Teck Meng has more than 23 years experience in a wide range of corporate recovery and insolvency related engagements including compulsory and voluntary liquidations, bankruptcy and individual voluntary arrangements, receiverships, financial reviews and investigations. These engagements have involved distressed companies in various jurisdictions including Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Singapore and Malaysia.
Since moving to Hong Kong in 1999, Teck Meng has conducted numerous special financial reviews of distressed companies which include scrutinising a distressed company’s cash flow projections and performing sensitised cash flow projections for the purpose of setting out proposals to both the distressed company and its lending banks to facilitate a rehabilitation. He has also been involved in the disposal and dissolution of a number of Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises in the PRC.
He has also assumed responsibility for managing and supervising the liquidation of over 700 unconnected companies in the manufacturing, textile, construction, import and export and service industries, many of which are incorporated in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands or which have business operations in the PRC.
Teck Meng holds a bachelor degree in Commerce (Accounting & Finance) from The University of Western Australia and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance and Investment. In 1999, Teck Meng was awarded the Western Australian State Prize by the Securities Institute of Australia in recognition of his academic achievement in the topic of Futures Markets and Trading. He is a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia) and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants Insolvency Interest Group.