The Malaysian economy registered a stronger growth of 14.2% in the third quarter of 2022. According to RAM Rating Services’ Head of Economic Research, Woon Khai Jhek, Malaysia’s stellar growth in 2022 should provide a sturdy base for growth in a challenging 2023, albeit a slower one. With the imminent threat of a global recession, Malaysia’s economy will inevitably face downside risks in 2023. Further escalation of geopolitical tensions, supply chain disruptions, labour shortages and political uncertainty on the domestic front could also add pressure to 2023’s growth for the country.

However, even as economic uncertainties and headwinds are expected to intensify in 2023, there are opportunities to look forward to and the country’s growth is expected to resume after a mild downturn in 2023. Furthermore, with the new government elected during the 2022 General Election (GE 15), Malaysia’s federal budget for 2023 will be revised and re-tabled, which will impact the economy and businesses.

The macroeconomic uncertainty and on-going disruptions are continuing to drive finance leaders to accelerate technology adoption. In the race to innovate, automate and transform, and against the continuing uncertainty, how should finance leaders in Malaysia prioritise the many urgencies on the roadmap of growth and recovery?

Themed “Making Finance a Better Strategic Partner to Business”, FutureCFO Conference 2023 seeks to bring to the fore strategies, process transformation and technology innovations that aim to do just that – make finance, and the CFO, an even better strategic partner to business. Taking place on 14 June 2023, the 3rd Annual FutureCFO Malaysia Conference will gather over 120 top-tier finance professionals from multiple industries in Malaysia. This by-invitation senior finance executive gathering will address the business risks and opportunities, CFO’s top action plans to stay agile and drive business forward amidst continuing uncertainty and new challenges as well as strategies to confront challenges facing finance function post-digitalisation.

At this year’s in-person event, we will bring together some of the leading minds in finance in the country to solve real-world business problems today and seek to present use cases to answer critical challenges facing the various finance functions such as:

  • Managing the margin pressures in an inflationary environment
  • Making FP&A more predictive and agile
  • Automation to drive down cost
  • Narrowing the financial close and aiming to make it touch-less
  • Closing the talent hole and managing the AI generation



CFOs, MDs, VPs, Directors, Heads, GMs, and Senior Managers, involved in:

  • Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A)
  • Strategic Planning & Forecasting
  • Costing & Budgeting
  • Treasury Operations
  • Project Financing
  • Accounting and Reporting
  • Merger & Acquisition (M&A)
  • Investment / Portfolio Management
  • Auditing & Internal Control
  • Tax Governance
  • Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC)
  • Statutory & Regulatory Reporting
  • Fiscal Policy Planning
  • Financial Technology Solutions


The FutureCFO Conference aims to give CFOs, who also act as their company’s strategic business partner and catalyst, insights on ensuring corporate growth and successfully mitigating risks and challenges amidst the current economic and political uncertainties in their countries. The conference will also address strategies and best practices on how CFOs can reimagine finance functions and their organizations to survive and thrive in today’s fast-paced and digitally driven landscape.

This by-invitation only one-day event will gather over 120 senior finance leaders from multiple industries and offers the best opportunity to hear from the industry’s leading professionals, contribute questions from the floor, engage in incisive panel discussions that discuss real-life business cases, updates and strategies to meet the most pertinent challenges facing the finance function in 2020.

High-Level Industry Speakers

We gather 20+ industry speakers and experts from leading organizations for keynote presentations and incisive discussions so you can tap on their invaluable insights and best practices important to your finance function management and transformation.

Interactive Discussions

Be part of our interactive panel discussions that address the current hot topics, share ideas and experiences and get the answers to your pressing questions from prominent finance leaders on stage.

Networking Opportunities

Meet new business partners, engage and forge new connections with fellow finance and treasury leaders in the region, solution providers and many more at our event through luncheons, coffee breaks, one-to-one meetings and informal introductions.

Targeted In-Depth Sessions

8 hours of learning and networking opportunities packed into 10 in depth sessions. Listen to corporate-driven best practices and case studies sharing that are targeted to your profession through the personalized country-specific conferences we crafted for you - FutureCFO Conferences.




Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY


FIRESIDE CHAT I: Continuing the Pace of Change: Unlocking Growth Opportunities and Tackling Challenges in 2023

The confluence of rising inflation and interest rate, tensions in geopolitical, regulatory changes, energy security, foreign exchange volatility, supply chain disruptions as well as climate change risk had reshaped CFO’s responsibilities in magnitudes. With things are changing rapidly locally and globally, exacerbated by slowing growth, planning for 2023 is certainly not an easy task for finance leaders in Malaysia. CFOs are required to be agile and flexible to capture new opportunities especially with the potential shrinking in customer demands as the world is likely or already in recession.

  • Doing more with less in the growing volatility, uncertainty complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) environment
  • Managing the margin pressures: How can finance leaders help accelerate recovery?
  • Areas to raise and cut spending in 2023
  • Ensuring long-term sustainable growth post-pandemic
  • Project financing in 2023: Maximising access to capital amidst potential storm

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY

Jayanta Chatterjee, Head of Finance, METROD MALAYSIA


KEYNOTE I: Future of Finance – Tackling The Fundamentals

Global megatrends such as economic pressures, digital push, evolving customer landscapes and ever-changing regulatory environments drive the need for change and redefine the shape of the Future of Finance. However, many organisations must address fundamental core elements within the finance functions to embark on transformations, such as handling information, people readiness and adequacy, operating model definition, legacy policies and procedures, key data structures and many more. If not done well, these would eventually lead to transformation failures, misaligned expectations, loss of investments and underachieved benefits.

  • How best to begin your transformation journey
  • Addressing the fundamentals
  • Adopting new-age solutions sustainably to reap the maximum benefit and achieve your transformation goals

Lum Wai Leng, Senior Manager, Finance Competence Center, CBS CORPORATE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
Ryan Tan, Senior Manager, Finance Competence Center, CBS CORPORATE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS


PANEL DISCUSSION I: Digital Transformation and Reality Gap: What’s Next Post Digitalisation?

Digital transformation has saved many businesses when the pandemic struck. However, in reality, almost no organisation has finished their digitalisation journey. While most organisations are now more digitally mature and they are in the better position to thrive in the post-pandemic era, what businesses are asking for constantly evolves.

  • Advancing digitalisation initiatives vs. traditional work environments
  • Capitalising on digitalisation investment to stay resilient, flexible and efficient amidst escalating costs
  • Keeping up with digital acceleration while ensuring employee’s continuous engagement
  • Lesson learnt from 2022: What can be done differently in 2023?


Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY

Joanne Rodrigues, Group CFO, AFFIN BANK BERHAD
Gurmeet Singh, CFO, AIR ASIA SEA
Dileep Kannan, Regional Director – Grab for Business, GRAB
Colleen Wong, Financial Controller, HELP UNIVERSITY [Finalist for Controller of the Year Award and Winner of Digital Transformation Award at FUTURECFO Excellence Awards 2023]


KEYNOTE II: Leading Edge Finance: Evolving Focus on the Finance Function
  • Future trends impacting the global financial operations
  • Role of Autonomous Finance to deliver positive business impact
  • Operationalizing ESG in the enterprise

Ping Ling Yap Principal Solution Consultant – ASEAN ERPM SaaS Applications, ORACLE




FIRESIDE CHAT II: Aligning IT, Finance and Operational Strategies for Effective Planning: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Today’s business landscape is defined by perpetual uncertainty, and the most resilient companies share a common factor: They move quickly. The most effective executives focus on beating the odds by making bold moves an hard trade-offs early on as they align finance and operational plans, people, and data with the help of advanced technologies.

In session, we will learn how top-performing companies have successfully implemented these changes within their organizations. We will also explore best practices and lessons learned from their experiences.

