CEO and Executive Director, Hang Seng Bank
After being Group General Manager for HSBC Group and Chief Executive, Hong Kong of HSBC for six years, Cesar stepped into the top position at Hang Seng Bank in September 2021. She was simultaneously appointed chairman of the board at The HangSengUniversity of Hong Kong. Prior to joining the organisation, her CV included stints at SmarTone Telecom, Citibank and American Express.
Non-executive Director, HKR International
Benjamin Cha is the Non-Executive Director of HKR International and founder of the Seradac Foundation. A supporter of local art, the Stanford graduate co-Chairs the Board of Asia Art Archive, chairs the Programming Committee of Tai Kwun Cultural and Arts Company Ltd, and is also on the board of M+ and West Kowloon Cultural District. He also serves on the Asia Council for the Serpentine Galleries, London. Cha was previously Chief Executive of Grosvenor Property Asia Paciﬁc, Managing Director of UBS Global Asset Management, Executive Director and Head of HKR Asia-Paciﬁc for HKR International.
Deputy Chairman and Managing Director, HKR International
Brother of Madeline and the late Payson Cha, Victor Cha runs HKR International’s property and investment businesses in Hong Kong as well as its various subsidiaries overseas. He was educated at StanfordUniversity and sits as a non-executive director on the board of Mingly Corporation. A stalwart of the cultural scene, Cha is the Chairman of the Hong Kong Arts Festival Society.
Vice Chair, Hang Lung Group
The son of real estate tycoon Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Group, 39-year-old Adriel joined his father at the company in 2010. Today, as Vice Chair, his responsibilities include overseeing Development and Design, Project Management, and Cost & Control. The Kellogg School of Management / HKUST EMBA holder also sits on the advisory council of HKUST and is a member of The Real Estate Developers Association of Hong Kong’s executive committee.
Airwallex, Head of SME
Arnold founded local education non-profit Teach for Hong Kong in 2013, and as a chairman was instrumental in raising over US$3 million of funding towards its goal of serving Hong Kong’s underprivileged schools. During his tenure, he recruited over 20,000 students before stepping down to join the financial technology industry Airwallex as head of SME.
Bonnie Woo Chan
Chairperson and CEO, Icicle Group
Bonnie Chan Woo is chief executive officer of Icicle Group, across-media marketing and creative production company. Apart from work, Bonnie is actively involved in education and creative industries through her philanthropy work and her advisory roles in various Hong Kong government departments and NGOs.
Charles Kwok-leung Chan
Former Chairman, Television Broadcasts Limited
In pole position at TVB from 2015 to Feb 2020, Charles Chan is a major shareholder of his flagship finance and property investment company, ITC Corporation, that has diverse interests in Hong Kong, the US, Canada and Germany. The civil engineering graduate and honorary Doctor of Law made his reputation by brokering deals, including the purchase of Shaw Brothers’ stake in the Hong Kong broadcaster by a group of investors in 2011.
Fen Tan Ching Chan
Founder of Hang Lung Group
Wife of late property tycoon and founder of Hang Lung Group, Chan Tseng-Hsi, she now holds the largest share in the Hang Lung Group, running the company alongside her eldest son Ronnie Chan as Chairman, whose son Adriel Chan sits on the board as Executive Director. One of Hong Kong’s richest women she doubled her wealth in 2022 after investing in one of the most downloaded social platforms on Google Play and Apple App Store, Kuaishou Technology.
Ina Chan Un Chan
Chairman, UNIR (HK) Management Limited
The third wife of the late Stanley Ho, Dr Ina is mother to three of his children - Florinda, Orlando and Laurinda. She is currently chairman of UNIR (HK) Management, the company she founded in 2011 to consolidate her business interests, and whose diverse portfolio includes stakes in hospitality, realty, leisure, retail and transportation. Chan also sits on the board of casino and resort operator SJM Holdings.
Founder, Per Artem Lumen Limited
The granddaughter of Ma Kam-ming and former chair of the family-owned Tai Sang Bank, Joanne Chan studied art history and fine arts and runs a boutique cultural practice, Per Artem Lumen. A supporter of the arts and youth causes, Chan used to serve on the boards of Hong Kong Dance Company and other cultural organisations. She has also recently created a series of children’s books titled Happy Gabby.
