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Wen-Shien Chai

Wen-Shien Chai

Partner

Chai commenced his accounting career in 1995 and has extensive experience in auditing, accounting and finance after undertaking various roles across a wide range of industry groups in Malaysia, Laos and Australia.

During his time in Malaysia and Laos, Chai gained considerable experience within the commercial sector after working as an internal auditor and then as a financial executive/manager for KLSE listed group of companies.

Having migrated to Australia in 2002, Chai has worked exclusively as an auditor across various industry sectors including local government, not-for-profit and financial services.  Before joining Moore Australia (WA) as a partner in 2015, Chai was previously associated with Byfields and UHY Haines Norton Perth.

This breadth of roles and experience has given Chai a natural ability to quickly identify and understand key business risks and is capable of delivering value-add services on top of accounting and audit compliance.

In addition to Engllish, Chai is also well versed in Mandarin and Malay. With his unique background and language capabiltiy, he actively promotes the benefit of doing business in Australia (including capital market transactions and corporate events) throughout Asia, as the Chair of the National Asia Desk for Moore Australia. 

Chai's areas of expertise include:

  • ‚ÄčAudit and related assurance services to various types of organisations
  • Investigative audits and due diligence reports
  • Financial reporting and disclosures
  • Preparation and analysis of budgeting, cash flow and projections
  • Business and financial system reviews

Services

  • Asia Desk
  • Audit and Assurance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Forensic Accounting

Industries

  • Energy, Mining and Renewables
  • Health and Aged Care
  • Local Government
  • Manufacturing
  • Not-For-Profit
  • Property and Construction
  • Retail
  • Tourism and Hospitality