Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Appointments

PUBLISHED : Monday, 04 February, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 04 February, 2008, 12:00am

David Chu

Partner

Heller Ehrman LLP

Mr Chu has experience with securities-related and shareholder disputes, internal fraud investigations, corporate governance, audit negligence and complex commercial litigation. He has been based in Hong Kong since 1999. Mr Chu is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Chris Morley

Managing director

Nielsen Marketing, China

Mr Morley will be responsible for expanding the company's retail and consumer research presence on the mainland. He previously served as managing director of Nielsen Vietnam. Based in Shanghai, Mr Morley will serve on the firm's Greater China management team.

Anna Ku Fung-yee

Assistant general manager, international operation planning division

Mizuho Corporate Bank

Ms Ku will be assistant general manager of the international operation planning division at the Hong Kong office of the bank. She will advise on operational matters to Mizuho's Asian branches.

Barbara Chiu

General manager

Cisco Hong Kong & Macau

Ms Chiu is responsible for overseeing Cisco's strategy and field sales operations in the region. She joined in 2006 as manager, enterprise and financial services, and has since made a great impact. She has more than 20 years of experience in IT and telecommunications.

Philip Levinson

Head of client relations Asia (ex-Japan)

Rreef

Mr Levinson will run client relations' capital raising activities throughout Asia ex-Japan, maintaining dialogue with existing clients and launching new products. Most recently, he set up and ran client services at LaSalle Investment Management in Asia.

Jon Tanaka

Head of portfolio management and client relations, Japan

Rreef

Mr Tanaka's role spans Rreef's core property strategies through various funds and separate accounts for individual clients. He will cover real estate and hedge fund clients in Japan. He was previously with Bankers Trust in New York.

Jolene Wong

General manager for Hong Kong and Taiwan

NCR Corp

Ms Wong will lead the company's self-service and assisted-service businesses in industries such as banking, retail and travel in Hong Kong and Taiwan. She will continue to serve as general manager, payment solutions in Greater China, on an interim basis.

Allison Burnett

Director of sales and marketing

One&Only Kanuhura, Maldives

Ms Burnett will also oversee public relations for the One&Only Kanuhura resort. With 20 years in the travel industry, she had previously worked for Abercrombie and Kent based in London and had set up a number of international programmes.

James Riley

Chairman

British Chamber of Commerce

Mr Riley, group finance director of the Jardine Matheson Group, takes over from Peter Sullivan of Standard Chartered Bank. Mr Riley, who has served as the chamber's deputy chairman, expects the Beijing Olympics to provide opportunities this year.

Tong Wai-lok

Director

Scott Wilson

Mr Tong has directed more than 100 projects in Hong Kong and abroad valued at more than HK$11 billion. As the head of structures, China division, he will oversee the expansion of Scott Wilson's rapidly growing property business in Hong Kong, the mainland and neighbouring countries.

Karen Kemp

Executive director, banking policy department

Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Ms Kemp joined in 1995 in the Office of the General Counsel, where she was deputy general counsel from 2001. She was seconded to Exchange Fund Investment from 1999 to 2001 as deputy chief executive.

Esmond Lee

Executive director, financial infrastructure department

Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Mr Lee has played a key role in the development and operations of clearing and settlement systems since joining the HKMA in 1993. He was chief representative in the HKMA's New York office from 1998 to 2000.

Stephen Dunbar-Johnson

Publisher

International Herald Tribune

Mr Dunbar-Johnson will succeed Michael Golden, who will continue to serve as The New York Times' vice-chairman. Mr Dunbar-Johnson was named executive vice-president in 2006. Previously, he served as vice-president and commercial director.

Paul Murphy

Managing director, global distribution

Barclays Capital

Based in Singapore, Mr Murphy will focus on strengthening the client franchise in the Asia-Pacific by developing broader and deeper relationships with key clients. He has more than 20 years of international experience in capital markets.

 

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