Feb 2013

LSBF Appoints Deloitte Principal Mr Hugo Walkinshaw as the 1st Member of the LSBF in Singapore Advisory Board

LSBF in Singapore is honoured to welcome Mr Hugo Walkinshaw as the 1st member of LSBF in Singapore Advisory Board.

As a Principal of Deloitte’s Southeast Asia Regional Consulting team, Mr Walkinshaw brings with him over twenty years of management consulting experience and has provided valuable insights and advice to clients across the Asia Pacific region, as well as in the US and Europe.

From an Asia Pacific perspective he leads the regional Finance and HR Transformation practices, as well as Deloitte’s overall Business Consulting services covering Strategy, Operations and Human Capital in Southeast Asia.  

His consulting expertise spans over areas such as corporate strategy, functional transformation, operations improvement, systems implementation, performance measurement and cost management, shared services and outsourcing advisory, and customers and markets strategies.

Elisabetta Ceragioli, Managing Director of Southeast Asia, LSBF in Singapore, said: “LSBF in Singapore is committed to grooming our students for leadership, excellence and success in the business and finance sectors. We firmly believe that Mr Walkinshaw’s wealth of experience and leadership will help to elevate LSBF in Singapore’s profile in the finance and accounting industry.”  

In this new appointment, Mr Walkinshaw will share in the institute’s vision to help shape education for the future generation of business leaders and will play an important role in providing the institute with guidance and direction to its plans and developments towards becoming a world class education provider.

Mr Walkinshaw is a Management Accountant by training, and is a Modern History graduate from Exeter University. He has spent the last eighteen years living and working in Asia, and is currently based in Singapore. Aside from his advisory role with LSBF in Singapore, he also serves on the board of the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and the regional Southeast Asia board for the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

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