Ms. Ki Man-Fung, Leonie GBS, SBS, JP
Appointed as a Non-executive Director in December 2008 and was re-designated as Executive Director in March 2012 and re-designated as Non-executive Director in June 2018. Ms. Ki has been the managing director of New World China Enterprises Projects Limited (a subsidiary of the Company) since 1997 and is also a director of certain subsidiaries of the Group. Ms. Ki is an independent non-executive director of Clear Media Limited and Sa Sa International Holdings Limited, both are listed public companies in Hong Kong. Ms. Ki is also a director of Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation. Ms. Ki has more than 30 years’ experience in integrated communication and marketing services. She was the founder, partner and chairman/chief executive officer of Grey Hong Kong Advertising Limited and Grey China Advertising Limited. Ms. Ki is committed to the community and public services. She was the first chief executive of The Better Hong Kong Foundation. She is currently a director of PMQ Management Company Limited, founder and honorable president of Wu Zhi Qiao Charitable Foundation, a member of the Asian Advisory Board of Cheng Yu Tung Management Institute, Richard Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario, Canada), vice chairman of the Committee of Overseers of Morningside College at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, a member of the Advisory Board of the EMBA Programme of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the honorary consultant for the School of Hip Hop of Youth Outreach, vice-chairman, council of the Musicus Society, and a member of Hong Kong Institute of Construction Management Board. Ms. Ki is a recipient of Honorary University Fellowship from The Open University of Hong Kong and The University of Hong Kong. She has been awarded the honour of Beta Gamma Sigma by the Faculty of Business Administration of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Justice of the Peace, the Silver Bauhinia Star and the Gold Bauhinia Star by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.