Gillian Ng is Senior Director of Corporate Governance and Sustainability at the Iclif Executive Education Center of the Asian School of Business. She heads the team that is responsible for the running of a whole host of corporate governance programs including the Financial Institutions Directors’ Education (FIDE) program, the Mandatory Accreditation Program (MAP), the Money Services Business Directors’ Education Program (MDEP) and the Shariah Leaders Education program for shariah committee members of Islamic financial institutions. Gillian is the Lead Faculty for MDEP. She also teaches in the Pathway to a Governance Practitioner Program namely the Risk Management module and other custom-built programs.
Before that, she was in Bank Negara Malaysia and was in the Prudential Financial Policy Department where the area of work tasked under her was to improve the level of Corporate Governance in the financial sector. She has also had more than 20 years of experience in the area of Statutory and Internal Auditing, Forensic Investigations and setting up Enterprise Risk Management Systems for various Public Listed Companies. Gillian was recently appointed to the National Mirrors Committee (Governance of Organizations Committee) under the ambit of the Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) and heads the Secretariat team to the National Special Committee on Corporate Governance (NSCCG) which is the Committee reporting to the Special Committee on Anti-Corruption led by the Prime Minister.
Gillian holds a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Accounting and Business Administration from the Strathclyde Business School in Glasgow where she was awarded a Best in Class Scholarship. She also completed her Certified Public Accounting (MICPA) exams and was a PWC Silver medallist for the subject of Management Information Systems. In November 2017, Gillian was awarded the FT Non-Executive Director Program (Level 7) Diploma (with a score of 100% for every module).