Deputy Director
Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants

ISCA is the national accountancy body of Singapore. There are over 32,000 ISCA members making their stride in businesses across industries in Singapore and around the world.

Ju May heads ISCA’s Corporate Reporting & Ethics Division (CoRE), which provides technical support in areas of financial reporting, sustainability reporting, ethics and specialised industries such as capital markets, banking and finance, insurance and insolvency; and communicates insights and views to ISCA’s members and the wider accountancy community.

Through various technical committees that comprise representatives from various stakeholders in the corporate reporting eco-system, CoRE hears issues from the ground and conceives initiatives to promote and enhance quality, consistency and best practices to uphold technical excellence.

Ju May is the author of ISCA’s Micro Accounting Model (MAM), a self-contained framework to assist businesses take the first but important step in preparing reliable financial information. She also authored other ISCA publications such as Sustainability Reporting Implementation Roadmap, CFOs for Sustainability Reporting Roundtable Report and various others.

Before joining ISCA, Ju May was an auditor with firms such as PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young. She holds a Bachelor in Economics, Accounting & Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science.