Event Details

Dear Members



The Singapore Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong) has invited Mr Christopher Hui Ching-Yu, JP, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury to speak for us on the topic: Our Finance Story: Hong Kong, GBA and the World.


This event will be conducted as a hybrid event, with online and participants in a webinar format, and on-site limited participants.


We would like to invite you to attend the webinar on Friday, 16 April 2021 over zoom. The timing is from 2.30pm to 4pm.

Speakers

  • Mr Christopher Hui Ching-Yu JP (Guest Speaker) (Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, HKSAR)

    Mr Christopher Hui Ching-Yu JP (Guest Speaker)

    Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, HKSAR

    Mr Christopher Hui Ching-yu was appointed the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury on 22 April 2020. He serves on the boards of Mass Transit Railway Corporation Limited, Hong Kong Airport Authority and also as the Chairman of the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation.

    Prior to his appointment, Mr Hui was the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council. He spent 13 years at the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, having been the Managing Director for Market Development and Head of Project Management and also in various senior roles in Listing and Market Development. He also worked for a number of multi-national companies in the private sector. He started his career as an Administrative Officer in the Government in 1999 and served in the Economic Development Branch, the Office of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in Beijing and the Home Affairs Department.

    Mr Hui previously held a number of public roles including Councillor of the City University of Hong Kong, Member of the Mandatory Provident Fund Authority Process Review Panel, Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listing Review Committee and also Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants Disciplinary Panel.

    Mr Hui holds Bachelor and Master (Hon) Degrees in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford, and Master of Business Administration Degree from INSEAD. He also attended the Stanford Executive Programme (SEP).

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  • Mr Basil Hwang (Moderator) (Managing Partner of Hauzen LLP (in Association  with Anjie Law Firm))

    Mr Basil Hwang (Moderator)

    Managing Partner of Hauzen LLP (in Association with Anjie Law Firm)

    Basil Hwang is the Managing Partner of Hauzen LLP.

    He is also the Managing Director of Hauzen Services Limited, a corporate services provider, an Executive Director of Kubes Liberal Limited, a property developer, and a Vice-Chairperson of The Singapore Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong).

    Basil was formerly a partner of Zhong Lun Law Firm and the founding and managing partner of Dechert LLP in Hong Kong.

    He has also held board or supervisory positions in a number of public companies, including the following:

    Joint Company Secretary and General Counsel of China Shandong Hi-Speed Financial Group Limited, a company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code:412)

    Executive Director, Company Secretary, General Counsel and Head of Development and Investments, Daohe Global Group Limited, a company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code:915)

    Independent Non-Executive Director of First Sponsor Group Limited, a company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange (stock code: ADN)

    Basil has over 20 years’ experience in law, corporate governance, entrepreneurship and fund-raising, and is extensively connected with the business community in Hong Kong, Singapore and Mainland China.

    Educational qualifications

    International Baccalaureate - Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific, 1991

    Bachelor of Laws - National University of Singapore, 1997

    Master of Science in Global Finance - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and New York University, 2013


    Professional memberships

    Advocate and Solicitor, Singapore
    Solicitor, England and Wales
    Solicitor, Hong Kong

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Tickets

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