National Economics University (NEU, Vietnam), in collaboration with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW, the United Kingdom) and Cardiff Metropolitan University (the United Kingdom), are organizing an International Conference on finance, accounting and auditing which will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam ơn 23rd November 2018 under the theme Accounting, Auditing and Finance in the Digital Age.

The School of Accounting and Auditing (SAA) of NEU will host the International Conference (ICFAA – 2018) in order to promote academic scientists and researchers to share, exchange and discuss new ideas, grounds, premises and findings in the field of accounting, auditing and finance.

Mr. Mark Billington
FCA, Regional Director, ICAEW South East Asia.

Mark has been the Regional Director, South East Asia since 2009. He leads all ICAEW activities across ASEAN and is focused on building out the brand across all markets in the region. After qualifying as an ICAEW Chartered Accountant in 1990, Mark worked in a variety of industry verticals in the Telecoms sector for multi-national, national and start-up companies.

From 2003-2007 Mark was the CEO of O2 (Asia Pacific & Middle East) based in Singapore where he was responsible for the creation of a premium brand in Asia as well as dealing with the supply chain of O2 into Greater China valued at over US$500m. Prior to this Mark was the COO and SVP for O2 (Netherlands) and oversaw one of the largest outsourcing telecoms deals in Europe during that period valued at €1bn. Before joining O2 Mark held a variety of roles in British Telecom plc including responsibility for strategic investments in France valued at over £4bn.

Mark has over twenty years of experience in evaluating and managing large, complex deals and organizations, and is a frequent speaker and commentator in the region. He currently sits on the Singapore Accountancy Commission’s Productivity Advisory Committee having previously sat on the Research Centre and Development Fund Committee.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wang Jiwei

Programme Director for Master of Professional Accounting and Master of Science in Accounting (Data and Analytics) at the Singapore Management University (SMU)

Dr. Wang Jiwei is Associate Professor of Accounting (Practice) at the Singapore Management University (SMU). He is also the Programme Director for Master of Professional Accounting and Master of Science in Accounting (Data and Analytics) at SMU. Dr Wang has about 20 years' industry and academia experience in corporate reporting, financial analytics and business valuation. Dr Wang has been doing applied accounting and finance research on international accounting standards, corporate governance and capital market regulations. He published research papers in prestigious international journals such as China Economic Review, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Journal of Business Ethics. He is currently the Judging Panel member of the Singapore Best Annual Report Award. His research has been profiled in the Financial Times, the Straits Times and other local and international media.

Confirmed speaker

Dr. Marko S Hermawan, Head of Program of the International Business Program at Binus University International (Indonesia).

Marko has worked in various industries for more than 10 years, mostly as an accountant. During that period, his works were related to IT, pharmaceutical and education industries. He is well-versed in the usage of accounting software, including lecturing MYOB (a business software & accounting solutions) for undergraduate student, and enable in creating a company through to its use in problem-solving matters. Prior to his current position, Marko was assigned as the Head of Program of the undergraduate school of Accounting and Finance in Binus University International from 2009-2011. After finishing his Ph.D. degree, Marko becomes the Head of Program of the International Business program at Binus University International. His main role is to organize study and curriculum mapping, handling students and coordinating lecturer class assignments.