Len Jui

Len Jui

Country: China

Len Jui became a member of the IAASB in January 2017. He was nominated by the Transnational Auditors Committee.

Mr. Jui is the Head of the Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs and Partner-In-Charge of the Department of Professional Practice – Audit (Mainland China) at KPMG-China. He is also the KPMG Asia-Pacific Lead on Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs and a member of the KPMG Global Regulatory Steering Group. He was previously a partner in the KPMG-US National office.

Mr. Jui previously served as a Technical Advisor on the IAASB and IFAC Board, and was an International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) representative member on the IAASB’s and International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants’ Consultative Advisory Groups.

Prior to joining KPMG, Mr. Jui was an Associate Chief Accountant in the Office of the Chief Accountant at the US Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC, where he focused on international accounting and auditing standards, international audit regulation, and the work of IOSCO.

Mr. Jui is currently the Vice Chair of CPA Australia Northern China Committee and a member of Chartered Global Management Accountant North Asia 100 Think Tank , and serves as policy advisor to the China Ministry of Finance and China Securities and Regulatory Commission on international regulatory issues relating to the accounting profession.

Mr. Jui has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Miami (US). He is a Certified Public Accountant in Florida, and a member of the American Institute of CPAs, CGMA, and a Fellow member of CPA Australia.

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