Jessica Lau
Principal - Melbourne

Jessica has extensive experience in delivering external audit and assurance services to publicly listed companies, large private companies and not-for-profit organisations.

Jessica has key alliances with Melbourne based Asian business groups and has served on the Board for the Chinese Association of Victoria. With a wide-spanning network, Jessica has also hosted a number of industry updates allowing Asian businesses to connect and share insights.

“I find it very rewarding to be part of a client's growth journey. Having worked with diverse clients from start-ups to entities undergoing mergers and acquisitions or IPO, my focus is always to understand the client’s needs and provide practical and effective solutions to ensure their growth journey is a seamless process.”

Jessica can deliver audit services to a wide variety of clients but holds extensive experience in the Health, Information Technology and Not-for-Profit industries as well as operations based in Asia.

Outside of work, Jessica enjoys exploring new cities and culture. Combining her career with a passion for travel, she has worked abroad in New York City and has completed global assignments in China, Japan, Taiwan and Malaysia. Jessica has also participated in the Victoria-Jiangsu Business Exchange Program to engage and connect with Jiangsu businesses.



Conversant in Mandarin and Malay languages, Jessica provides specialist audit services to her wide range of clients. Significant projects include:

  • Managed due diligence audit for the acquisition of an Australian group with revenue over A$200m by a foreign-controlled enterprise;
  • Managed the due diligence audit for the acquisition of a local travel group by an Asian conglomerate;
  • Led audit engagements for companies undergoing IPO process to a successful listing on the ASX;
  • Led and coordinated global engagements for multi-national clients.


  • Member,  Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand


  • Bachelor of Commerce - The University of Melbourne 


  • Mandarin and Malay

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