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Ada CHUNG, JP

Ex-officio member
Ada Chung   

 

 

Council / Committees /

Working Groups membership

(in last two years):

(Attendance record)

  • Ex-officio member
  • Member

Representative of the Financial Secretary, Government of the HKSAR (since 2007)

Regulatory Oversight Board (since 2017)

 

 

 

Professional qualifications:

  • FCPA
  • Barrister-at-law
  • FCS
  • FHKIoD

 

Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants

 

Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries

The Hong Kong Institute of Directors

Position & company:

Registrar of Companies

Companies Registry

 

Other public appointments & affiliations:

  • Justice of the Peace
  • Ex-officio member

Financial Reporting Council

Skills & experiences:

Ms. Chung is a barrister-at-law and a certified public accountant. She was appointed as the Registrar of Companies in August 2007. Before her appointment as the Registrar, she was a Deputy Law Officer of the Department of Justice.

 

As the Registrar of Companies, she was heavily involved in the rewrite of the Companies Ordinance. Ms. Chung spearheaded the implementation of the new Companies Ordinance, the introduction of electronic company incorporation and electronic filing of company information in Hong Kong and, more recently, the implementation of the new anti-money laundering initiatives relating to the transparency of corporate beneficial ownership and a licensing regime for trust or company service providers.

     
     
   
     
 

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