Non-Executive Directors (non-official)
Mrs Cecilia Wong Ng Kit-wah
Mrs Cecilia Wong Ng Kit-wah is a partner of Kevin Ng & Co., Solicitors. She is also a China-Appointed Attesting Officer, mediator and arbitrator. Mrs Wong is an experienced solicitor in private practice and is competent in matrimonial law, criminal and civil litigation, probate, commercial and corporate law. She actively participates in promoting the use of mediation and has enormous experience in mediation and arbitration for various matters. She was appointed as a member of the Chief Justice’s Working Party on Mediation, and was a member of Secretary for Justice’s Working Group on Mediation. She took part in the drafting of the Mediation Ordinance. Mrs Wong is currently a Council member of the Law Society of Hong Kong, member of the Duty Lawyer Service Council, and a Director of Joint Mediation Helpline Office (JMHO). She is also the Chairlady of the Appeal Tribunal Panel under the Buildings Ordinance.
Term of Office: 1/5/2016 - 30/4/2022
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