Allen Tak Bun Yeung
President, Greater Bay Area International Information Technology Association
Yeung has extensive experience in the areas of smart city, information technology, cybersecurity, investments, corporate and business development, science park development and government affairs. And he is a leader in Hong Kong's information technology and communication industry.
In April 2021, Yeung established and served as the President of the Greater Bay Area International Information Technology Association. The association aims to promote the integration of information between the three places, eliminate barriers, and promote the application of information technology in people's livelihood and industry.
During 2015–2018, he was appointed as the Government Chief Information Officer (head of department, Justice of Peace) by the Hong Kong SAR Government. Yeung was responsible for formulation of policies and strategies for Hong Kong's information industry in development of the digital economy, e-government, cyber-security, and formulation of the blueprint for developing Hong Kong into the world's leading smart city. In 2009, Yeung was the Chief Corporate Development Officer of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and responsible for the development strategy of the science park, global partnership, incubation programme for start-ups, nurturing bio-tech, green-tech, IT and electronics enterprises, and initiated the science park corporate venture fund.
Partner, PwC Mainland China & Hong Kong
Gee is an experienced Partner of PwC Mainland China and Hong Kong, and is a core team member at the Chief Digital Office, supporting the execution of the Firm’s digitalisation initiatives. Prior to taking up this role, Gee was responsible for innovation for the Risk Assurance practice. He is a member of PwC China Assurance Innovation Think-tank and a member of PwC Global Assurance Disruption Group.
Gee specialised in the field of information risk management after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in the UK in 1990. Gee has over 30 years’ experience in providing a wide range of assurance and advisory services relating to the assessment of business and technology risks, as well as the design, review and enhancement of business and technology processes and controls.
Gee is a member of the core leadership team at PwC China driving the adoption of blockchain technology, including the regulation and risk management of, and the accounting approach to, crypto currencies and digital assets. He participated in several studies relating to the regulation and risk management of crypto currencies and digital assets trading, as well as identity verification using blockchain. He is a sponsor of the “PwC Blockchain Audit Node” concept, and successfully led the development and deployment of a blockchain audit platform in 2018 to support audits of cryptocurrency exchanges.
Head of Greater Bay Area, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Mok is the Head of Greater Bay Area, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation. Prior to this role, he held various management roles at HKSTP, including Head of Strategic Partnership and Incubation Programme.
Mok also serves as Vice Chairman of Hong Kong Business Angel Network. He has extensive experience in sales and marketing of technology products, corporate merger and acquisition, venture capital investment, and C-Level executive recruitment. Peter holds a BA (Hons) degree from HKU, an LL.B (Hons) from the University of London, and an MBA from CUHK.
Business Development Director, China Business, Commercial Group, HKT
Tang is an experienced sales professional veteran and had been serving Hong Kong telecom for more than 25 years. He had been experienced in mega project in Hong Kong, especially those complicated system integrated projects for major enterprise, including Hong Kong Cyberport various ICT system, Hong Kong Science and Technology parks, Hong Kong Smart Identity Card, Airport Traffic Control Exchange system, Vessel Traffic Control system.
In the past few years, leverage on the Hong Kong Telecom resources investment in China on connectivity and ICT solution, Tang has been putting effort in the business development of Great Bay Area, facilitating china local enterprise going out to international market, HK enterprise and MNCs moving into China, with the primary objective of promoting digitalization transformation for China enterprise, supporting the Chinese enterprise to explore more new investment chance and capturing the key opportunities available in Greater bay area in an more efficient and effective way.