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Steering Committee
Ms Mary Huen
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong
Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
Mary Huen is currently the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong of Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited (“SCBHK”).

Prior to her current role, Mary was Regional Head of Retail Banking, Greater China & North Asia, responsible for setting the strategic agenda and driving the performance delivery of all the retail operations in the region. Before taking on the regional role, as the Head of Retail Banking, Hong Kong, Mary led the Retail Banking business in Hong Kong into becoming one of the most successful business segments in the Group globally, delivering strong income growth and generating remarkable profit contribution.

Mary has over 25 years of experience in business management and banking services. Since joining SCBHK in 1991, she has held various key positions across the management of balance sheet products, Wealth Management and distribution.

Mary has been on the board of SCBHK since 2016. She is Chairperson of the Hong Kong Association of Banks, Vice President of the council of the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers, a board member of the Hong Kong Interbank Clearing Limited, and a council member of the Treasury Markets Association. She is also a member of the Banking Advisory Committee, and the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee Financial Infrastructure and Market Development Sub-Committee as well as the Currency Board Sub-committee of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. Outside of banking, she is a council member of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (“HKTDC”), a member of the HKTDC Belt and Road Committee, chairperson of the HKTDC Financial Services Advisory Committee and the HKTDC Asian Financial Forum Steering Committee, a member of the Board of the Community Chest of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Tourism Board, a panel member of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Review Tribunal, an elected council member of the Hong Kong Management Association, a member of the Advisory Board of the MBA Programmes at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a member of the Women’s Commission established under the Labour and Welfare Bureau of the Hong Kong government.

Mary received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Hong Kong.
Mr Henri Arslanian
FinTech Association of Hong Kong
FinTech & Crypto Leader for Asia
Henri Arslanian is the PwC Global Crypto Leader and Asia FinTech Leader, the Chairman of the FinTech Association of Hong Kong and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong where he teaches the first FinTech university course in Asia.

Henri leads PwC’s crypto efforts and advises many of the world’s leading crypto exchanges, funds, custodians and token issuers on a broad range of crypto matters from regulatory and tax to governance and capital raising. He also advises many of the world’s leading financial institutions on their crypto initiatives as well numerous governments, regulators and central banks on crypto regulatory and policy matters.

With over 500,000 LinkedIn followers, Henri is a TEDx and global keynote speaker, a best-selling published author and is regularly featured in global media including Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, The Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times.

Henri was named by LinkedIn as one of the global Top Voices in Economy & Finance and is the host of the FinTechCapsules™ and CryptoCapsules™ social media series.

Henri has been also awarded many industry and academic awards over the years from being regularly named one of the Most Influential Individuals in FinTech in Asia to being awarded the Governor General of Canada Gold Medal for Academic Excellence. Chambers Global recent named him the “highest profile FinTech consultant in Hong Kong” and Asian Private Banker awarded him the “FinTech Changemaker of the Year” award.

Henri’s latest book “The Future of Finance: The Impact of FinTech, AI and Crypto on Financial Services” published by Palgrave Macmillan, was ranked as one of Amazon’s global best-sellers in financial services and was recognized as one of the “Best FinTech Books of All Time” by Bookauthority.

Before joining PwC, Henri was with a FinTech start-up and previously spent many years with UBS Investment Bank in Hong Kong. Henri started his career as a financial markets and funds lawyer in Canada and Hong Kong.

Henri speaks five languages including English, French, Armenian, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.

He holds a Masters in Chinese Law from Tsinghua University; a joint Global Executive MBA from Columbia Business School, London Business School, and Hong Kong University; a Masters in Transnational Law from the University of Sherbrooke; and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Montreal (Dean’s List of Excellence).
Mr Michael Bugel
Managing Director
Alternative Investment Management Association, Hong Kong
Michael joined AIMA in 2016 as Managing Director and Co-Head of APAC and brings a wealth of experience in Asian financial markets and has been located in Hong Kong for close to 18 years. He has held senior positions on the sell side both in New York and Hong Kong. He has held leadership positions at BNP Paribas, Bear Sterns, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and most recently at HSBC where he managed the banks senior relationships with the Asset management sector with in the Financial Institutional Group.

