Five years with a Big 4 company as an auditor. As a supervisor auditor, Shotiga’s role included reviewing company internal controls, determining weaknesses, and providing recommendations. She also provided statutory audits and performed substantive tests in accordance with local regulatory and accounting standards as well as international accounting standards.
Fourteen years as a financial advisor. Assignments included evaluating accounting and internal controls for clients; financial and tax due diligence for mergers and acquisitions; cash monitoring and performance reviews of listed and non-listed companies; loan portfolio reviews of large Thai banks for investment purposes; industry analysis; and reviews and assessments of valuation methods carried out by other professional firms.
Direct involvement in real estate, garment, worldwide web, retail, paper, manufacturing, power generation, steel, exhibition and hospitality sectors.
Financial advisor to large financial institutions, commercial banks and state asset management corporations assisting in the review, valuation and sale of non-performing loan portfolios. This involved controlling work plans and bidding processes, the design of bid management strategies, documentation (TOR, ASPA), coordinating with potential buyers and executing sales.