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The Power List 2020-12-02T17:38:17+00:00

2020 Gafencu Power list 300

 

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Melissa Fok

Founder, No. Thirty Three

Jewellery designer Melissa honed her skills at The Central Academy of Fine Arts and Parsons School of Design, before getting a graduate gemologist degree at the Gemological Institute of America. Melissa now runs her own jewellery brand, No. Thirty Three, that is named after her residential address. She is also involved with local charity Chung Sin Society, an NGO that she founded to promote social welfare.

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Kenneth Fok Kai-kong

Co-Vice President, Fok Ying Tung Group

At 40, the eldest of Timothy Fok’s three sons sits beside his father on the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong. He is also a member of the Hong Kong Government Commission on Youth. The Oxford University graduate has been instrumental in the family’s huge Pearl River Delta residential, commercial and lifestyle project at Nansha Bay, the ancestral home of his late grandfather, Henry Fok.

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Eric Fok Kai-shan

Co-Vice President, Fok Ying Tung Group

Inheriting his father Timothy’s love of football, Eric Fok is an active director of the Hong Kong Football Association. His yachting interest steers his involvement in Fok Ying Tung Group’s Nansha Bay project, where he heads the marina and is honorary president of the Guangdong Yacht Industry Association. The King’s College London alum worked in investment banking in New York before his 2007 return to Hong Kong.

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Timothy Fok Tsun-ting

President, Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong

Olympic sports and football have long dominated Timothy Fok’s life. He remains an honorary member of the International Olympic Committee while still presiding over Hong Kong’s Olympic affairs. The former Legco member’s family commitments include chairing the Fok Ying Tung Group and the Fok Ying Tung Foundation, both named for his late father. He is also co-chairman of casino powerhouse SJM Holdings.

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Jonathan Fu Dei-jeng

Managing Director, Eurasian Management (HK) Ltd

Scion of the Fus of Furama hotel fame, Jonathan Fu settled in Edinburgh after his studies, but returned to Hong Kong to build a charitable foundation with his father, Adrian, head of the family property and financial assets conglomerate, KHI Holdings Group. The younger Fu is also a financier; he launched investment advisory firm Eurasian Management in 2008.

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Spencer Fung

Group CEO, Li & Fung Ltd

Since joining the 113-year-old family business in 2001 as a merchandiser, Spencer Fung has brought his accountancy (he’s a US-certified public accountant) and business administration degrees to the table. Now, as CEO, he is securing a global infrastructure, supply chain and digital platform for the company’s customers to transition to the digital economy space. In the past, he has advised the British Fashion Council and steered a Silicon Valley start-up.

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Terence Fung

Executive Director, Fung Group

A member of the renowned Fung family, Terence is an executive director of the Fung Group. He is also an Executive Committee Member of the charitable organisation, Li & Fung Foundation. He went to Princeton University and Boston College. He is married to Colleen Yu and they have two children, Kylie and Lucas.

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Victor Fung Kwok-king

Group Chairman, Fung Group

The grandson of Li & Fung’s co-founder Fung Pak-liu, Victor Fung is a much decorated business leader. While devoting himself to Fung Group, he has served on numerous public, industry, and education committees. He has strong connections with Harvard University, where he got his doctorate and taught at the Business School. He also led the Fung Global Institute into a research and think-tank partnership with the University of Hong Kong.

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William Fung Kwok-lun

Group Non-executive Chairman, Li & Fung Ltd

Like his brother Victor, William Fung has dedicated his business life to the family firm. He has been instrumental in all areas of the Group, from trading, logistics and distribution to retailing – an empire that spans convenience stores, toys and high-end fashion. As chairman of Global Brands Group, he takes a special interest in brands such as Juicy Couture and Kenneth Cole.

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Marissa Fung Shaw

Philanthropist

Former interior designer Marissa Fung devotes her time to supporting the arts. She is a consultant at the Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society, assisting corporations with social responsibility programmes, and a trustee of the Asian Cultural Council. The Brown University alumni is married to Jay Shaw, and sits on the boards of M+ at West Kowloon, and Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Connection, which acts to inspire Hong Kong youth.

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Sabrina Fung-Lam Wing-yee

Group Managing Director, Fung Retailing Ltd

Daughter of Victor Fung and sister of Spencer, Sabrina Fung- Lam oversees Fung Retailing, the privately held distribution arm of the Fung Group. She is also a non-executive director of Trinity, a listed company that owns luxury menswear brands including Gieves & Hawkes and Cerruti 1881 – Trinity has more than 200 boutiques in mainland China. She was educated at Harvard, and guided a joint venture in China with Macy’s department store.