Michael is responsible for the management of all our activities across Asia including our National groups, membership staff, events communications and finances.
Mr Darryl Chan
Executive Director (External)
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Darryl Chan has been appointed as Executive Director (External) since August 2019 with responsibilities for promoting Hong Kong's international financial centre development, RMB business, and policies at international forums to advance financial stability. He is Deputy Director of the Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office. Currently he also holds the position of Executive Director (Corporate Services), responsible for corporate development, human resources, administration, finance, information technology and communication strategy. Prior to joining the HKMA in April 2013, Mr Chan was an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong SAR Government and had worked in different policy bureaux and departments on policy formulation and administration.
Ms Ding Chen
Chinese Asset Management Association of Hong Kong
Chief Executive Officer
CSOP Asset Management Limited
Ms Ding is the Chief Executive Officer of CSOP Asset Management Limited, where she took up the position in 2010 and led the company into becoming the largest RQFII manager globally. Ms Ding was also Assistant Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director of China Southern Asset Management Co. Ltd. (“CSAM”) from 2003 to 2013. During her tenor at CSAM, she successfully established its Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (“QDII”) business to issue China’s first public QDII fund which went on to become the largest in the nation. Ms Ding was named “CEO of the Year in Asia” in the 2013 Best of Best Awards held by Asia Asset Management.

While serves as Chairperson of the Chinese Asset Management Association of Hong Kong, promoting communication and advocating for best practices among Chinese asset managers, she is Board Member and Convenor of the Mainland Opportunities Committee of Financial Services Development Council. She also is the Co-chairperson of the International Business Committee of the Asset Management Association of China. In addition, she is member of the Advisory Committee of the Securities and Futures Commission, and the Financial Infrastructure Sub-Committee of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee, Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
Mr Gary Cheung
Hong Kong Securities Association
Chief Executive Officer
CSL Securities Limited
Mr Gary Cheung has over 38 years of experience in the financial services industry. He is presently the Chief Executive Officer of CSL Securities Limited, (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Convoy Global Holdings Limited). Mr Cheung previously worked at Sun Hung Kai & Co., Ltd for over 22 years, Executive Director in the final 5 years; Chief Executive, Hong Kong Securities Institute for 7 years; Managing Director, South China Financial Holdings Limited; Chief Executive Officer, Tung Shing Brokers Group, (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank of East Asia) etc.

Selected Public services:

1988 to 1991 The Hong Kong Bullion Dealers Association--President
1999 to 2000 The Rotary Club of Hong Kong South--President
2004 to 2006 Rotary International Hong Kong District 3450-- Deputy District Governor
2012 Election Committee Subsectors Elections of the CE of the HK SAR, representing the Financial Services Functional Constituency
2017 Election Committee Subsectors Elections of the CE of the HK SAR representing the Financial Services Functional Constituency
2017 to present Banking and Finance training board, Hong Kong Vocational Training Council—Committee member
2017 & 2018 Asian Financial Forum Steering Committee, Trade Development Council—Committee member
2017 to present Academic Accreditation Advisory Committee of the Securities and Futures Commission—Committee member
2018 Financial Dispute Resolution Centre--Director
2018 Financial Services & the Treasury Bureau—Panel member of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financial Review Tribunal

His professional qualifications include Responsible Officer accredited by the Securities and Futures Commission; Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association—General Mediator; Senior Fellow, Hong Kong Securities & Investment Institute.

He holds degrees from York University, Canada.
Mr Jack Cheung
Chief Executive Officer
Treasury Markets Association
Mr Jack Cheung was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Treasury Markets Association in September 2011. He leads the TMA in promoting treasury markets and product development, strengthening the professionalism and ethical standards of market practitioners, and promoting Hong Kong as the preferred hub for treasury business in the region. He is also a member of the Financial Infrastructure Sub-Committee of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee in HK.

