Our Industries

The depth and breadth of our industry-focused services mean that we look at the business issues - not just accounting and auditing matters - while taking into consideration industry risks and challenges. Together, our 2,030 people, deployed across our six cities can both zoom out and see the big picture and zoom in on the right solution.

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Oil & Gas

Globally, the oil and gas industry continues to experience price volatilities, technological advancements and regulatory changes. Global crude oil prices continue to increase due to supply constraints, lack of skilled manpower as well as increasing costs of exploration and production. In response, energy and utility companies are focused on performance improvements and driving costs down. Learn more

Financial Services

Banking & capital markets, insurance, investment management

Globalisation, consolidation and convergence are reshaping the Malaysian Financial Services industry. The Malaysian Islamic financial sector is seen as one of the most progressive and attractive in the world given the numerous incentives planned and further liberation in the coming years. Read more: Islamic Banking

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Government

Federal government, state government, statutory bodies

Stimulating the economy, globalisation, creating an innovative society. These are some of the challenges at the doorstep of our public sector organisations. Today, more than ever, the public sector needs to adjust to the complexities of dealing with uncertainty while staying relevant and delivering affordable services to the rakyat. Learn more

Telecommunications, Information Communications & Entertainment

Telecommunications

The telecommunications industry is expected to see healthy growth but stiffer competition for both new and established industry players. With broadband penetration rates of just 5% per 100 inhabitants in 2007, broadband services will further drive the industry's growth. The Malaysian government together with the state-owned telecom operator has committed to invest some RM15.2 billion in developing a high-speed broadband infrastructure to selected parts of the country over a period of 10 years.

Media & broadcasting

On the other hand, the media industry is challenged by the rapidly changing environment, birth of new digital technologies and advertising money diverting to new media platforms on the internet. The local media industry has yet to capitalise on the full potential of the internet which will remain the fastest and the next powerful media platform, globally. Learn more