Mr Ching Mia Kuang’s 26 years career has spanned across various industries. From 1990 to 1991, he served in a Big6 accounting firm in Singapore. Thereafter in 1992, he joined the renowned Singapore Airlines (SIA) and took charge of the Singapore HQ accounting functions of the European stations such as London, Zurich, Paris, Rome, Athens and etc. He was also involved in the setup of the Madrid station.
In 1994, Mia Kuang joined Fullmark Pte Ltd as the CFO. His responsibilities cover China, USA, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Vietnam besides the Singapore HQ. Over and above the routine CFO functions, Mia Kuang’s key roles include strategic investments, treasury, group corporate finance and M&A.
In 1997, Mia Kuang was recruited by Port of Singapore Authority (PSA Corporation) and specifically assigned to be the Chief Accountant of the flagship joint venture, Dalian Container Terminal (DCT). DCT is a JV between Dalian Port Authority, PSA Corporation and Denmark’s Maersk Shipping Corporation. During his tenure as the Chief Accountant, DCT was awarded the title of “Fast Emerging Port” by London’s Lloyd List. Mia Kuang had been instrumental in DCT’s achievement of operational efficiency, profitability and returns of capital employed.
In 2001, when China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO), Mia Kuang teamed up with his friends to setup SBA (SinoBusiness Advisory Company) in Shanghai. From the beginning of 6 people, it eventually grew to 260 people in 2011, covering Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu and Tianjin. The company pioneered the development of professional finance and accounting services for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in China. Initially, Mia Kuang took charge of the corporate finance and M&A businesses. He subsequently managed the entire company and established specific businesses covering the accounting, corporate secretarial, tax advisory, payroll and HR services etc.
At the beginning of 2012, Mia Kuang divested his investment in SBA. In late 2013, he founded LE YU Corporate Advisory Group.