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CIMA South East Asia regional board

South East Asia Regional Board

Member announcement

Changes agreed by CIMA’s council aim to bring the Institute closer to local market conditions and provide the regional autonomy and empowerment essential to meet the council’s objectives.

The council approved the formation of the South East Asia Regional Board (SEARB) in March 2011. The new structure became effective from 1 July 2011 and is made up of elected representatives from the following countries:

  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam

CIMA wishes to ensure that it engages with and takes advantage of local conditions. These are best understood by CIMA members and staff locally. They are empowered to propose their own governance rules to meet the CIMA council’s objectives. The SEARB is empowered by the council and is dedicated to overseeing CIMA’s agreed strategy in the South East Asian market.

Following recent elections, we are pleased to announce the new line-up of board members for the South East Asia Regional Board (SEARB) who will serve the term of 2014-2017.

View the board's term of reference
View the past board members 

SEARB List

Following recent elections, we are pleased to announce the new line-up of board members for the South East Asia Regional Board (SEARB) who will serve the term of 2014-2017.

Council Member for Electoral Constituency 16

Mr Francis Chan Feoi Chun FCMA, CGMA (Malaysia)

Elected Country Representatives

  • Mr Francis Chan Feoi Chun FCMA, CGMA (Malaysia)
  • Y Bhg Dato’ Yogesvaran Arianayagam FCMA, CGMA (Malaysia)
  • Mr Eugene Lim FCMA, CGMA (Singapore)
  • Mr Dhinakaran Ramasamy FCMA, CGMA (Singapore)
  • Mr Richard Yvanovich FCMA, CGMA (Vietnam)
  • Mr Szilard Brenner FCMA, CGMA (Thailand) 

Co-opted

  • Mr Hugo Walkinshaw FCMA, CGMA
  • Mr Christopher John Fuggle FCMA, CGMA

Heading the SEARB as chairman is Mr Mr Christopher John Fuggle FCMA, CGMA and Dato’ A. Yogesvaran FCMA, CGMA as deputy chair. As stipulated by the SEARB’s terms of reference, both will hold office for a year from July 2016. The SEARB’s role is to oversee CIMA council’s strategy for the South East Asia markets. We look forward to a robust growth for CIMA in this region over the next few years.

View the board's term of reference
View the past board members