29 Jun Sharath Martin
Regional Consultant, Policy
Sharath Martin is ACCA’s Regional Consultant, Policy, involved in thought leadership and professional insights on contemporary business issues. He works with key stakeholders to identify and drive research initiatives that provide evidence-based policy and thinking impacting the business community, public sector and the profession in Asia Pacific.
Prior to joining ACCA, Sharath held senior risk and strategy related roles to optimize revenue and profitability in intensely competitive markets. These included with Ernst & Young, a large listed palm oil producer and the Malaysian capital market regulator.
Having witnessed and worked through both the Asian Financial Crisis and the Global Financial Crisis, Sharath is a strong advocate for moving the impetus from ‘Governance to Compliance’ to ‘Governance for Performance’. He passionately believes in the need for Asian businesses to adopt brand-building to foster long term sustainability and governance, and compete effectively in the 21st century regional and global market place.
Sharath has a Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Strategy, with Distinction, from the University of Oxford, Said Business School and is a Fellow of the UK Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
Sharath Martin will be appearing in the following sessions:
China’s Belt & Road Initiative: The Opportunity for Countries in the Region
LogiSYM Malaysia 2018: Day 1 - 24th July, 13:30–14:20, Interactive Panel Discussion
This hybrid panel will feature an opening presentation by Ton Van den Bosch. The Belt & Road initiative and its impact on terminal development and…