TGS welcomes a new member in Malaysia

Asia- Pacific New members

TGS TW PLT was founded by Managing Partner, Tan Tian Wooi CA(M), CPA(M) with a group of like-minded partners who have come together to provide a comprehensive set of cost-effective solutions and deliver “one-stop” services to the clients, based on in-depth knowledge and experience on a broad range of auditing, taxation, accounting, business management and IT consulting services. They have two offices in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and second-largest city in Malaysia, Penang.

Tan Tian Wooi is an expert in Assurance practice, evident through his outstanding records of providing Audit, Compliance & Business Advisory Services for the past 25 years. He has varied experience in all audit, investigation, due diligence and business consultancy and through the years, his expertise opened doors for him to serve in the areas of audit, corporate finance, corporate governance and various capacities in listed companies, banks, government agencies, trust, societies and multinational companies of various industries.

We believe with the membership of TGS Global will give us a better business position to provide the confidence level to our clients. As one of the TGS member firms, we will continue to build strong business relationships in order to provide value added to our clients

Tan Tian Wooi, Managing Partner

Main services

TGS TW PLT is equipped with state-of-the-art tools and techniques along with dedicated professionals to evaluate potential opportunities and risks; delivering effective auditing and assurance services. They understand the need for value-adding auditing and assurance services that focus on the scope of business improvement on top of preparing financial statements and reporting on figures.

  • Audit and Assurance
  • Taxation
  • Accounting
  • Business consulting services


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