Alejandro Nicolas Aguzin to step down as HKEX CEO

The Board of Administrators of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Restricted (HKEX) at the moment proclaims that Mr Aguzin, Chief Government of HKEX, has knowledgeable the Board that he won’t search reappointment on the finish of his present contract in Could 2024.

Mr Aguzin, Chief Government, commented:

“Main HKEX has been the privilege of a lifetime, and I owe deep gratitude to all of the hardworking colleagues, companions and stakeholders who’ve supported me alongside the way in which. Goal is essential to me and after I began at HKEX, we set about delivering on ours, ‘to attach, promote and progress our markets and the communities they assist for the advantage of all’.

The Board introduced the appointment of Ms Chan Yiting, Bonnie as Chief Government of HKEX, efficient 24 Could 2024, for a time period of three years till 23 Could 2027. Ms Chan can even develop into an ex-officio member of the Board efficient 24 Could 2024.

Pursuant to part 70 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (“SFO”), the appointment of Ms Chan because the Chief Government of HKEX has been authorised by the Securities and Futures Fee (SFC).

Ms Chan has over 30 years of expertise in authorized and monetary providers. She joined HKEX as Head of Itemizing in January 2020 and is presently Co-Chief Working Officer of HKEX. Previous to becoming a member of HKEX, she was a associate of Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP from 2010 to 2019, the place she oversaw a large portfolio of purchasers in Hong Kong and throughout Asia.

Previous to this, she served because the Head of IPO Transactions, Itemizing Division, HKEX from 2007 to 2010. Ms Chan beforehand served as a member of the Board of Inland Income of the Authorities of the Hong Kong Particular Administrative Area and Monetary Companies Improvement Council and was an ex-officio member of the Standing Committee on Firm Regulation Reform from 2020 to 2022.

She holds a Bachelor of Legal guidelines from the College of Hong Kong and a Grasp of Legal guidelines from Harvard Regulation Faculty.



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