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Eight leaders with diverse backgrounds elected to ISCA Council

SINGAPORE 27 April 2024 – A diverse group of eight accountancy and business leaders have been elected to the Council of the national accountancy body, the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA). These leaders include partners from accounting firms, a leader from the healthcare sector, a representative from a polytechnic and an entrepreneur.

The total number of votes casted by eligible ISCA members was the highest based on our records and corresponds with the increase in member engagement level and growing interest in ISCA’s initiatives.
The newly-elected Council Members are:
  • Mr Choo Kok Wei Eric, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Dontia Holdings Pte Ltd and T32 Dental Centre Pte Ltd
  • Mr Lee Boon Teck, Regional Managing Partner Southeast Asia, Audit & Assurance of Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Mr Lim Wei Kiat William, Director, School of Business & Accountancy of Ngee Ann Polytechnic
  • Mr Helmi Bin Ali Bin Talib, Managing Partner of Helmi Talib LLP
The re-elected Council Members are:
  • Mr Choo Eng Beng, Engagement Partner, Head of Assurance of PwC Singapore
  • Ms Goh Chern Ni Jocelyn, Audit & Assurance Partner of BDO LLP
  • Mr Koh Wee Kwang, Director of Nexia Singapore PAC
  • Mr Teo Ser Luck, Entrepreneur and Company Board Chairman
Mr Teo Ser Luck has been re-elected as President of ISCA for a second term. Mr Teo is joined by newly elected office bearers:

  • Vice President: Mr Choo Eng Beng
  • Vice President: Ms Judy Ng
  • Treasurer: Ms Jocelyn Goh Chern Ni
  • Secretary: Mr Lee Boon Teck
The newly-elected and re-elected Council Members will serve as ISCA Council Members until ISCA’s Annual General Meeting in 2026.
Mr. Helmi Bin Ali Bin Talib, Managing Partner of Helmi Talib LLP, has been elected to the ISCA Council. His election to the Council also reaffirms ISCA’s dedication to fostering diversity and inclusion within its leadership ranks.
Among the newly-elected Council Members is Mr William Lim, Director of the School of Business & Accountancy at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. This marks the first time that ISCA’s Council has a representative from the polytechnic who will be able to contribute to our efforts to boost the attractiveness of the profession and develop talent pipeline.
ISCA President Mr Teo Ser Luck said, “I am honoured to be re-elected as President of ISCA for a second term and am excited to continue serving alongside such a diverse group of members on the Council. Together, we remain committed to advancing the profession, fostering diversity and inclusion, and driving innovation in the accountancy sector. I would like to thank Council Members who have retired for their invaluable contribution and look forward to collaborating with the new Council to further strengthen ISCA’s position as a leading accountancy body regionally and globally.”
For more information on the biographies of the new and re-elected Council Members, please refer to the Annex via our website.


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