Ms Agnes Chan
Chairman, Financial and Treasury Services Committee, HKGCC
Ms Chan oversees all aspects of business operations of EY in Hong Kong and Macau. With more than three decades of experience in providing tax and business advisory services to a broad range of local and multinational corporations and organizations, Ms Chan's clientele is spread across industries.
As a prominent business leader, Ms Chan is a keen advocate of Hong Kong as an international financial center. She has helped clients with their cross-border business and investment, supporting them in exploring new markets and refining their operations in the region.
Ms Chan also actively participates in public service through a variety of roles, including as a member of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority's Exchange Fund Advisory Committee, a non-executive director of the Securities and Futures Commission, a member of the Hong Kong SAR Government's Advisory Panel on BEPS 2.0, a member of the Inland Revenue Department's Users' Committee, and a member of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce's General Committee.
Mr Donald Chen
Senior Advisor (External), Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Donald Chen joined the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) in April 2020 as Senior Advisor in the External Department and took up the responsibility in December 2020 for the development of renminbi business in Hong Kong, as well as liaison with Mainland authorities and international organisations such as IMF. Before joining the HKMA, Mr Chen was an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong SAR Government and had worked in different policy bureaux and departments on policy formulation and administration.
Mr Greg Hingston
Regional Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, Asia Pacific, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
Greg Hingston was appointed Regional Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, Asia Pacific, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in April 2020 and is responsible for HSBC’s full range of Wealth and Personal Banking activities across the Asia Pacific region.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Hingston was the Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, Hong Kong from 2016-2020. He was also a Director of HSBC Broking Services (Asia) Limited, HSBC Insurance (Asia) Limited, HSBC Life (International) Limited and EPS Company (Hong Kong) Limited.
Mr. Hingston joined HSBC in 2006, and has held a number of leadership positions in Asia, Europe and North America, including Head of Retail Banking in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and RBWM Head of International, Europe, HSBC, Global Head of Strategy, RBWM and Head of Strategy & Planning, Asia Pacific and North America.
Mr Hingston is an accomplished business and people leader, with wide experience across multiple locations and cultures. Prior to joining HSBC, he worked for Prudential Corporation Asia (PCA) in a number of commercial and strategic roles, with responsibility for strategy and business development across the Asian Life Insurance and Asset Management businesses. Mr Hingston began his career with Kingfisher plc, initially based in the UK and then as part of Kingfisher Asia Pacific Limited based in Hong Kong.
Ms Angel Ng
Chief Executive Officer, Citi Hong Kong and Macau
Angel Ng is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Citi Hong Kong and Macau. She was appointed to this position in May 2018 to oversee all the businesses across the Citi franchise in the two markets.
Prior to assuming the CEO role, Angel was the Chief Executive for Citi’s consumer banking operations in Hong Kong. Other senior positions she has previously held include Head of Retail Banking, Head of Wealth Management, and Head of Credit Cards. Angel joined Citi Hong Kong in 1998.
Angel currently serves as a board or committee member of the following organizations: Financial Infrastructure and Market Development Sub-Committee under the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee; Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation; Council of the Treasury Markets Association; Financial & Treasury Services Committee of The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce; Corporate Advisory Council of The Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute; Financial Education Coordination Committee under the Investor and Financial Education Council; Insurance and Financial Services Industry Consultative Network under the Employees Retraining Board; Council of The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (Vice President). Angel is also a member of the Hong Kong Academy of Finance.
Ms Sally Wong
Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Investment Funds Association
Sally Wong is the Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Investment Funds Association, which is a non-profit-making organization that represents the asset management industry in Hong Kong. She represents the industry in liaising with the authorities, legislators, media and other stakeholder groups to discuss issues that have implications to the Hong Kong mutual fund market and the Mandatory Provident Fund ("MPF") Schemes market. She also takes an active role in investor education and research initiatives.
Sally is a member of the 8th Steering Committee on ChinaBond Indices Experts of the China Central Depository and Clearing Co., Ltd. and a core member of the China Ageing Finance Forum 50. She is a Vice President of Hong Kong Green Finance Association ("HKGFA") and is the Co-chair of ESG Disclosure and Integration Working Group under HKGFA. She sits on the SFC Committee on Real Estate Investment Trusts, the SFC Public Shareholders Group, MPF Guidelines Committee and the Hang Seng Index Advisory Committee.
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