Kimbee Hoi-wan Chan
Chief Executive Officer, Chinese Estates Holdings Limited
Former entertainment reporter Kimbee Chan’s relationship with tycoon Joseph Lau made her headline news. After working for Chinese Estates Holdings from 2002 to 2005, she now holds Lau’s controlling stake in the property and financial investment conglomerate, where her two sisters also serve as Executive Directors. The couple, who have three children, married in 2016.
Managing Director of Wellfull Securities
Lena Chan is Managing Director of Wellfull Securities Company Limited, a trading platform listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. She is also on the board of Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council since 2016.
Michael Yue Kwong Chan
Honorary Chairman, Legacy Academy
Dr Michael Chan is the former Chairman of Café de Coral. Following 30 years of senior management at Café de Coral, the fast food company started by his father-in-law and chaired by his brother-in-law, Michael Chan is well-equipped to aid Chinese family-run businesses through Legacy Academy. As well as this consultancy, that he founded in 2012, he sits on the board of six other public companies and advises two Hong Kong universities.
Ronnie Chi-chung Chan
Chairman, Hang Lung Group Property
Ronnie Chan mixes his vision for business with a passion for public service and philanthropy. He serves as Chairman Emeritus of Asia Society and Chairman of its Hong KongCenter, and has supported students at HarvardUniversity and in China through generous donations. Mr. Chan sits on the governing or advisory bodies of several think-tanks and universities, including The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Managing Director, CLP Holdings Limited
Chan Siu Hung is Managing Director of CLP Holdings Ltd. He is responsible for CLP’s China business with projects encompassing a wide range of energy technologies and is a director of CLP’s Hong Kong business, and several other CLPsubsidiaries. He was appointed Justice of the Peace by the HKSAR Government in 2012. He is currently a member of the Legislative Council, a member of the Election Committee for the HKSAR Chief Executive and a member of the Hong Kong AIDS Advisory Council.
Director for Greater China, Gübelin
The daughter of Star Chan, Winnie is the Director for Greater China at Swiss high-end jewellery brand Gübelin. A graduate of Loyola Marymount College in Los Angeles, she is now married to Andrew Tan. As a firm believer in giving back to society, she is a loyal supporter of Yan Chai Hospital.
Founder, J. Candice Interior Architects Daughter
Scion Michael Chan of Café de Coral fame, Candice is an interior designer by profession. She heads J Candice Interior Architects, that specialises in designing commercial interiors for brands like The Spaghetti House, Prive Group, Fook Ming Tong and the HK Jockey Club. She was also awarded with the 40 under 40 Awards by Perspective Magazine and the Asia-Pacific Interior Design Award by Hong Kong Interior Design Association. Candice is married to Leonard Chao, grandson of Zhao Anzhong.
Anson Yiu-Cheung Chang
Chairman and CEO, Bonds Group of Companies
Following in the footsteps of his late parents, education philanthropists Dr Chan Shu-Kui and Anita Chan, Anson Chan manages three schools as well as steering Bonds Group of Companies, the property and investment concern they founded, into the modern age. His pedigree includes accountancy qualifications and a wealth of asset management experience.
Executive Vice-Chairman, Cheuk Nang Holdings
Cecil Chao’s right hand at property developer Cheuk Nang since 2011, Gigi Chao inherited her father’s passion for flying – she is a Hong Kong Air Cadets Corp lieutenant and past President of the Hong Kong Aviation Club. The University of Manchester graduate previously ran a PR and model agency for many years. She is on the board of LGBT champion Big Love Alliance and founded the charities Faith in Love Foundation in 2008 and Hong Kong Marriage Equality in 2019.
Executive Chairman, WahKwong Maritime Holdings
Son of the late George Chao, Hing Chao succeeded his sister Sabrina to the chairmanship of WahKwong Maritime Transport Holdings. He is also an Executive Committee member of Hong Kong Shipowners Association. After graduating from Durham University, Chao served in several shipping companies to gain industry experience and knowledge. Chao is also the founder of Hong Kong Cultural Festival, chairman of the Cultural Heritage Earthpulse Society and author of multiple books, as well as a leading advocate of Chinese martial arts.
President, Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), BIMCO
A mathematics star pupil who began her career in finance, Sabrina Chao resisted the lure of the family shipping business until 2002. In 2013, she was named Chairman of the company founded by her grandfather, T.Y. Chao, WahKwong Maritime Transport Holdings, before stepping down In 2019.She was then nominated to be the President Designate of Baltic and International Maritime Council – a position she still holds today.
