Megan Mulia

Megan has more than 20 years’ experience in the strategic management of market intelligence, advisory services and business development. Megan was based in Asia for 14 years, managing commercial licences and providing market insight for firms such as Factiva, Thomson Reuters, and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC Singapore). Megan also held a Director role with KPMG Singapore as part of a Economic Development Board (EDB) supported initiative to drive business advisory services in the broader Asia region, through thought leadership and C-Level partnerships. Megan has held additional positions with Bloomberg and Reuters Asia.

Drawing on her experience and extensive networks across Asia, Megan brings a unique perspective to the market requirements of companies active in the region. Megan has successfully led commercial outcomes for some of Australia’s and Asia’s leading corporate brands. She has managed a variety of commercial relationships in India, including the Bombay Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange of India, CRISIL, The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Economic Times and Business Standard, among others. She has spent considerable time in market in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai supporting these commercial agreements.

Prior to joining PwC Australia, Megan was the Director of Research and Information at Asialink Business, where she led the development of client-led strategic projects. Megan delivered innovative solutions for Australian clients in Asia and formulated bespoke market entry and assessment strategies. Megan supported clients with their needs and gaps analyses, market assessment reports (including regulatory and policy issues) and market risk profiles.

Megan advances her industry insights and maintains her wide networks through frequent visits to markets across the Asia region. Megan continues to be a leading voice across Australia’s engagement with Asia and has featured in CEDA’s Outbound Investment report, ANZ Blue Notes, AICD Directors Magazine and on ABC News. Megan speaks Indonesian and basic Vietnamese.

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