Prior to joining the TMA, he served as Deputy General Manager and Head of Treasury in Hang Seng Bank Limited from August 2004 to September 2009. He was responsible for overseeing Hang Seng Global Markets in Hong Kong, Singapore and China, which was credited for its robust and prudent risk management.

Previously he served as Director, Head of Balance Sheet Management in Asia Pacific and pioneered it as an integral profit centre in HSBC Global Markets. He was appointed Head of Hong Kong Dollar during the Asian Financial crisis. He started his career as a dealer trainee at HSBC in 1982.

Mr Cheung holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science from University of Hong Kong and a Master’s degree in Applied Finance from Macquarie University, Australia. He was awarded the title of Financial Risk Manager (FRM) by the authority of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) in November 2001.

Mr K O Chia
Grace Financial Ltd
Mr Chia is Director of Grace Financial Ltd, a Hong Kong based family office, serving as a member of the executive team. He brings 30+ years of diverse international experience as venture capitalist, entrepreneur and corporate executive across Asia, Europe and U.S.

Currently he serves as President of the HK Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (HKVCPEA) and Member of Advisory Committee, School of Continuing & Professional Studies at Chinese University of Hong Kong. Previously he had served as Chairman of Advisory Board, College of International Education at Hong Kong Baptist University as well as HKSAR government’s Community Investment & Inclusion Fund (CIIF) to promote social capital for community revival from 2007-2013.

He holds an MBA from Strathclyde University, Scotland, DipMS from Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland and BEng (Hons) Electronics Engineering from Sheffield University, England. He is also a Fellow of Hong Kong Institute of Directors.

Mr Steve Chiu
Institute of Financial Planners of Hong Kong (HKIFP)
Head of Hong Kong Retail
PIMCO Asia Limited
Mr Steve Chiu has close to 30 years of wealth and asset management experience, and has been a CFP certificant since 2001. He is currently Senior Vice President and Head of Hong Kong Retail at PIMCO Asia Limited, and was previously Vice President, Investment Funds at Manulife Asset Management (Hong Kong). Prior to that Mr. Chiu held senior management roles at Bosera Asset Management (International), AIA Wealth Management, Invesco Asset Management, HSBC Retail Banking and HSBC Asset Management. He holds an MBA from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Ms Christina Choi
Executive Director, Investment Products Division
Securities and Futures Commission
Ms Choi is a member of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC). She is also an Executive Director with responsibility for the Investment Products Division, which is responsible for authorising and supervising collective investment schemes and other investment products as well as for the development and implementation of the SFC’s asset management strategy and policies.

Ms Choi has been with the SFC for over 10 years. She has extensive regulatory knowledge and experience in the policies and requirements for investment products both in Hong Kong and internationally. She played a lead role in the design and launch of various mutual recognition of funds (MRF) arrangements between Hong Kong and other jurisdictions, in particular the ground-breaking MRF arrangements with Mainland China.

Prior to joining the SFC, Ms Choi practised as a solicitor in Hong Kong and was a partner of the Corporate Group of the international law firm, Clifford Chance.

Ms Choi chairs the Products Advisory Committee and the Committee on Real Estate Investment Trusts. She also sits on the SFC (HKEC Listing) Committee and the Executive Committee. She is also a member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s Financial Services Advisory Committee and Asian Financial Forum Steering Committee.

Mr Andrew Ferguson
Chief Executive Officer
Asia Pacific Loan Market Association
After a career in the banking industry spanning 39 years (Bank of America, BNP Paribas, HSBC, ANZ), Andrew established a consulting business in Hong Kong in 2012, of which several large and well- known companies and law firms became clients. He delivered the APLMA Certificate Course in Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney in 2016-17 and then undertook an intensive research project for the APLMA in 2017 before becoming Advisor to the Board of APLMA in February 2018. He was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the APLMA in November 2018.

Andrew was educated at Southampton University in England and the London School of Economics, is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Banking, a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Directors and twice served as the Chairman of the Hong Kong Capital Markets Association.

