• Public lecture

Advisory Board


(Front row from right) Mr. Kenneth Wong, Mr. ZENG Chao, Prof Albert Ip (Former Chairman), and Prof Steven Wei.
(Back row from right) Prof Keith Wong, Dr. Leo Ye, Prof LI Jingyuan, Prof Joseph Cheng (Former MSc in Finance Programme Director), Mr. Gerry Cheung, and Prof Martin Yick.

(From right) Prof Steven Wei, Prof Keith Wong, Dr. Leo Ye, Prof LI Jingyuan, Mr. Clement Wong, Prof Albert Ip (Former Chairman), Prof Joseph Cheng (Former MSc in Finance Programme Director), and Mr. Kenneth Wong.




Mr. WONG Kwok Leung, Kenneth


General Manager and Head
Corporate Banking Division II
China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Ltd.


Mr. CHEUNG Gee Yin, Gerry


Head of Client Approval and Review
Standard Chartered

Mr. CHUNG Koon Chung, Benny


Chief Executive Officer
China Tonghai Capital Limited

Professor WEI Xiangdong, Steven


Associate Professor
School of Accounting and Finance
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Mr. WONG Cheuk Yiu, Clement


Head of Greater China Corporate
Finance Group for Credit Ratings of Non-Property Companies
Moody's Investors Service Hong Kong Ltd.

Professor WONG Kit Pong, Keith


Director and Professor
School of Economics and Finance
The University of Hong Kong

Mr. ZENG Chao


Managing Director and Co-Head
Financial Institutions for Greater China and Japan
Standard Chartered


Terms of Reference

The role of an Advisory Board is to act as an interface between Government/ industry/commerce/the community at large and the Department(s)/unit(s) concerned/CEAL/ CLEAC of the University. An Advisory Board shall normally meet once a year to help plan and keep under review the following aspects of work including future developments:

(a) level and length of courses/programme(s) concerned in relation to local needs;

(b) the relevance of the courses/programme(s) in relation to the local needs;

(c) the prospects of local employment for graduates;

(d) the adequacy of the equipment and other resources of the academic unit(s) to fulfil local needs;

(e) the development of teaching and other activities carried out jointly by the academic unit(s) and the appropriate sector of the community;

(f) investigation consultancy and other services given by the academic unit(s); and

(g) keep under review the assistance which the community can give to further the objectives of the University in the subject concerned by way of practical training facilities, the provision of part-time teaching staff and equipment, the award of scholarships, student-fellowships, etc.