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Wee Hock Kee (Wee) is a Faculty Member and Fellow of ICDM. He specialises on subjects relating to corporate governance, risk management and internal control for PLCs. He has facilitated a series of courses under ICDM public and bespoke programmes.

He was the past President of IIA Malaysia and Asian Confederation of Institute of Internal Auditors, former board member of IIA Global, member of ACCA Malaysia’s Advisory and past Chairman of the Internal Audit Working Group of MIA. He won the prestigious Malaysian Internal Auditor of the Year Award for 2001, was a speaker and chaired numerous international, regional and national conferences organised by professional bodies throughout the span of his career in internal audit. Wee was the Chairman of the 2011 IIA International Conference in KL. He has worked in a number of multinational companies as Chief Audit Executive. His last position was with AstraZeneca (UK) as the Regional Audit Director of Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.

Wee has extensive experience in conducting board evaluations for major companies with market capitalization ranging from RM500 million to RM30 billion, covering a wide range of industries including insurance, plantation, manufacturing and shipping. He has been a regular speaker at numerous international, regional and national conferences, speaking on Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). He was previously engaged by BURSA from 2013 to 2016 to conduct awareness and education for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Audit Committee (AC) and board members on risk management and internal control assurance framework and was involved in the NIEW women directors’ training programme from 2013-2014. He was a Research Fellow in HELP University ELM Faculty.

Wee has sat on a number of public listed companies. In his capacity as a board member of these PLCs, he also chaired the Audit and Risk Management Board Committees.

Wee is as a board member and Audit and Risk Management Chair of MIMOS Berhad and chairs the Audit Committee of Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso). He was recently appointed as a Member of the Licensing and Air Traffic Rights Committee of the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM). MAVCOM is the national aviation regulatory body under the Malaysian Aviation Commission Act 2015 to regulate economic and commercial matters relating to civil aviation.

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60 minutes, either one-on-one or with the board & executive team of a particular company. Prepaid sessions are available at 1,3 & 5 package rates and can be utilised for one particular expert or a combination of multiple experts. Alternatively, you can add on additional hours, as and when required.

You can contact our Advisory Team for any questions you may have, or simply book a 15-minute Free Expert Discovery online session with [email protected] and we will be happy to provide support and advice to the areas of expertise you/your business will require.

As this is an On Demand Virtual Advice & Coaching, individuals/companies can schedule the 60-minute session once a week, every fortnight or month, depending on their needs and also subject to the availability of the experts.

For now, all sessions will be conducted online – through either our Zoom or Webex meeting platform. Secured access will only be provided to the registered individuals or representatives of the company.

In a typical 60-minute session, the ‘Expert’ (Facilitator) will invite the individual/company to speak briefly on the issue and this will be followed through by some questions by the facilitator. The facilitator will then provide some insights and directions, offer valuable tips, share useful resources, give guidance with technical aspects or facilitate a better understanding of the issue/problem that can lead to some recommendation of actionable plans and alternative solutions. The nature of the advisory will be dependent on each client and their unique situation.

Individuals/Companies will be required to send in their questions with sufficient background information, outline of the current situation and description of the issues/challenges they are facing. This should be submitted at least 7 days in advance to allow the subject matter experts ample time to review the scenario and prepare for the advisory session.

Ideally, the issue/problem is provided to the expert before the session, He/she will be able to facilitate and guide discussions with the individual/company, address the concerns and facilitate possible next action steps and solutions to these issues. The guided conversations will help the individual/company get better clarity and insights of their situation and bring in wider perspectives that will in turn generate multiple options for consideration.

For the one-on-ones, the session will seek to build greater leadership confidence, foster an innovative and change mindset to tackle the uncertain and unpredictable and maintain a strong mental health when making tough and excruciating choices.

If facilitated within the leadership team environment, the session can also be used to optimise team engagement and resilience through open deliberations on various scenario planning and assessment on what is mission-critical, prompting the necessary re-evaluation of strategies and plans, in light of the current context.

Each session can be used to address different issues/problems, or could also be structured as a follow-up from the previous session to monitor and review progress and movements on the strategic plans and roadmap set, especially in addressing any matters of concerns that has occurred during the implementation phase.

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