Former chief executive Tung Chee-hwa will be among 10 prominent pallbearers at veteran banker Lee Quo-wei's funeral tomorrow. Lee, who was executive chairman of Hang Seng Bank from 1983 to 1998 and a key figure during Hong Kong's transition from British rule, died aged 95 on August 10. A vigil will be held tonight at the Hong Kong Funeral Home, in North Point, and the funeral will be held on Thursday morning, according to a statement issued by the bank yesterday. Also on the list of pallbearers are two veteran legal and political figures: Ti-liang Yang, the only ethnic Chinese to be Chief Justice under colonial rule and Tung's rival in the first election for the city's top job; and Chung Sze-yuen, former convenor of the Executive Council. The others include former HSBC Holdings group chairman William Purves, Exco member Chow Chung-kong, former Hong Kong Monetary Authority chief executive Joseph Yam Chi-kwong, Chinese University vice-chancellor Joseph Sung Jao-yiu, former Exco member Roger Lobo, Hang Seng Bank chief executive Rose Lee Wai-mun and Dr Ho Tzu-leung, director of the S.H. Ho Foundation, whose father Ho Sin-hang established Hang Seng Bank in 1933.