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Appointments to Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading Arbitration Panel

     The Financial Secretary has made appointments to the Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading Arbitration Panel pursuant to the Securities and Futures (Leveraged Foreign Exchange Trading) (Arbitration) Rules (Cap. 571F). All appointments are for a term of three years from July 17, 2020, to July 16, 2023.
     The membership of the Panel of the new term is as follows:
New appointees
Ms Rosita Lee Pui-shan (appointed as Chairman)
Mr Chordio Chan Siu-ping (appointed as Deputy Chairman)
Miss Eviana Leung Bon-yuen (appointed as Member)
Miss Veronica Fung Kit-ming (appointed as Member)
Mr Leung Tak-lap (re-appointed as Member)
     Welcoming the above appointments today (July 9), the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Mr Christopher Hui, said, "Members of the Panel are experienced practitioners in the financial or legal services sector. We welcome the new appointees to join the Panel and are thankful to the re-appointee for his continued support for the work of the Panel. We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to the outgoing Chairman, Mr Lawrence Lam Yuk-kun, and outgoing Member, Mr Jack Cheung, for their service to the Panel over the past six years."
     The Panel was established under the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Cap. 571) to arbitrate disputes between corporations licensed by the Securities and Futures Commission for carrying out leveraged foreign exchange trading and their clients. 

LCQ8: Immigration figures

     Following is a question by Hon Claudia Mo and a written reply by the Secretary for Security, Mr John Lee, in the Legislative Council today (July 8):      Question:     Regarding immigration… read more