Chow Chung-Kong

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Chow Chung-Kong
Location Hong Kong

Chow Chung-Kong is the former chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEx). He was appointed in April 2012, replacing Ronald Arculli.[1] Upon being appointed, Chow vowed to provide an "orderly and fair" trading platform.[2] He stepped down as chairman in April 2018 after serving the maximum six years in the role.[3]


Chow is the former chief executive officer of subway operator MTR Corp. He retired from MTR on Dec. 31, 2011, and his work there included a merger with another Hong Kong railway operator and a HK$66.9 billion ($8.62 billion) connection to China's high-speed-rail network. MTR also began operations in Lodon, Stockholm and Melbourne during Chow's tenure. Chow has also been the CEO of Australian pallet provider Brambles Ltd. and the non-executive director of Standard Chartered Plc.[4]