Founder and Chairman, Noblesse Lifestyle Group
Though a trained barrister by profession, Brandon juggles many roles. He is the founder of Noblesse Lifestyle Group, the co-founder of Attire House and the founder of charity A-Life Academy. Son of Brenda and the late Kai-bong, he is known for his impeccable sense of style and his passion for martial arts. He and his wife Jenny have three sons.
Chelsea Kuok Chau
Founder, SW1 Projects
Daughter of Kevin Chau (owner and principal of investment company KRC Projects) and Reina Chau, Chelsea is a graduate of Stanford University as well as the Gemological Institute of America. Having apparently inherited her entrepreneurial streak from her parents, she has founded her own jewellery company, SW1 Projects. Chelsea and her husband, Kevin Kuok – a scion of the Shangri-La Group Kuoks – share two sons.
Solina Hoi-shuen Chau
Director, Li Ka Shing Foundation
As director of the Li Ka Shing Foundation, Solina Chau has shared the property billionaire’s money with hospitals, schools, and universities all over the world. A longtime partner of the Cheung Kong Group, she founded Tom.com in 1997 during the Internet boom, and two years later, hi-tech venture capital firm Horizon Ventures to support promising start-ups.
Co-founder and CEO, Masklab
A seasoned entrepreneur, Albert is the co-founder and CEO of Masklab, the wildly successful HK-based facemask production company. Launched April last year, it falls under the umbrella of his family manufacturing business, 3i Corporation. The University of Michigan alum is also the founder of product development and manufacturing consultancy Cocoon Worldwide as well as free-to-play, move-to-earn NFT game Genopets.
Chief Executive Officer, CSOP Asset Management Ltd
Since 2010, Ding Chen has been serving as Chief Executive Officer of CSOP Asset Management Limited. She led the company into becoming the largest global RQFII manager. In 2013, she was named CEO of the Year in Asia and was awarded Permanent Honorary Chairperson of the Chinese Asset Management Association of Hong Kong. She was formerly Assistant Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of China Southern Asset Management Co. Ltd. between 2003 and 2013.
Vivien Wai-Wai Chen
Honorary Chairman, Nan Fung Group
Younger daughter of late property tycoon Chen Din-Hwa, who founded the Nan Fung Group, Vivien Chen is the honorary chairman of the textile company. She was the group’s chairman from 2009 to 2016 before becoming honorary chairman following a lawsuit with her mother. The design school graduate, who has had different roles in her father’s business empire since 1981, is also the chairman of The Chen Wai Wai Vivien Foundation Limited.
Adrian Chi Kong Cheng
Founder, K11 and K11 Art Foundation
Arts entrepreneur, philanthropist and collector Adrian Cheng’s empire has expanded from the first K11 art mall in Hong Kong to several projects across China that combine fashion retail and art. His latest venture is the K11 Musea mall at Victoria Dockside, a contemporary cultural retail destination. The Harvard graduate is also Executive Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of family property conglomerate New World Development.
Brian Chi Ming Cheng
Executive Director, NWS Holdings Ltd
Son of Henry Cheng Kar-shun, Brian is an executive director of NWS Holdings Ltd and a member of the executive committee and the sustainability committee. He is also the chairman and non-executive director of Integrated Waste Solutions Group Holdings Ltd and a non-executive director of Haitong International Securities Group Ltd, Wai Kee Holdings and Leyou Technologies Holdings. (Resigned as non-executive director of Leyou Technologies Holdings on 5 June 2019).
CEO, Chocolate Asset Management
Dorothy is the CEO of Chocolate Asset Management and also sits on the boards of International Care Ministries and the Crossroads Foundation. She was previously a director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and a portfolio manager at JP Morgan. A University of Toronto graduate, she is married to Jonathan Cheng with whom she has three children.
Edward Wai Sun Cheng
Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive, Wing Tai Properties
Edward, brother of Christopher Cheng, is also the Chairman of Lanson Place Hospitality Management Limited, the group’s hospitality arm. He is currently a non-executive director of the Securities and Futures Commission and a member of the Chief Executive’s Council of Advisors on Innovation and Strategic Development. He is aqualified solicitor in England and Wales as well as in Hong Kong. He is also an independent non-executive director of Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited.
Henry Kar Shun Cheng
Chairman and Executive Director, New World Development
The eldest of late billionaire Cheng Yu-tung’s four offspring, Henry Cheng leads the family’s many property enterprises at New World Development and manages several of their subsidiaries. The Grand Bauhinia prize winner also became the biggest single Chinese investor in the UK with private company Knight Dragon, which redeveloped London’s Greenwich Peninsula.