Mr James Fok
Head of Group Strategy
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Limited
James Fok is Head of Group Strategy for Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Limited. In this role, Mr. Fok supports the Chief Executive in formulating and executing key strategic plans for the Group, and oversees execution of major projects and business initiatives. Among the initiatives with which Mr. Fok has been closely involved were the acquisition of the London Metal Exchange (2012); the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect scheme (2014); Bond Connect (2017); and the recent Hong Kong market listing reforms (2018).

Prior to joining HKEx in 2012, Mr. Fok was an investment banker specialising in the financial services sector, based in Europe from 2000-08 and in Hong Kong since 2008. Mr. Fok is a Hong Kong native and holds a degree in Law and Chinese from SOAS.

Mr Eric Hui
Deputy Chairman
The Hong Kong Federation of Insurers
Chief Executive Officer
Zurich Insurance (Hong Kong)
Mr Eric Hui is the Deputy Chairman of HKFI and Chairman of the General Insurance Council (GIC). He serves as the Chairman of GIC InsurTech Task Force and member of various Task Forces including Vision 2028, GIC Policyholders Protection Scheme, GIC Legal Working Group as well as Re-domiciliation from Bermuda to HK.

Mr Hui is the Chief Executive Officer of Zurich Insurance (Hong Kong). He spearheads all strategy development to drive Zurich’s General Insurance and Life Insurance businesses in the territory towards profitable growth. In his nearly 30 years of extensive experience in the insurance industry, Mr Hui has accrued significant accomplishments in leading strategic business initiatives, innovative practices and market developments.

Currently, Mr Hui is the Deputy Chairman of the Employees Compensation Insurer Insolvency Bureau and serving in the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Hong Kong, the Employees’ Compensation Insurance Residual Scheme Bureau Board and the Insurance Complaints Bureau. He is also a panel member of the Insurance Appeals Tribunal as appointed by the HKSAR Government.

Mr Hui graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master degree and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration. He holds the professional qualification of Associateship at the Chartered Insurance Institute and is a Fellow at the Life Management Institute.

Mr David Fu
The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries
Mr David Fu joined the Swire group as a Group Management Trainee in 1988 and has worked with the group in Hong Kong and Beijing. He is responsible for the full spectrum of the group’s company secretarial functions, and is currently the Company Secretary of John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Limited, Swire Pacific Limited (stock code: 19), Swire Properties Limited (stock code: 1972) and Cathay Pacific Airways Limited (stock code: 293).

Mr Fu is currently the President of The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS). He is also a member of the Human Resources Committee, as well as the Convenor of the HKICS Prize Judging Panel. David was admitted as a Fellow of HKICS and ICSA in 2012. He was elected as a Council member of HKICS in 2014 and served on its Education Committee as a member from 2014 to 2015 and as the Chairman from 2016 to 2017. He has been the Honorary Secretary of The Oxford and Cambridge Society of Hong Kong since 1999.

Mr Fu has been a member of the Takeovers and Mergers Panel and the Takeovers Appeal Committee of the Securities and Futures Commission since April 2015. He has been a member of the Standing Committee on Company Law Reform since February 2017.

Mr Fu graduated from the University of Oxford in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Engineering, Economics and Management and obtained a Master of Arts degree from the University of Oxford in 1991. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Administration from the City University of Hong Kong.

Ms Ko Yung Lai
International Association of CFOs and Corporate Treasurers (China)
Deputy General Manager of Finance Department
YueXiu Enterprises (Holdings) Limited
Gogo is responsible for overseeing the YUEXIU Group’s financial management functions. The Group is one of the largest state-owned enterprises, in terms of assets, in Guangzhou, representing the controlling company of four listed entities in Hong Kong including a local bank and a REIT. Prior to that she was the CFO of the YUEXIU REIT Asset Management, the licensed asset manager of YUEXIU Real Estate Investment Trust.

In her 19 years with the YUEXIU Group, she had dealt with different businesses including corporate finance, IPOs, securities, very substantial acquisitions, real estate investment trust and corporate restructuring, corporate treasury functions, acquisition of a bank. Prior to working with the YUEXIU Group, Ms Ko worked for Arthur Andersen & Co in Hong Kong and Sydney.

