At a time when western economies are weighed down by worries and positive signs are scarce, international investors have been seeking more opportunities in Asia and new emerging markets.

Michael J. Andrew (far right) who in 2011 became chairman of KPMG International. Picture : KPMG Facebook Singapore

Riding that wave — if not ahead of it — is Michael J. Andrew, who in 2011 became chairman of KPMG International. Working out of Hong Kong, he is the only head of a “Big Four” accounting firm to be based in Asia Pacific.

via West moves East | Bangkok Post: business.

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