Louisa Cheang

Louisa Cheang is vice-chairman and chief executive of Hang Seng Bank

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Women leaders are still scarce among Hong Kong blue-chip companies, despite the business case for diversity

As Laura Cha makes history as the first woman to chair the Hong Kong exchange, companies should reflect on the value of diversity in the workplace.

As Laura Cha makes history as the first woman to chair the Hong Kong exchange, companies should reflect on the value of diversity in the workplace.

17 May 2018 - 7:39PM
30 Apr 2013 - 5:35AM
Poverty in old age a future we must avert

A new report by HSBC estimates that most people will spend 18 years in retirement, but says they have enough savings to fund only 10 of those years in comfort. It paints a grim picture of elderly retirees starting to run out of money just as their medical bills and care costs start to mount in earnest.

A new report by HSBC estimates that most people will spend 18 years in retirement, but says they have enough savings to fund only 10 of those years in comfort. It paints a grim picture of elderly retirees starting to run out of money just as their medical bills and care costs start to mount in earnest.

27 Feb 2013 - 4:55AM
Asians looks on the bright side in retirement

The tectonic shifts under way in the global economy, demography and society are rewriting the future of billions of men and women in Asia. For most, that future is bright, but there is a danger that optimism is displacing proper planning for retirement.

The tectonic shifts under way in the global economy, demography and society are rewriting the future of billions of men and women in Asia. For most, that future is bright, but there is a danger that optimism is displacing proper planning for retirement.

18 Sep 2013 - 3:16AM