Ricky Chung Hing Cheng
Executive Director, China South City Holdings
Co-founder of China South City Holdings Ricky Cheng has overseen manufacturing, wholesale, e-commerce, logistics and exhibition services for more than three decades, expanding north from Shenzhen to other key Chinese cities including Xian and Harbin. He received the Hong Kong Young Industrialists Award in 1997 and is Honorary President of the Hong Kong Gemstone Manufacturers’ Association.
Sonia Chi Man Cheng
CEO, Rosewood Hotel Group
Daughter of Henry and sister of Adrian, Sonia Cheng oversees New World Development’s three-pronged hotel group business. Most notably the former investment banker has revitalized the Rosewood brand since its purchase in 2011, opening new properties in London, Beijing and Hong Kong. In June, she launched Carlyle & Co, a private members’ club occupying three floors of Rosewood Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Court of Final Appeals, Chief Justice
Hong Kong born Justice Andrew Cheung read law at the University of Hong Kong and then at Harvard Law school before being called to the bar in 1985. Following appoints tot the Supreme court of Singapore and various roles throughout Hong Kongs legal circuit. Cheung replaced Geoffery Ma as the Chief Justice of the court of Final Appeal. He is married with three children.
Chung Kiu Cheung
Chairman, CC Land
Born and raised in Chongqing, and gaining Hong Kong residency in 1980, Cheung Chung-kiu became one of the youngest chairmen of a listed company on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange at just 29. He later switched from trading to property development with CC Land, gaining notoriety with high-profile acquisitions of Ho Tung Gardens and London’s Leadenhall Building. He is also the chairman and managing director of YT Realty Group.
Ryan Ho-Chak Cheung
CEO & CEO & Founder
Having started his career in investment banking, at 27 he joined Leonteq Securities AG as the youngest Director in Asia. The HKU grad then left the banking field to fund Hong Kong-based data-driven media commerce company PressLogic in 2016. By 2018, the company had successfully raised US$10 million in funding and garnered over 12 million followers on Facebook and Instagram. Today, he remains PressLogic’s CEO.
Director, Henyep Capital Markets
The eldest of Alice and Louis Chiu’s three children, Aaron Chiu chose to pursue the law, though he continues the family legacy – since 2012 he has been a Director of UK-incorporated Henyep Capital Markets, presenting a fresh, modern face to investments. Dating back to 1977, Henyep Group is one of Hong Kong’s enduring financial institutions. Chiu is the father of five boys. He is also co-founder of cryptocurrency platform Q9 Capital.
Christine Chan Chiu
Having been in the art industry for two decades, Christine Chan Chiu has established herself as a reputable art advisor. In 2020, she co-founded AARRTT, a digital platform that curates selections of art events in Hong Kong and beyond. Prior to launching the platform, she was General Manager of the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association, playing a key role in promoting artists, galleries, and cultivating art awareness.Formerly Vice-chair of Fundraising for Operation Smile Greater China, as well as Sheen Hok Charitable Foundation.
Chairman and CEO, Far East Consortium
Son of the late Deacon Chiu of Far East Bank and ATV fame, David Chiu assumed the chair of Far East Consortium in 2011 after years of endeavour building up the family interests – Asian property and hotels (Dorsett) and gaming in Australia and Europe. Chiu, who studied at Sophia University in Japan, is a leading developer in Malaysia in his own right; he founded Malaysia Land Properties Sdn and holds the honorary titles of Dato and Tan Sri.
Vice President of Procurement, Dorsett Hospitality
The youngest daughter of property magnate David Chiu and his wife Nancy, Josephine Chiu has joined sister Winnie at Dorsett Hospitality, an arm of her father’s multinational conglomerate, Far East Consortium International. She completed stints at Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank before joining the family business in 2009, and as Vice President of Procurement, the King’s College alum now oversees countless hotels across the world.
Vice Chairman, Early Light International
Daughter of toy tycoon Francis Choi, Crystal Choi is currently the Vice Chairman of Early Light International, which through one of its subsidiaries, owns the largest toy manufacturer in the world. A graduate of Boston College, she also holds a Master’s in Corporate Finance. A firm advocate of giving back, Choi has been involved with many charitable organisations such as Yan Oi Tong and the United We Stand Foundation. She currently serves as a Vice Chairman of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals.
