Alfred Chan is Executive Director of Imperial Consulting, Singapore. He has been in management consulting for over 20 years, with Arthur D. Little, Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), Arthur Andersen and KPMG, in the last two firms as a Partner and a Director respectively. Prior to management consulting, he was in investment banking with JP Morgan and DBS Bank. Mr Chan has an MBA (Finance Major) from Columbia Business School in New York and a BE (Hons) in electrical engineering from the University of Melbourne, earned under a Colombo Plan Scholarship.
In 2018, Imperial Consulting was acquired by Trainocate (www.trainocate.com), a regional IT training company based in Japan. As part of its strategic expansion, Trainocate was looking to diversify into the leadership and management development business through acquisitions in the Asia Pacific region. Trainocate is consolidating its leadership and management development activities under the brand name of Quintegral while its IT training business will continue under the brand name of Trainocate.
With the acquisition of Imperial Consulting, Quintegral now represents the American Management Association (www.amanet.org) in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Imperial Consulting represents the American Management Association (AMA) in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia. AMA is one of the largest leadership and management development organizations globally. Imperial Consulting offers AMA programs to clients as both open enrolment programs and customized in-house programs.
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