KPMG in Singapore

Pang Thye Ong (M)

Managing Partner

At KPMG, inclusion and diversity are both a business and moral imperative that allows us to stand up for what is right. Gender equality is one of the key pillars that we focus on, in our inclusion and diversity strategy. It is important that our employees are treated equally and fairly, and can bring their authentic selves to work. We have relevant policies and structures in place to support our inclusion goals and some examples include our women and caregivers employee resource groups and our Women Corporate Directors Programme. I believe that by adopting the Women’s Empowerment Principles, we will be able to further enhance our policies to ensure that we continue to thrive as an inclusive and diverse employee, and eventually grow to be a leader in this space.

General Information

WEPs signatory since 17 September 2021
Private F/M
1001-5000 employees


Consumer Finance


Asia and the Pacific