Accenture appoints new leadership roles in South East Asia and Singapore

The company has named Ng Wee Wei as the Market Unit Lead for South East Asia, with Mark Tham to succeed Ng as Country Managing Director.
By: | May 12, 2023

Accenture has announced two new leadership positions for South East Asia and Singapore. The company has named Ng Wee Wei as the Market Unit Lead for Accenture in South East Asia. She has been responsible for the company’s growth in this fast-growing region and will work closely with clients to solve their most pressing business challenges. Previously, she served as the Country Managing Director for Accenture in Singapore and led the Health and Public Service Client Service Group in Southeast Asia. Ng joined Accenture in 1995 and has spent the majority of her career working with clients across industries and governments on iconic projects.

Mark Tham will be succeeding Ng’s previous role as Country Managing Director for Accenture in Singapore. He will be responsible for leading and growing Accenture’s business in Singapore and advancing strategic initiatives in this important market. He previously served as the Health and Public Services Lead for South East Asia, working on major transformation initiatives, including assisting public service organisations in implementing complex and mission-critical solutions in Australia, Brunei, Vietnam, and Singapore.

READ MORE: Unlocking growth: How high-res CHROs drive long-term success

“I look forward to working with Mark, and the rest of the country leadership teams in South East Asia, and all of our people who are doing amazing work every day helping clients reinvent themselves to drive resiliency and growth, and create impact in our communities,” said Ng.