two day conference gave special focus on the government’s effort to adapt an accrual-based public sector accounting. The conference, jointly organised by the Malaysian Institute of Accountants in partnership with the Accountant General’s Department and the Malaysia Public Sector Accountant Association, featured experts on accrual accounting who touched on the requirements, standards and policies of the accrual-based International Public Sector Accounting Standards. They also debated on the benefits, challenges and other practical issues associated with the new system.

Building synergistic relationships In the spirit of strengthening ties, Mr Andrew Harding, Managing Director of CIMA, Ms Irene Teng, Regional Director of CIMA South East Asia and Australasia and Mr Venkkat Ramanan, Head of CIMA Malaysia, paid a courtesy call to the Vice Chancellor of Universiti Utara Malaysia, Prof Dato’ Dr Mohamed Mustafa Ishak. The visit which took place on 25 May was also in conjunction with the ongoing discussions between CIMA and UUM College of Business as both parties work toward the inking of a Memorandum of Understanding in July 2011.

At the Vice Chancellor’s office. (From left) Mr Venkkat Ramanan, Mr Andrew Harding, Ms Irene Teng and Prof Dato’ Dr Mohamed Mustafa Ishak.

Welcome on board!

Mr Sim Rick Kee

Divisional staff contacts We are at your service! Please drop us an email to the most appropriate contact below: Membership services, membership elevation and membership application, subscription, certificates, career profile, students who have completed exams, membership graduation. Please contact: saritha.subramaniam@cimaglobal.com Student services, student registration, subscription, exam and exemption matters, career talks. Please contact: s.saraswathy@cimaglobal.com marini.abubakar@cimaglobal.com CPD, training courses and conferences, in-company training, CIMA Development, NAfMA. Please contact: karen.yeap@cimaglobal.com harmini.nair@cimaglobal.com Employers, resumes, job notification service, Green sustainability conference. Please contact: s.saraswathy@cimaglobal.com Newsletters, advertisements, media releases. Please contact: chan.siewlian@cimaglobal.com Library, study system, exam Q&A. Please contact: harmini.nair@cimaglobal.com Finance matters. Please contact: soonpheng.lim@cimaglobal.com

Ms Ho Li Li

If you spot them, do extend a warm hello to Mr Sim Rick Kee and Ms Ho Li Li who joined the Malaysian team in May and June respectively. The duo will be part of the Business Development team led by Ms Saraswathy. Rick has a degree in Business and Commerce specialising in International Business. He graduated from Monash University, Malaysia campus while Li Li has a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, majoring in Marketing and Management from the Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia.

Revision classes for May exams Strategic level and T4 students in Malaysia received the opportunity to attend revision classes conducted by highly experienced CIMA lecturers from Sri Lanka. This was to prepare them well for the May exams. The lecturers, A revision class in Mr S Srikanth, Mr Channa Gunawardana and progress. Mr Sugeeth Patabendige were from the Wisdom Business Academy, a CIMA Quality Learning Partner in Sri Lanka. The revision classes were conducted from 3-4 May and from 10-13 May at the divisional office.

Upcoming Events Date 30 July

8-9 Sep

Title Interactive career profile workshop Luncheon talk on ‘Your winning image on connecting the 3Cs’ Seminar on ‘Finance and marketing in partnership synergy to achieve greater business success’ Face to face membership assessment Corporate Tax Asia 2011

13 Sep

Evening talk on ‘Story telling’

10 Aug 12 Aug

27 Aug

Venue CIMA Malaysia office CIMA Malaysia office Pullman Hotel, Kuching CIMA Malaysia office Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore CIMA Malaysia office


Nail that to do list Robin Sharma, in an effort to help you win the war against distraction and interruption, shares five ‘One minute productivity moves’ to help you shatter your previous limits. 1. Have the courage to get great at saying ‘no thanks’ to any activities that don't advance your priorities.

4. Take 60 seconds to breathe deeply and focus on your progress. This will re-energize and refuel you.

2. Take 60 seconds every morning to do a written game plan for a productive day. ‘The things that get scheduled are the things that get done.’

5. Take 60 seconds to un-clutter your work area so you create space for your creativity to flow.

3. Take a few seconds each day to turn off all your technology and work deeply on a key project with zero distraction.

MALAYSIA OFFICES CIMA MALAYSIA DIVISION Lots 1.03b and 1.05, Level 1 KPMG Tower, 8 First Avenue, Bandar Utama 47800 Petaling Jaya Selangor T. +60 (0)3 77 230 230 F. +60 (0)3 77 230 231 E. kualalumpur@cimaglobal.com www.cimaglobal.com/malaysia

CIMA PENANG BRANCH Suite 12-04A, 12th Floor, Menara Boustead Penang 39, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah 10050 Penang T. +60 (0)4 226 7488 / 8488 F. +60 (0)4 229 0488 E. penang@cimaglobal.com Contact: Mr Jack Ong

CIMA SARAWAK BRANCH / SABAH NETWORK Sublot 315, 1st Floor No 21, Jalan Bukit Mata 93100 Kuching Sarawak T. +60 (0)82 233 136 F. +60 (0)82 233 139 E. sarawak@cimaglobal.com Contact: Ms Doreen Tan

PERAK NETWORK CWC & Company 112-1, 1st Floor, Jalan Kampar 30250 Ipoh, Perak T. +60 (0)5 255 0392 F. +60 (0)5 253 4253 E. cwcco@tm.net.my Contact: Mr Cheang Wai Choong FCMA

(extracted with permission from www.robinsharma.com)

MALACCA NETWORK

CIMA HONG KONG

Diehl Metal Malaysia Sdn Bhd Lot 12, Kaw Miel, Phase III Batu Berendam, FTZ 75350 Malacca T. +60 (0)6 282 3922 F. +60 (0)6 282 8995 E. ychew@dmm-griset.com Contact: Ms Yennie Chew

Suite 2005, 20th floor Tower One, Times Square 1 Matheson Street Causeway Bay Hong Kong T. +852 2511 2003 F. +852 2507 4701 E. hongkong@cimaglobal.com www.cimaglobal.com/hongkong Contact: Mr Damian Yip

NEGERI SEMBILAN NETWORK Contact: Mr Paul Valluvan ACMA (Chairman) T. 019-684 6439 E. paulvalluvan@gmail.com Ms Stacy Tang ACMA (Honorary Secretary) T. 012-680 2166 E. stacyhmt@yahoo.com

REGIONAL OFFICES CIMA AUSTRALIA Suite 1305, 109 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia. Tel. +61 (0)2 9376 9900 Fax. +61 (0)2 9376 9905 E. sydney@cimaglobal.com www.cimaglobal.com/australia Contact: Mr Paul Turner

CIMA SINGAPORE 3 Phillip Street Level 19 Commerce Point Singapore 048693 T. +65 6824 8252 F. +65 6824 8334 E. singapore@cimaglobal.com www.cimaglobal.com/singapore Contact: Ms Shavonne Sim

CIMA SRI LANKA Colombo office 356 Elvitigala Mawatha Colombo 05 Sri Lanka T. + 94 (0)11 250 3880 F. + 94 (0)11 250 3881 E. colombo@cimaglobal.com www.cimaglobal.com/srilanka Contact: Mr Bradley Emerson

CIMA CHINA 1508A Azia Center 1233 Lujiazui Ring Road P.R. China T. +86 (0)21 61601558 F. +86 (0)21 61601568 E. shanghai@cimaglobal.com www.cimaglobal.com/china Contact: Ms Vicky Li

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