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Board of Directors | 2011 Annual Report | Our organisation | About us
www.thinkpluscreate.com.au, 28 June 2013 [cached]
Christina Foo, FCPA
Christina Foo is Managing Director of Priority One, a consulting firm providing strategic business building solutions.
has over 26 years' experience in professional services and the private sector.
She is formerly a Director of Ernst & Young in Malaysia.
Christina has served on the Malaysian Divisional Council and was President of that division.
She was also the Vice-President of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants and a Board Director of the Confederation of Asia and Pacific Accountants.
Apart from her other Board directorships, she is currently a member of IFAC's Small and Medium Practices Committee.
Christina was appointed a Board Director in 2007 and serves on the Finance Committee.
'The global shortage of accountants is ...
gfc.cpaaustralia.com.au, 26 April 2008 [cached]
'The global shortage of accountants is a very real issue that cuts across a broad spectrum of industries,' said CPA Australia Malaysia Division President Christina Foo.
'Armed with the right training and academic background, CPA Australia
members have a high level of professionalism to offer to employers,' said Christina
, adding that CPA Australia continually supports its members to be effective strategic resource managers through its training programs and information channels.
Figures show more women choose accounting | Media releases 2010 | Media releases | News & media
cpaaustralia.com.au, 4 Mar 2010 [cached]
Christina Foo, a board director at CPA Australia and managing director of Priority One Consulting Services in Malaysia, said female finance managers who combined their technical, interpersonal and leadership skills were leading businesses with great success.
'Accounting skills have given many women the opportunity to have a flexible and portable career in business and finance in whichever industry they choose,' she
KUALA LUMPUR: Investors must take ...
www.theedgedaily.com, 8 June 2008 [cached]
KUALA LUMPUR: Investors must take ownership in gaining financial literacy before parking their investments in the capital market, said Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) Australia (Malaysia division) president Christina Foo. She
said investors and shareholders of public-listed companies should arm themselves with financial education instead of depending solely on accountants to make decisions for them.
"When bad decisions are made, we can't lay blame on one particular group of people. (Therefore), we would like to call for greater awareness in education for laymen investors," she
told The Edge Financial Daily on the sidelines of the CPA Australia 12th Asian Regional Conference here yesterday.
...Commenting on the various accounting irregularities that had surfaced on the local front recently, Foo, who is also a council member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), said it was inevitable that some would try to find ways to manipulate financial statements.
would monitor closely the conduct of accountants and auditors to maintain public confidence in the profession. "MIA is empowered as a regulator of the profession and therefore we look to MIA to take appropriate action against members that have strayed," she said, adding that stricter monitoring and disciplinary action might deter some impropriety from happening. Foo
added that separate regulators such as the Securities Commission
that operated outside the profession was essential to intervene in jurisdictions beyond the powers of MIA
"However, if a matter is brought to the attention of MIA
first, then MIA
must step in to address the issue and not wait for other regulators to take action," she
Managing director of Priority One ...
www.btimes.com.my, 21 Mar 2007 [cached]
Managing director of Priority One Consultancy Services Christina Foo takes over as president
...CPA AUSTRALIA'S Malaysia Division
has announced its line up of office bearers for 2007/08, headed by Christina Foo
as president and Rusman Amir Zaihan as deputy president.
...Christina is the managing director of Priority One Consultancy Services Sdn Bhd and a former director, business development at Ernst & Young, Malaysia.
Priority One is a Kuching based boutique consulting firm covering a broad spectrum of industries both in the public and private sectors in the areas of taxation, financial, marketing, human resource and organisation advisory services.During the next 12 months Christina will oversee the professional body's strategic focus on enhancing member services and continuing professional development programmes.She will lead the division's 7,700 members and chair its events committee.
"I'm delighted to be appointed as the president of CPA Australia Malaysia Division
.This is one of the most important positions within the professional accounting sector in Malaysia so I am truly honoured to have been given this opportunity," Christina
said in a statement.
The new office bearers were elected in accordance with CPA Australia's
Constitution immediately following the conclusion of the division's first annual general meeting.