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Family Office Association Hong Kong Elected New Chair

Family Office Association Hong Kong Elected New Chair

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September 15, 2022
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Hong Kong, 15 September 2022 – Family Office Association Hong Kong (“FOAHK”) has appointed Angel Chia to be its new Chair, leading it in the next state of its mission to support the development and growth of Family Office industry in Hong Kong.

Effective 15 September, 2022, Angel Chia succeeds Chi Man Kwan, who has stepped down having completed the two-year terms as Chairman but remains on the Board as Director.

Angel said, “I am humbled and honoured to take on this role. Under the leadership of Chi Man, the Association has laid a good foundation since our establishment as the voice of our industry, even amid COVID-19. On behalf of the Board and as a member myself, I would really like to commend the outgoing Chair and Vice Chairs for their contribution.”

“I am prepared to work closely with incoming Vice Chairs – Ms. Jessica Cutrera and Mr. Jim Kwok – both have been founding members of the Board. We are thankful for the continued commitment to all the Directors of the Board to ensure continuity and stability of the Association. As we embark in the new term of office, we expect to help our members to engage in more collaborations with external audiences and to uncover even more opportunities to educate and elevate Hong Kong for the Family Office ecosystem, “said Angel Chia.

Family Office Association Hong Kong (“FOAHK”) is one of the most active independent trade associations in the Family Office industry in Hong Kong, with over 40 members representing Single Family Office (SFO), Multi-Family Office (MFO) and External Asset Managers (EAM) portfolios, boasting over US$57 Billion total Asset Under Management (AUM) across all FOAHK members. The Association is fully committed to bridge dialogues and collaborations between its members with external stakeholders in Hong Kong and overseas, and to attract and retain investments and talents for the industry. It seeks to facilitate sharing of industry best practices amongst members, and to uphold the highest standards for our profession by offering a variety of continuing professional development seminars and special events.

The Board members of Family Office Association Hong Kong (“FOAHK”) are:

  • Angel Chia (Chair) – SingAlliance (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Jessica Cutrera (Vice Chair) – Leo Capital Corp (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Jim Kwok (Vice Chair) – Topaz Family Office Limited
  • Chi Man Kwan – Raffles Family Office
  • Grant Ko – Wisdom Family Office
  • Harry Pang – Fountainhead Partners
  • Kenny Ho – Carret Private Capital Limited
New Chair Group at Family Office Association Hong Kong (FOAHK), from left to right:
Jessica Cutrera (Vice Chair of FOAHK), Angel Chia (Chair of FOAHK), Jim Kwok (Vice Chair of FOAHK)
All of the Founding Members stay as Board of Directors at Family Office Association Hong Kong (FOAHK): Front row (left to right): Kenneth Ho, Chi Man Kwan,
Back row (left to right): Jim Kwok (Vice Chair), Harry Pang, Grant Ko

About Family Office Association Hong Kong

Family Office Association Hong Kong (“FOAHK”) is an independent family office trade association established in November 2020. We are a consultative industry body established to lead and drive dialogue between the family office industry, the government and regulatory bodies in Hong Kong. We advocate for legislative and regulatory matters favourable to the development of family office businesses in Hong Kong, with the common goal for the city to become the region’s leading family office hub in Asia-Pacific. We are committed to providing best practice guidance to uphold the profession’s highest industry standards and compliance, as well as facilitate community collaboration among members, governments and other professional parties in Hong Kong and overseas.

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