Amol Sawaikar, Sales Director, Malaysia, ANAPLAN

Kevin Chong, Director, Group Digital and Analytics, EDOTCO GROUP
Aida Aziza Bt. M. Jamaludin, Head of Financial Accounting, Group Financial Control, PETRONAS


PANEL DISCUSSION II: More than Turnover and Profits: Making Finance a Better Strategic Partner to Business

This session will unfold the new expectations for finance role as strategic business partner and how to transform finance function into strategic business-partner, capable of providing critical supports and insights to deliver sustained profitable growth and seamless operational excellence.

  • Rewriting and solidifying finance function’s roles as the most trusted strategic business partner to capture new opportunities
  • Evolving transactional finance to value creation and become enterprise’s critical enablers
  • Up-skilling the finance team to leverage fully on digitalisation and better partner the business

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY

Adrine Ong, Finance Director, CLASSIC FINE FOODS MALAYSIA
John Cheong Tuck Kong, General Manager (Finance), STM LOTTERY
Lee Pei Lu, Finance Director, WARNER MUSIC MALAYSIA
Ralph Stein, Solution Architect Financial Reporting Applications, CCH®Tagetik, WOLTERS KLUWER


KEYNOTE III: Imagining the Finance of the Future – A Case Study from Roche Malaysia

Finance functions must evolve to keep pace with the constantly changing business environment. As the company’s custodian of performance which steers activities and resource allocation at the enterprise level to achieve strategic objectives, finance function needs to define and execute a vision that inspires employees to elevate their performance; while enabling the organisation to set clear targets for its near-term evolution. 

This session will present hypotheses for what a successful, value-adding finance function would look like in ten years. The six hypotheses for the future of finance

  • Challenges in realising the vision of finance of the future
  • Closing the gap between the status quo and the vision of the future
  • Implementing the finance of the future: How companies should think about evolving to ensure they are well positioned going forward
  • Roche Malaysia’s case study in realising the future of the finance function

Maximilian Herz, Finance and Partnering Director (CFO), ROCHE PHARMA MALAYSIA




KEYNOTE IV: Empowering Finance with Intelligent Automation and Analytics

By leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning, organizations can automate repetitive tasks, enhance efficiency, and reduce errors. Advanced analytics techniques enable the extraction of actionable insights from vast amounts of financial data, empowering finance professionals to make data-driven decisions, mitigate risks, and identify new opportunities.

This session explores the transformative potential of cutting-edge technologies in the financial sector. It also delves into the integration of intelligent automation and advanced analytics, revolutionizing financial processes and decision-making.

Greg Crowl, VP Solutions Engineering, APJ, KOFAX


PANEL DISCUSSION III: Ensuring Financial Resiliency in the Face of a Potential Economic Downturn

Pritika Bhattacharjee, Vice President, Research in the Gartner Finance Practice says: “CFOs are telling their FP&A leaders that they need to improve flexibility of budgeting and forecasting, enable faster capital reallocation, and updated financial models to reflect rapidly changing business realities”.

With economic activity slowing down, optimising sales is often a challenge for many businesses. As businesses enter into low-growth and high-cost setting, securing collections has become difficult and cash flows get increasingly difficult to predict.

  • Improving working capital and cash flow amidst high interest rate and squeezing credit to ensure business continuity
  • Transforming cost structures to operate efficiently and balance fluctuations
  • Creating more agile, scalable and flexible FP&A
  • Optimising business decisions and cash flows with AI/ML-driven scenario planning
  • Rolling forecasts and scenario planning to protect free cash flows and reserves

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY

Chong Soon Lock, Finance Director, ADIDAS MALAYSIA
David Chua, APAC Director (Controllership and Planning & Forecasting), HALEON
Suraya Mahmud, Head, Group Reporting and Corporate Planning, MALAYSIA AIRLINES [Winner of Finance Team of the Year Award at FUTURECFO Excellence Awards 2023]


FIRESIDE CHAT III: Monetising ESG: Measuring the Value of ESG Investments

Today’s CFOs are often tasked to ensure their organisation’s sustainable initiatives successful. With the myriad and speed of ESG developments, calculating the value of the return of ESG initiatives is difficult.