Ms Ko graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and is a qualified fellow member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA), Chartered Global Management Accountants (CGMA), Hong Kong Securities Institute.

She is the Chairlady of the CIMA Hong Kong Branch. She is a board member of the CIMA North Asia Regional Board. She is the President of the IACCT (China) and the Founding Member, Board Member and Deputy Secretary General of the Hong Kong Business Accountants Association. She is a Committee Member of the Asian Financial Forum Steering Committee, Hong Kong Chinese Enterprises Association Finance and Accounting Steering Committee, HKICPA Mainland China Business Interest Group, as well as a Volunteer Financial Advisor of the Hong Kong Volunteers Federation Company Limited.

Mr Bruno Lee
Hong Kong Investment Funds Association
Regiona Head of Retail Wealth Distribution, Wealth & Asset Management, Asia
Manuilfe Investment Management
Based in Hong Kong, Bruno leads Manulife’s entire Wealth and Asset Management retail distribution in Asia. In this role, he is responsible for the delivery of the firm's wealth and asset management business strategy and solutions through various distribution channels, including Manulife’s agency force and intermediary channels across Asia. He also contributes to the formulation of the solutions to ensure they best meet the clients’ needs.

Under Bruno’s leadership, the retail wealth distribution organization provides distribution support on wealth management products to the firm’s agency channels. He also oversees the expansion of the bank partnerships by securing new partners and enhancing the firm’s wholesaling capabilities.

Bruno is an industry veteran with close to three decades of industry experience. He joined the firm from Fidelity Worldwide Investment where he was Regional Head of Retail, Asia ex-Japan. Previous to this, he was Regional Head of Wealth Management, Asia Pacific, Retail Banking and Wealth Management at HSBC in Hong Kong. He has also held senior roles with Invesco and Fidelity Worldwide Investment in Taiwan and Hong Kong, after starting his career with HSBC in Hong Kong.

Bruno holds a Bachelor of Arts (with Honors in Economics) from the University of Calgary, Canada and a Master of Science in Investment Management from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Bruno is a chairman of the Hong Kong Investment Funds Association.

Mr Peter Lee
Hong Kong Foreign Financial Institutions Association
China National Leader and Partner
Deloitte China
Peter Lee is Chairman of HKFFIA and has been a Board Director since 2012.

Peter Lee is a China National Leader and Partner of Deloitte China and is the Leader of Deloitte's Family Office business for providing consulting services to family business and family offices.

Peter has over 28 years' experience in banking and finance industry including private equity, venture capital, project finance, corporate finance, asset management and family offices. He has worked in Asia and Europe.

Peter is a Past President, Senior Advisor and fellow member of CPA Australia and an Adjunct Professor at City University of Hong Kong.
Ms Carrie Leung
Chief Executive Officer
The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers
As the Chief Executive Officer of The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB), Ms Leung is responsible for driving the ongoing development of competency and professional standards among local banking practitioners.

Prior to joining HKIB, Ms Leung was Head of Service Quality and Training at Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd where she acquired extensive experience in building and managing “total quality excellence”. Under her leadership, the bank obtained several highly-regarded industry awards for the quality in their training and customer service.

Ms Leung also actively participates in the development of Hong Kong Banking Qualifications Framework (QF) which sets the professional standards for industry competency amongst the local banking practitioners.

In addition, Ms Leung is extensively involved in the education and human capital development of the banking and financial industry in Hong Kong and is the member of numerous committees organized by different government departments and public organizations. Of the particular notes, she was appointed as the Council Member of the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ)

Ms Leung also contributes to the banking industry at an international level. She is now a member of the Accreditation Council, Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA), Malaysia and the Vice Chairperson of Global Banking Education Standards Board (GBEStB). She is instrumental in helping to shape the global banking education standards.

Ms Leung was one of the recipients of the Most Extraordinary Women in Finance Award 2009 from Benchmark Magazine. She has been awarded with the Medal of Honour (MH) by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in 2018. She has been awarded with the Medal of Honour (MH) by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in 2018.
Mr Stephen Liang
Assistant Executive Director
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Mr Stephen Liang is Assistant Executive Director of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the statutory organisation responsible for promoting and developing the city’s external trade. He oversees the Council’s Chinese mainland and international activities that promote Hong Kong products and services.

