By: Marc Mangubat | 17 Aug 2020


Roman Felipe S. Reyes is an Independent Non-Executive Director
of Converge ICT Solutions. Mr. Reyes is the Founding Partner & Chairman of
Reyes Tacandong & Co. Prior to founding Reyes Tacandong & Co., he
served as the Senior Partner at Sycip Gorres Velayo & Co, the Philippine
practice of Ernst & Young Global Limited (“E&Y Philippines”), for 25
years. He was also the Vice Chairman for Client Services and Accounts, Head of
the Japan Business Services, Head of E&Y Philippines’ highest revenue
generating business unit, and member of the Management and Operations
Committees of E&Y Philippines.

Currently, Mr. Reyes is a member of the board of directors in Philippine Geothermal
Production Company, Pakistan International Container Terminal Limited, RPN 9,
FF Cruz & Co., Inc., Pasudeco, All-Asian Countertrade, Premium Leisure
Corp. and a member of the board of trustees in San Beda University, Manila, the
Philippines and San Beda College Alabang, the Philippines.

Mr. Reyes is a Certified Public Accountant. He graduated from San Beda College in
1972, where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, major in Accounting.
He received his Master’s degree in Business Administration, concentration in
Finance from the University of Detroit, Michigan, USA in 1975.


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