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.

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Michael J. Andrew (far right) who in 2011 became chairman of KPMG International. Picture : KPMG Facebook Singapore https://www.facebook.com/kpmgsg

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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