Jonathan K.S Choi
Chairman, Sunwah Group
Choi helms the Sunwah Group, a conglomerate whose interests range from real estate and financial services to technology, education and food. Jonathan is also dedicated to public service and sits on the board of several governmental organisations. For his efforts, he was awarded a Justice of the Peace (JP), Gold Bauhinia Star as well as the Grand Bauhinia Medal by the HKSAR government.
Karson Ka Tsan Choi
Founder and Chairman, Unique Timepieces
Group Heir-apparent to the Early Light International empire, Karson Choi joined his father, Francis, after graduating from the University of Southern California. Having cut his teeth with toy-making and real estate, he was entrusted with the family’s watch-retailing arm, Halewinner. Choi successfully rebranded the company as Unique Timepieces in 2017, showcasing 30-plus brands at boutiques in Hong Kong and Macau.
Founder, Chairman and Executive Director, Vincent Medical Holdings
Having founded Vincent Medical Holdings in 1997, the medical equipment manufacturer now produces an expansive portfolio of devices including respiratory, disposable imaging contrast, orthopaedic, and rehabilitation products. A 42-year veteran of the manufacturing industry, Man-shing’s responsibility as chairman includes formulating long-term development and marketing strategies for the group.
Chief Executive Officer, Private Equity Asia Morgan Stanley
Having joined Morgan Stanley in 1987 in New York, H. Chin Chou has spent over 33 years with the company, with the past 29 years having been spent in Asia. The magna cum laude University of Pennsylvania alumni and Harvard Business School graduate has led MSPE Asia’s five regional private equity funds to date, and now sits as CEO of Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia as well as Managing Director of Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong.
Founder and Chairwoman, Dragon General Aviation Group
One of the few women in the private jet business in Asia, Shanghai-born Diana Chou has sold almost 100 planes and 70 helicopters since switching from the beauty industry in 1999. Her three aviation companies, including bespoke charter flight concern L’Voyage, are now under the Dragon General Aviation Group banner; her father, Chao Kuang-piu, founded airline Dragonair in Hong Kong.
Leigh Tung Chou
Director, Tung Foundation
The elder daughter of Tung Chee-chen, Leigh Tung-Chou pursues charity work with a deep and admirable passion. She is a member of the board of governors of the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation, development committee of Hong Kong Ballet, as well as a director of the Tung Foundation. Rather than going into the family shipping business, in her earlier years the Georgetown University graduate worked in fashion marketing with brands like Christian Dior and Fendi. She and husband Stanley Chou have three children.
President and CEO, Novel Enterprises
Brother of Diana, textiles tycoon Silas Chou has long helmed a global fashion supply chain, making clothes in China, Vietnam, and South Asia for an array of brands. Past ownership of names such as Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger put him firmly on the fashion map. He has, since then, sold his shares and assists daughters Veronica and Vivian in their fashion investment acquisitions.
Anthony Wing Kin Chow
Independent Non-executive director, MTR Corporation
From Hong Kong’s century-old law association to the city’s largest community benefactor, Dr. Anthony Chow Wing Kin has taken the helm of some of the city’s leading institutions and contributed to his hometown’s legal and social development. His life-long passion for law and horse racing has also had a telling impact beyond the court and racecourse. Upon admission as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1979, he got a job at a Hong Kong based- international firm.
Executive Director, Chevalier Group
Daughter of the late Dr Chow Yei Ching, Lily plays a key role in Chevalier Group, the company he founded in 1970. Having joined the company in 1990, as its Executive Director, she is responsible for the group’s business development and strategic planning. She is also an Honorary Chairman of Ladies’ Committee of The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the board of Governors of Hong Kong Sinfonietta.
Oscar Vee Tsang Chow
Non-executive Director, Chevalier Group
Son of the late Dr Chow Yei Ching, Oscar joined the family firm, construction and engineering conglomerate Chevalier Holdings, in 2000. Having graduated with a Master’s in Engineering from Oxford University, he is currently Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce. His other responsibilities include honorary consulship of the Kingdom of Bahrain in Hong Kong. Chow’s sister Lily is an Executive Director at Chevalier.
This San Francisco native has a proven entrepreneurial streak, with stakes in multiple businesses including Central Weddings, a luxury wedding boutique, and The Private Wine Company. The Purdue University graduate is also co-founder of EcoDrive, an environmental organisation dedicated to combating the burgeoning rise of single-use plastics in Hong Kong. Married to Hamilton Tang and a mother of two, Choy is an avid outdoor sports fan.