Mr Liang joined the HKTDC in 1996 as Manager, Service Promotion. In 2000, he was posted to the Council’s Singapore office to oversee the Southeast Asian market. Mr Liang was promoted to Head of Mainland Promotions in 2005, managing the HKTDC’s promotional activities on the Chinese mainland. Before taking up his current post, he served as Director, Product Promotion.

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Mr Liang graduated from York University in Canada with a Bachelor of Sociology degree. He then furthered his studies on Business Administration at the University of California, Los Angeles in the US.

Mr Liang began his career with the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and Hong Kong Industrial Technology Centre (now called the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation). While at the HKTB, he served as its representative on the US West Coast for more than four years.

Ms Amy Lo
Private Wealth Management Association
Co-Head Wealth Management Asia Pacific, UBS Global Wealth Management Chief Executive
UBS Hong Kong Group Managing Director
Amy Lo is Co-Head of Wealth Management Asia Pacific, Head & Chief Executive of UBS Hong Kong, and a Group Managing Director at UBS. Amy has over 30 years of experience in the banking industry. Since joining UBS in 1995, she has held a number of senior management positions including Regional Head of Ultra High Net Worth in Asia. Today, the ultra-high net worth business is the leading wealth manager for ultra-high net worth individuals in the region.

Actively involved in the development of the private banking industry in Hong Kong, Amy chairs the Hong Kong Private Wealth Management Association (PWMA), is a member of the Banking Industry Training Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Education Bureau, and a member of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee Financial Infrastructure Sub-Committee of Hong Kong Monetary Authority.

A passionate supporter of youth education and technological innovation in Greater China, Amy is a member of The Court and the MBA Advisory Board at The University of Hong Kong, a member of the Advisory Committee of the Department of Social Work at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and an Advisor of the Industrial Consulting Committee at the HongKong X, a tech start-up platform aim at promotion of innovations among young entrepreneurs. She is also a Board Member of the UBS Optimus Foundation, the independent grant-making foundation that helps UBS clients improve the education and welfare of children globally.

Amy received the Executive Award at the DHL/SCMP Business Awards 2018 for her efforts in promoting the growth and development of the wealth management industry, and for her drive in building UBS as a corporate citizen in Hong Kong. She was also named by a top-tier Chinese media, China Business News, as one of the "Hong Kong Top 20 in the next 20 years" for her contribution to innovation developments in 2017.

Ms Katherine Ng
Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute
Managing Director; Head of Policy, Listing Department
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited
Ms Katherine Ng joined Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (“HKEX”) in 2013 as Head of Policy Team of the Listing Department. Prior to that, Ms. Ng served as Political Assistant to the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury of the Hong Kong Government. Before joining the Government, Ms. Ng worked in an international investment bank and was in private practice with an international law firm in Hong Kong and London. Ms. Ng holds a Master of Arts in Law from Trinity College, University of Cambridge and is a qualified lawyer in both Hong Kong and England & Wales. Ms. Ng is the Chairman of Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute since December 2018. She is an Advisor to Our Hong Kong Foundation, a member of the Vocational Training Council’s Banking and Finance Industry Training Board, a Director of the World Wide Fund for Nature Hong Kong and a fellow of the Aspen Institute.
Mr Chris Sun
Deputy Secretary (Financial Services)
Financial Services and the Treasury
Mr Chris Sun is one of the most senior civil servants in Hong Kong in charge of policies and regulations over financial services. Holding the post, Deputy Secretary for Financial Services of the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (FSTB), Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, his portfolio covers policy and legislation relating to the securities and futures markets and financial infrastructure; policy and legislation relating to banking and monetary matters; as well as financial market development including the further development of Hong Kong as a premier asset management centre.