  • Stepping up enterprise’s ESG initiatives in a digital world
  • Managing the ESG’s values and risks as regulations and standards change
  • Tying the benefits of ESG back to the business’ financial returns and income statement
  • Leveraging technology to improve productivity, customer experience and intertwine these with ESG strategy

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY

Olivier Palermo, Professional Services Director, ESKER ASIA




KEYNOTE V: CFO’s Purpose-Driven Leadership: Overcoming Trust Deficit Challenges and Strengthening Business Confidence & Market Reputation

Reputation risk is the potential loss of financial and social capitals that will eventually result in declining share price due to damage to an organisation’s reputation in the market. Any breach of trust often sends a signal that a more widespread malpractice may yet be uncovered. This session discusses strategies for CFOs in building sustainable corporate trust cultures to preserve consumer and long-term investor’s loyalty

  • Evaluating rising trust deficit and its impact on brand and market reputation
  • CFO’s role in promoting a culture of fairness and prompt reporting of unethical practices
  • Establishing good corporate governance from the CFO’s seat
  • CFO’s guide in enforcing Corporate Liability Act
  • Building trust – With tighter regulatory discipline or market discipline?

Chari TVT, Board Member & Chairman of the Board Governance & Risk Committee, UEM SUNRISE BERHAD


PANEL DISCUSSION IV: The New Breed of Finance Team: How to Start a Team of Experts for the Future Finance

Gartner predicts that by 2024, 30% of organisation will implement and use AI-enabled processes within their financial management infrastructure. Also, 40% of organisations in service-oriented sectors will consolidate their core financial and operational solutions in a single ERP system.

To prepare for the future of finance and grow into an AI-driven finance function, CFOs will need to assemble a squad of finance employees that speak data and even write in Python.

  • The future of AI-driven finance organisation
  • Determining the needs and skills beyond accounting
  • Developing AI and data competency in the finance team
  • Finding and retaining digital skills: How to attract business-savvy and tech-savvy finance talents?
  • Managing the new breed of finance talents in Malaysia

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY

Klaus Heines, Director Financial Reporting, BASF ASIA-PACIFIC SERVICE CENTRE
Etienne Bonnancy, Finance Transformation Director, APAC, KERING
Bui Nguyen Hoang, VP Finance and Commercial, NS BLUESCOPE MALAYSIA






Adrine Ong

Finance Director


Aida Aziza Bt. M. Jamaludin

Head of Financial Accounting, Group Financial Control


Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief


Amol Sawaikar

Sales Director, Malaysia


Ang Kok Ching

Group CFO


Bui Nguyen Hoang

VP Finance and Commercial


Chari TVT

Board Member & Chairman of the Board Governance and Risk Committee


Chong Soon Lock

Finance Director


Colleen Wong

Financial Controller


David Chua

APAC Director (Controllership and Planning & Forecasting)


Dileep Kannan

Regional Director – Grab for Business


Etienne Bonnancy

Finance Transformation Director, APAC


Greg Crowl

VP Solutions Engineering, APJ


Gurmeet Singh



Jayanta Chatterjee

Head of Finance


Joanne Rodrigues

Group CFO


John Cheong Tuck Kong

General Manager (Finance)


Kevin Chong

Director, Group Digital and Analytics


Klaus Heines

Director Financial Reporting


Lee Pei Lu

Finance Director


Lum Wai Leng

Senior Manager, Finance Competence Center


Maximilian Herz

Finance and Partnering Director (CFO)


Olivier Palermo

Professional Services Director


Ping Ling Yap

Principal Solution Consultant – ASEAN ERPM SaaS Applications


Rafidah Jumal

VP FO Controller


Ralph Stein

Solution Architect Financial Reporting Applications, CCH®Tagetik


Ryan Tan

Senior Manager, Finance Competence Center


Suraya Mahmud

Head, Group Reporting and Corporate Planning

[Winner of Finance Team of the Year Award at FUTURECFO Excellence Awards 2023]

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