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8 OCT 2018

Hong Kong Advisory Board composition announced

Jeanie Chan RICS

Jeanie Chan

Head of Corporate Affairs, East Asia

Hong Kong

RICS

After a rigorous selection process, we are pleased to announce the composition of the RICS Hong Kong Advisory Board, chaired by Dave Hallam MRICS.

Read more: Dave Hallam MRICS appointed as Chair of the RICS Hong Kong Advisory Board

The Hong Kong Advisory Board consists of a non-executive chair, and 11 non-executive members representing a broad spectrum of the local chartered surveyor community. Working hand-in-hand with the executive office, the board serves to provide market insight and intelligence, and enhance local member engagement.

Board composition

For the year 2018–19, the board members are (in alphabetical order of surnames):

  • Chair: Mr Dave Hallam MRICS (夏衛諾), Arcadis
  • Mr Ben Chan MRICS (陳少彬), Lands Department, Hong Kong SAR Government
  • Ms Christine Chan MRICS (陳淑嫻), Link REIT
  • Mr Gerard Kipling FRICS, Oak Tree Property Services Limited
  • Ms Shana Lam MRICS (林凌), CBRE
  • Mr Lee, Fong Chung MRICS (李方沖) – Architectural Services Department, Hong Kong SAR Government
  • Mr Nathan Lee MRICS (李海達), Ample Surveyors Services Ltd
  • Mr Li, Kam Chuen MRICS (李錦泉), The University of Hong Kong — Shenzhen Hospital
  • Mr Lo, King Wai MRICS (盧經緯), Sun Hung Kai Properties
  • Mr Nigel Smith FRICS (施禮賢), Colliers
  • Ms Rita Wong MRICS (黃新明), Jones Lang LaSalle

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Jeanie Chan RICS

Jeanie Chan

Head of Corporate Affairs, East Asia

Hong Kong

RICS

Jeanie leads the Corporate Affairs team of RICS in East Asia region which covers Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Macau. She manages RICS' brand development and recognition in the region in terms of communications, events, media relations, and policy engagement. She also ensures strategic alignment of regional activities with RICS' recognition objectives.

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