Director - Strategy & Operations Advisory, KPMG

Bachelor of Business (Accounting), Curtin University, Australia
Chartered Accountant - Malaysian Institute of Accountants
Certified Practising Accountant, Australian Society of CPA

See Teik is a director in KPMG Management and Risk Consulting Sdn Bhd with working experience in a variety of strategy and financial engagements for public and private sector clients. The former include federal and state government ministries, development authorities, and agencies for domestic trade, tourism, transportation infrastructure, higher education, agriculture, and human resources. Private sector clients consist of those engaged in the food and beverage industry, private air charter services, motor sports, entertainment, hospitality, retailing, and building materials.

One of his recent infrastructure projects in KPMG was a feasibility study for the financial feasibility of a port facility in East Malaysia. Prior to that he had been involved in a study of the manpower needs to facilitate the development of the domestic logistics industry, and a study for the industrial development of a greenfield site in northern peninsular Malaysia. See Teik has also contributed to the study for the development of an airport in northern Malaysia.

This involved a analytical review of the demand drivers from inbound and outbound passenger traffic, including tourists, and their potential growth trajectory. His involvement in other transportation related sectors includes investment evaluation (for a bridge and a tolled highway in China), financial due diligence (on an air charter service provider in Myanmar), statutory audit (German shipping & logistics company, and Malaysian shipping company), and transaction advisory (for the largest tolled highway owner and operator in Malaysia).

See Teik started out in another Big 4 firm of professional service where he worked in audit, financial due diligence, and corporate advisory services after which he joined an IT development company. Subsequently, he went to a private equity fund before working in the manufacturing industry until he joined KPMG. He has more than 28 years of combined working experience.