Assurance

Helping you navigate regulatory complexity and strengthen trust and transparency

How we can help you

A lot of what we do in Assurance is about inspiring confidence and building trust – giving that added credibility to information exchanged in an increasingly transparent market.

You may be thinking of ways to improve the quality of your external financial reports, or working hard to adapt to new reporting requirements. What we try to do, beyond our reporting responsibility, is to share with you our insights and experience to ease you through the process. Whoever you may be, we make it a point to get to know you and your business, so that we can help you to better prepare for the future.

Our services go beyond statutory and compliance matters. The call for greater transparency, improved corporate governance and better business agility and resilience, has allowed us to foster new, rewarding relationships with our clients.

We currently serve many leading companies listed on Bursa Malaysia and emerging Malaysian multinational and growing businesses. Explore further to learn about what we can do to help you.


Related media coverage

PwC: Building confidence via sustainability assurance (Borneo Post Online)

Sustainability assurance is recommended for Malaysian companies as it can strengthen reporting integrity and credibility while helping to distinguish one corporate sustainability report from the rest, says Assurance Executive Director Michelle Chang. Sustainability assurance ensures stakeholders are provided with information they can trust, which could help increase a company's value, says Assurance Manager Syahrir Iman Suib.

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Broad impact expected from IFRS 9 (Focus Malaysia)

With the implementation of IFRS 9 causing banks to potentially make changes to their repayment schedules, maturity and even pricing strategies on borrowers with high credit risks, customers should be prepared for an eventual transfer of costs to them, says PwC Malaysia Assurance Partner Elaine Ng.

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More clarity with ‘Key Audit Matters’ (The Edge)

Stakeholders should understand that Key Audit Matters (KAMs) are not "new conclusions" or "new opinions" given by auditors, and must move away from the mindset that KAMs often indicate that something is wrong in a company's financial statements, says Lee Tuck Heng, PwC Malaysia Assurance Partner, in his capacity as the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) Auditing and Assurance Standards Board Chairman.

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Soo Hoo Khoon Yean
Assurance Leader, PwC Malaysia
Tel: +60 (3) 2173 0762
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