Founder and Managing Partner, Kenetic
After graduating from Johns Hopkins, Chu worked as an art dealer before giving up his career to focus solely on blockchain and cryptocurrency investment. Today, he helms Kenetic, a venture capital firm helping others looking to break into the industry, and also dedicates himself to Social Alpha Foundation, the blockchain / social impact non-profit he co-founded.
Chairman and CEO, Mission Hills Group
Joining his late father, David Chu, in the family business in 1995, Ken Chu has guided its expansion from one mega golf course complex in Shenzhen-Dongguan - the largest golf club in the world - to a second in Hainan, while introducing other sporting facilities, hotels, wellness facilities, theme parks, entertainment and retail complexes as well as international schools. Chu also serves as National Committee Member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Pollyanna Yuet-wah Chu
CEO, Kingston Financial Group
After studying in San Francisco, Pollyanna Chu and her husband, Nicholas, invested in the Bay Area real estate market. She co-founded Kingston Financial Group (“KFG”) in 1992, named after their son, which has become a prominent financial services powerhouse today. KFG is also in the hospitality business which owns two hotels in Macau. Her entrepreneurial spirit remained unstoppable: she bought seven floors of a skyscraper in Central, The Center, in early 2018.
Samuel Wai-tak Chu
Co-founder, Managing Partner & CIO, Phoenix Property Investors
Since 2002, globe-trotting banker and real-estate investor Samuel Chu has rapidly built the firm he co-founded, Phoenix Property Investors, into a regional force, opening offices in Taipei, Shanghai, Seoul and Sydney. The innovative private equity investment group’s award-winning buildings, including Tower 535 and The Morgan, are attractive prospects for stakeholders.
Vice-Chairman, Mission Hills Group
Tenniel is a Standing Committee Member of the Shenzhen CPPCC and the Secretary-General of One Asia. Serving also as Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Youth Council, Tenniel has been at the forefront of sports and youth development. He helped establish the Tenniel Chu Chair in Sports Management programme at the University of Toronto courtesy of a record donation in 2017. Taking Mission Hills beyond golf, he spearheaded ventures with FC Barcelona,NBA, PGA of America and Top Rank Boxing.
Albert Ka Pun Chuang
Chairman and Managing Director, Chuang’s Consortium
With over 18 years of experience in property business and general management, he has stepped into the shoes of his father Alan Chuang at the family’s manufacturing firm, Chuang’s Consortium. He is also the company’s chairman of the corporate governance committee and works alongside siblings Edwin and Geoffrey, and Candy, and brother-in-law Neville.
Edwin Ka-Fung Chuang
Deputy Managing Director, Chuang’s Consortium
International Parsons School of Design alumni Edwin Chuang has built on his architecture, interior design and urban planning training at a hip hotel brand. The Chuang’s Consortium scion is the CEO and Founder of Sáv hospitality, named for style, attitude and vision. The family owns the Sáv Hong Kong and Taipei hotels and manages a resort in Cebu, among others. Chuang also translated his passion for yachting and fitness into business ventures.
Kingston Chun Ho Chun
Executive Director, Kingston Financial Group Ltd
Kingston Chu is making a name for himself in his parents’ business kingdom. He has steered Sincere Watch (H.K.) Limited since 2012, is Chairman and Executive Director of property management services firm Synergis Holdings Ltd, as well as Executive Director of Kingston Financial Group. He also plays a prominent role in youth leadership and community organizations in Greater China.
Roy Chi-Ping Chung
Co-founder and Non-executive Director of Techtronic Industries
Dr Roy Chi Ping Chung has joined the ranks of billionaires, thanks to the rise in value of his multinational company Techtronic Industries. Prior to assuming his role as Non-executive Director, he was sitting as Group Managing Director and Executive Director in 1985 and 2007, respectively. He holds a Doctorate Degree in Engineering from the University of Warwick, UK and in Business Administration from City University of Macau. Among his many laurels throughout the decades, including Honorary Doctorates by various universities, he founded charity organization Bright Future Charitable Foundation in 2005.
Bradley Guy Martin Coutts
Having joined the Swire group in 1987, Bradley has represented the company’s interests across the globe. Named CEO of Swire Properties since January 2015, he stepped into the position of Chairman of the company and its parent holding Swire Pacific in August 2021. He is also chairman of John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Limited and a Director of Cathay Pacific.