The Financial Infrastructure and Market Development Sub-Committee

The Financial Infrastructure and Market Development Sub-CommitteeNote makes recommendations on measures to further develop Hong Kong’s status as an international financial centre and strengthen the international competitiveness of Hong Kong’s financial services, including promoting the development, operational excellence, safety and efficiency of the financial infrastructure in Hong Kong; and promoting the development of Hong Kong as an offshore renminbi centre and fostering the development of other enabling factors. It also makes recommendations on initiatives for the HKMA and monitors the work of the HKMA.

Chairman
  • Mr Eddie YUE, JP
    The Monetary Authority
Members
  • Mr Arthur YUEN, JP
    Deputy Chief Executive
    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
  • Mr Howard LEE, JP
    Deputy Chief Executive
    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
  • Mr Edmond LAU
    Senior Executive Director
    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
  • Mr Jack CHEUNG Tai-keung
    Chief Executive Officer
    Treasury Markets Association
  • Mrs Ayesha MACPHERSON LAU, JP
    Managing Partner, Hong Kong
    KPMG China
  • Mr Vincent CHUI Yik-chiu
    Chief Executive
    Morgan Stanley Bank Asia Limited
  • Ms DING Chen
    Chief Executive Officer
    CSOP Asset Management Limited
  • Mr Harold WONG Tsu-hing
    Managing Director and Chief Executive
    Dah Sing Bank, Limited
  • Mr Joseph NGAI, JP
    Senior Partner and Managing Partner, Greater China
    McKinsey & Company, Inc. Hong Kong
  • Professor Kalok CHAN
    Wei Lun Professor of Finance
    Department of Finance, CUHK Business School
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong 
  • Ms Jacqueline LEUNG
    President & Managing Director
    Leighton Textiles Co., Ltd.
    Leighton Investments Ltd.
  • The Honourable Bernard Charnwut CHAN, GBS, JP
    President
    Asia Financial Holdings Limited
  • Mr Ericson CHAN
    Chief Executive Officer
    Ping An Technology
  • Mr Leong CHEUNG
    Executive Director, Charities and Community
    The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Ms Mary HUEN Wai-yi
    Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
    Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Mrs Ann KUNG YEUNG Yun-chi
    Deputy Chief Executive
    Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Ms Miranda KWOK Pui-fong
    President and Executive Director
    China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited
  • Ms Amy LO Choi-wan
    Group Managing Director
    Country Head & Chief Executive, Hong Kong
    UBS
  • Ms Helen WONG Pik-kuen, JP
  • Mr Dennis CHOW Chi-in
    Managing Partner
    Deloitte China Southern Region
  • The Honourable Rimsky YUEN Kwok-keung, GBM, SC, JP
    Temple Chambers
  • Ms Angel NG Yin-yee
    Chief Executive Officer
    Hong Kong and Macau
    Citibank, N.A.
  • Mr CHEN Shuang, JP
    Chief Executive Officer and President
    CIMC Capital Holdings Limited
Secretary
  • Ms Carrie CHAN
    Head (Corporate Development)
    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Terms of Reference
  1. To recommend to the Financial Secretary through the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee measures to further develop Hong Kong’s status as an international financial centre and strengthen the international competitiveness of Hong Kong’s financial services, including –
    1. measures to promote the development, operational excellence, safety and efficiency of the financial infrastructure in Hong Kong, particularly payment and settlement arrangements;
    2. measures to promote the development of Hong Kong as an offshore renminbi centre;
    3. measures to foster the development of other enabling factors that would help enhance the competitiveness of Hong Kong’s financial services; and
    4. initiatives for the HKMA, in discharging its responsibilities for maintaining the stability and integrity of the monetary and financial systems of Hong Kong, to promote the development of the financial infrastructure and financial markets in Hong Kong under (a) to (c) above.
  2. To monitor the work of the HKMA in relation to the initiatives identified in (1) above.

Note : Formerly known as the "Financial Infrastructure Sub-Committee".

Last revision date : 18 November 2019