Ha Thu Thanh, Deloitte Vietnam
Madam Ha Thu Thanh is the Chairperson and one of the founders of Deloitte Vietnam. She was one of the first five Vietnamese to study auditing in the United States, became a Certified Public Account (CPA), and made significant contributions to the development of the auditing and advisory sectors in Vietnam.
She has over 35 years of experience in the fields of accounting, auditing and advisory, including more than 27 years in corporate governance and providing quality control of services to many large corporations of Vietnam, multinational companies, foreign invested enterprises and listed companies.
In addition to her current position at Deloitte, Madam Thanh has contributed greatly to the development of Vietnam’s market economy and society through her key roles in a number of organizations, including the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD), Vietnam Institute of Directors (VIOD), Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange’s Market Development Advisory Council, Vietnam Association of Certified Public Accountants (VACPA), Vietnam Business Coalition for Women Empowerment (VBCWE), Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU), Center for Social Initiatives Promotion (CSIP), and Vietnam Association for Women Entrepreneurs (VAWE).
Madam Thanh was one of the first Vietnamese people to earn an MBA degree from the University of Hawaii (USA) and was one of several outstanding alumni who was presented “Hall of Honor Award” by the university. She was voted one of the “50 most influential Women in Vietnam” by Forbes in 2017 & 2019, and awarded the “Asia Pacific Entrepreneur Award” by Enterprise Asia in 2017.
She also holds a number of significant industry qualifications, including a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting, a Bachelor of Law, and Certified Public Accountant in Vietnam and Australia. She also holds a Certificate in Legal Practice.
She is a longtime member and a great supporter of AmCham Hanoi. She currently serves on the board of governors and looks forward to continuing her service if reelected.