Chuu Ling Tan

Finance Director

Singapore

Chuu Ling oversees the financial management of Control Risks offices in Asia Pacific. She is a partner to business leaders in the region, providing commercial and strategic support.  Chuu Ling leads the finance teams in the region and provides guidance on planning and analysis, accounting, tax, treasury and business processes, in close collaboration with Group Finance.

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Chuu Ling oversees the financial management of Control Risks offices in Asia Pacific. She is a partner to business leaders in the region, providing commercial and strategic support.  Chuu Ling leads the finance teams in the region and provides guidance on planning and analysis, accounting, tax, treasury and business processes, in close collaboration with Group Finance.

Before joining Control Risks, Chuu Ling was the Regional Finance Director of Cargotec Corporation, responsible for financial and budgetary control of its offices in Asia Pacific, including leading on the investment and divestment review process in the region. She also has strong experience in the cargo handling, automotive and public sector.

Chuu Ling has a Bachelor of Accountancy from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.  She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation and is a member of CFA Institute. She holds professional memberships with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) and Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax professionals (SIATP) and is also an Associate in Risk Management, conferred by THE INSTITUTES (formerly known as AICPCU/IIA).  Chuu Ling is bilingual and is proficient in both English and Mandarin.


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