Miranda Siow is an Australian-born writer, who has lived in London since 2004.
Her expertise extends across a number of areas, from accounting, finance, risk, consulting, regulation, publishing, law and education, to volunteering in the charity sector. Miranda has been a member of numerous committees in financial institutions. She has also qualified as a lawyer.
Other achievements include successful referral to government to change its approach on a tax law in Australia. Her first published interview was with American lawyer and academic, Ed Kleinbard, on becoming the chief of staff of the US Joint
Committee on Taxation. Miranda also organised and attended tri-party meetings with Japanese regulators in Tokyo with the UK Financial Services Authority Managing Director.
While completing her MA in English literature, she was the Arts & Humanities Postgraduate Taught Student Representative at King’s College, where she advocated for students’ interests and supported their needs in various committees. She initiated, led and produced a publication for students to showcase their creative talent. Art From The Heart also offered insight into postgraduate life and was distributed to two consecutive years of new MA students into the university.
Driven by her passion for writing, learning, creativity and making a difference, in recent years, Miranda has participated in local community development projects, interviewed and worked with specialists, edited and produced documents, grown her
knowledge in marketing, self-published, written for a magazine and expanded into entrepreneurship.