DR. AMY LIM
Dr. AMY, an accountant by profession, is a Chartered Accountant of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants of United Kingdom (FCCA), a member of Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA) a member of the Certified Practising Accountants Australia (CPA Australia) and ASEAN Chartered Professional Accountants (ASEAN CPA). She is also a member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Malaysia (“IPAM”) and INSOL International of United Kingdom. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Administration (Major in Finance) from a local university.
Dr. Amy has over 35 years of corporate receivership and liquidation experiences in diversified industries, external auditing, management consultancy, financial advisory, investigation, corporate restructuring and turn-around management. She is an Approved Liquidator under the Ministry of Finance, Malaysia.
In March 2006, she was appointed by the Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board as a member of the Disciplinary Committee Panel pursuant to Section 96 of the Legal Professional Act 1976 and continuing to serve as the committee until today.
In November 2007, she was invited to serve as a co-opted member of the Insolvency Practice Committee of the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants and has since been serving the Institute until today.
In January 2010, she was appointed by the Malaysian Institute of Accountants as a member of the Insolvency Practice Sub-Committee (IPC), which is one of the Sub-Committee under the Institute’s Public Practice Committee.
In August 2010, she was invited to serve as a Member of INTI Education Group Industry Advisory Board for Faculty of Business, Accounting and Finance and continuing to serve as the IAB.
In August 2016, HELP University has appointed her as an Industry Advisory Board for Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting.
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