Hong Kong's ability to thrive as a leading international financial centre depends on the quality performance of our industry professionals. Many of these high profile professionals are HKSI Institute members who continue to gain a competitive edge in their careers through their participation in HKSI Institute. The members profiled include:
|Member||Topic||Date of Issue|
|Mr Iain BRUCE, MHKSI
Backing Winners Scotsman and long-term Hong Kong resident Iain Bruce has seen the city mature as a financial market.
|May / Jun 2008|
|Ms Julia CHARLTON, FHKSI
Destination China Hong Kong's securities-related service industries received a boost when Mainland companies began listing here, and for member Ms Julia Charlton there has been no looking back.
|Mar / Apr 2005|
|Mr Moses CHENG, MHKSI
Crowded Hours HKSI member Moses Cheng's legal firm has a philosophy of contributing towards serving the community. A glance at his curriculum vitae would reveal he has certainly been living up to that tradition.
|Nov / Dec 2008|
|Mr Hon CHEUNG, MHKSI
Managing a Truly Global Firm Working in a dynamic, everchanging industry with a global perspective has its challenges, and yet, according to Hon Cheung at State Street Global Advisors, has as many rewards.
|Jul / Aug 2006|
|Mr Joseph CHEUNG, MHKSI
Challenges Bring Success The Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA®) examination is not for the ill advised or unprepared, suggests Mr Joseph Cheung Wang-ngai, HKSI member and chief executive officer of Oasis Investment Management Ltd.
|Jan / Feb 2004|
|Prof. Stella CHO, MHKSI
Taking on a New Challenge Prof. Stella Cho, a scholar and leading authority on tax issues for many years in Hong Kong, has decided to make a greater contribution to the finance and accounting professions on the Mainland by teaching at a new university in the Pearl River Delta.
|May / Jun 2009|
|Mr Paul DAY, MHKSI
In it for the Long Haul The head of Morgan Stanley's operations division in Asia, Paul Day, has benefited and grown by working his way up through the ranks of one organisation. But at times it has not been an easy path.
|Sep / Oct 2008|
|Mr Paul FAN, FHKSI
Tapping the Talent Pool The HKSI is a vast pool of untapped talent and in order for the local industry to develop that talent needs to be uncovered and recognised, believes Fellow Member Mr Paul Fan, Chairman, Paul Fan Securities Limited.
|May / Jun 2004|
|Prof. Michael FIRTH, MHKSI, CIIA
Numbers Tell the Story Proving that accounting research can have a broader appeal than just for accountants, HKSI member Professor Michael Firth's work is lifting the veil on how businesses operate in China.
|May / Jun 2004|
|Mr Andrew FUNG, FHKSI
On Top of His Game A developing market place needs flexible individuals and for Andrew Fung Hau-chung, Deputy General Manager and Head of Investment and Insurance of Hang Seng Bank, his ability to adapt has led to a long and varied career.
|Nov / Dec 2006|
|Ms Samantha HO, MHKSI
Lured by China INVESCO's Samantha Ho is well placed to take advantage of her technical background and language skills to make the most of opportunities in the Mainland.
|Mar / Apr 2006|
|Mr Martin HUI, MHKSI
Change of Fortune While HKSI member Martin Hui's advice to clients is based on skill in predicting movements in the markets, luck played a role in shifting his own career toward private banking.
|Jan / Feb 2009|
|Mr Paul KENNEDY, MHKSI
A Life Less Private For SFC Chief Operating Officer Paul Kennedy, moving from the private to public sector brought a new set of challenges including changing his mindset and adapting to an organisation where the bottom line meant little more than managing a budget.
|Sep / Oct 2007|
|Mr Ben KWONG, MHKSI
Enlightened Path to Success HKSI member and media finance pundit Ben Kwong believes his brush with misfortune has made him a better manager.
|Nov / Dec 2007|
|Dr Cynthia LAM, FHKSI
Mission Possible HKSI Fellow and Bloomberg Tradebook Compliance Director Dr Cynthia Lam, tells "Hong Kong Securities" how she plans to bring corporate compliance to the fore.