Mr Sun has a rich and action-packed career overseeing a wide range of public polices and challenging issues. Prior to his current position, Mr Sun oversaw and masterminded for seven years policy development and legislative changes on healthcare, including the introduction of a voluntary, government-sanctioned healthcare insurance scheme, revamping the regulatory regime for private healthcare facilities, as well as giving strategic directions on the training and provision of doctors, dentists, nurses and a host of other healthcare professionals in Hong Kong.

Mr Sun also played an instrumental role in the pay system for civil servants in Hong Kong. From 2006 to 2010, he worked in the Civil Service Bureau overseeing pay policy for the 160,000-strong civil service in Hong Kong, including reviewing and designing a new system for measuring and revising civil pay level, starting pay for new recruits and the annual pay adjustment mechanism.

Mr Sun holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a Master of Science in Management Degree from Stanford University. He is married with two children.

Mr Raymond Tam
Executive Director, Policy and Development
Insurance Authority
Mr Tam started his career as an actuary in Canada in 1979. He has extensive experience in insurance and retirement fund industry in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia and North America, holding senior positions in insurance companies and actuarial consulting firms. He joined the Hong Kong Government in 1992, and served in the then OCI and Mandatory Provident Fund Office. He designed the solvency regime for life insurance business when serving as Assistant Commissioner of Insurance and formulated the Mandatory Provident Fund regulations when serving as Assistant Director of the Mandatory Provident Fund Office. He helped establishing the new Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority as an Executive Director. Prior to joining the IA, he was Chief Risk Officer for Asia of an international insurance group.
Mr Denis Tse
Chairman, Research Committee
Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association
Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Asia-IO Advisors Limited
Mr Denis Tse is the Founding Managing Partner of Asia-IO Holdings, a private equity manager specializing in Asia-nexus cross-border direct investment programs. Denis is previously Head of Private Investments – Asia for corporate pension manager Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company, where he was named “40 under 40” by Chief Investment Officer magazine. Prior to that Denis had a career in technology venture investing, and was the first Kauffman Fellow from an Asian venture capital firm. Denis has an honorary bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and an MBA degree from INSEAD.

Dr Carlye Tsui
Chief Executive Officer
The Hong Kong Institute of Directors

Dr Carlye Tsui graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a BA degree and the (UK) Middlesex University with a Doctorate in Professional Studies on corporate governance and director accreditation, as an awardee for the most outstanding professional doctorate.

Dr Tsui is an experienced IT professional, CEO, executive director and independent non-executive director of listed and regulated companies. Her industry experiences cover a wide spectrum including IT, international publishing, management consultancy, professional bodies, financial services, arts and culture.

A Justice of the Peace, Dr Tsui is active in public service. Her service roles include:

  • Executive Committee Member of the Global Network of Director Institutes;
  • Member of the Steering Committee of the Asian Financial Forum;
  • Founding Chairman of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra;
  • Past Councillor: Urban Council, Wan Chai District Council;
  • Past Member: Communications Authority, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Council;
  • Past Chairman of The Outstanding Young Persons’ Association
  • Board/committee members of other statutory and service organisations.

  • Dr Tsui has been awarded Bronze Bauhinia Star, Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons and IT Achiever of the Year.

    Mr Dixon Wong
    Head, Financial Services
    Invest Hong Kong
    Mr Wong was appointed as the Head of Financial Services at Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) in March 2019. InvestHK is the government department responsible for investment promotion, i.e. helping overseas and Mainland companies to establish or expand their business presence in Hong Kong.

    2. Before joining InvestHK, Mr Wong held various senior positions in a number of different departments in an international bank for more than 20 years. Before that, he worked in the assurance and advisory department of a big four international accounting firm.

    3. Mr Wong has obtained a LLB (Hons) degree from University of Wolverhampton and a MBA degree from Manchester Business School. He is also a Chartered Accountant (CA, Australia & New Zealand), Hong Kong Certified Public Accountant (FCPA) and Chartered Secretary (FCIS).
    Mr Mike Wong
    Chief Executive Officer
    The Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies
    Ms Isabella Yin
    Secretary General
    Chinese Financial Association of Hong Kong
    Deputy General Manager, Office of Administration
    China Life Insurance (Overseas) Co Ltd