Lim Chor Ghee

General Director
Tricor Vietnam

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Based in Vietnam since 2007, Chor Ghee has supported foreign companies in entering Vietnam through M&A and investment licensing application, as well as providing company secretarial, taxation, accounting, payroll and business advisory services. His forte is in structuring cross border investment and advising on financial and tax strategies.

He has successfully developed an advisory and accountancy practice that has since 2014 joint ventured with Tricor Group to form Tricor Vietnam. Tricor Vietnam has more than 70 employees operating from Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Danang and serves a diverse client portfolio ranging from manufacturing, renewable energy, trading / distribution, real estate, construction, services and e-commerce.

Tricor Group is Asia’s largest integrated Business, Corporate and Investor Services

Chor Ghee is also the Co-Founder of IMM Group, an established wealth management and migration boutique serving Vietnamese HNWs.

Prior to starting his business ventures in Vietnam, Chor Ghee worked in professional practice and commerce. He started his accounting and advisory career with a Big 4 firm in 1993, joined a Hong Kong-public listed hospitality / leisure group in 1996 and left as the Group’s Vice President (Legal and Corporate Affairs).

Chor Ghee is a member of CPA Australia, Malaysian Institute of Accountants and Chartered Institute of Taxation.

A holder of Master of Business Administration (Distinction) degree from Heriot Watt University, Master of International Studies (in Political Economy and International Relations) degree from the University of Sydney, Postgraduate Certificate in Electronic Business from the University of Southern Queensland, and Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne, he is a well sought after speaker and is an Adjunct Professor with the Management & Science University of Malaysia and a visiting postgraduate lecturer in accounting and finance with the University of Western Sydney / University of Economics of Ho Chi Minh City.