|Nov / Dec 2004|
|Mr Raymond LAM, MHKSI
Access All Areas As the Director and Deputy General Manager of China Merchants Securities (HK) Co., Ltd, Raymond Lam was among the first to witness the benefits of closer integration with Mainland's securities industry.
|Sep / Oct 2006|
|Mr Craig LINDSAY, FHKSI
Commitment to the Industry With Asia's vast potential for hedge funds, industry specialist and HKSI Board Director Craig Lindsay believes Hong Kong has a competitive advantage, fuelled in part by the Institute's training and networking opportunities.
|Jan / Feb 2006|
|Mr David LUI, FHKSI
Learning to Win Industry veteran and HKSI board member Mr David Lui calls for more emphasis on personal development if Hong Kong is to retain its competitiveness.
|Sep / Oct 2004|
|Mr John MAGUIRE, FHKSI
A Natural Market According to member John Maguire, the Hong Kong exchange offers opportunities that can't be found anywhere else in the world, meaning securities related professionals can count on growth - and excitement - in the years to come.
|May / Jun 2005|
|Mr Lindsay MANN, MHKSI
From insurance to Investment The investment management industry greatly appeals to Lindsay Mann, a former Hong Kong resident now based in Singapore who for nearly a decade has played his part in helping to develop the market in Asia.
|Nov / Dec 2005|
|Mr Anthony MUH, FHKSI
What You Know and Who You Know Mr Anthony Muh is bullish on continued education and the importance of networking.
|Jan / Feb 2005|
|Mr Kenju OGYU, MHKSI
City Slicker Member Kenju Ogyu tells us why he thinks international exposure is important and how a night in sub-zero temperatures prompted a career change.
|Jan / Feb 2007|
|Ms Winnie PUN, MHKSI
High Achiever Winnie Pun, Managing Director of BlackRock believes there is no substitute for practical experience and she didn't get where she is today without taking on new challenges.
|Jul / Aug 2007|
|Mr Stephen Richards EVANS, MHKSI
Running Man Standard Chartered Bank's Stephen Richards Evans explains why Asia's service-conscious high net worths are keeping everyone on their toes.
|May / Jun 2007|
|Mr Andrew SHENG, FHKSI(Hon)
Banking Through the Good Times and Bad As a central banker and regulator of many years' experience, Andrew Sheng has seen and dealt with some of the most tumultuous times in the banking industry's history in Asia.
|Mar / Apr 2009|
|Mr Stewart SHING, FHKSI
Both Sides of the Table The head of the clearing division at HKEx has played major roles both inside and outside the Exchange.
|Mar / Apr 2008|
|Ms Tina SO, FHKSI
Converging Experience Through years of experience that combine private and public sectors both here in Hong Kong and the Mainland, Tina So has gained a unique perspective on issues in these two rapidly converging markets.
|Jul / Aug 2005|
|Ms Maggie TSUI, MHKSI
Know Yourself Hong Kong was a very different place when Maggie Tsui, Managing Director and Head of Investment Services, Hong Kong for BNP Paribas Private Bank first entered the financial services industry 27 years ago.
|Mar / Apr 2007|
|Mr Alex WANG, MHKSI
Change in Flight Path Alex Wang's career has taken several twists and turns. After starting as an interpreter for a regional airline in the Sichuan province, he now holds a senior position in Beijing in a leading Chinese investment bank.
|July / Aug 2009|
|Mr John WILLIAMSON, FHKSI
Managing a Complex Business in Asia Ensuring seamless and effective operations and risk management practices for Morgan Stanley in Asia- Pacific is a challenging task. But it is one that John Williamson says can be successfully achieved with cross-border cooperation.
|May / Jun 2006|
|Mr Sunny WONG, MHKSI
Training Day Success Mr Sunny Wong Chung Mun is the Managing Director of the Retail Brokerage Department at BOCI Securities Limited and fully understands the advantages that await Hong Kong professionals under the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA).
|Mar / Apr 2004|