Governance - HKU SPACE
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Governance

Board of Directors

The School has two principal Boards (the HKU SPACE Board of Directors and Board for Continuing and Professional Education and Lifelong Learning, CPELL) through which its overall policy is determined and the University's governance is exercised.

The University Council authorised the establishment of the HKU SPACE company limited by guarantee to manage the resources of the HKU SPACE Fund. It is a self-financed, not-for-profit entity and is recognised as being a charitable institution or trust of a public character, exempt from tax under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. The Company is also exempted from using the word "limited" under the Companies Ordinance.

The Members of the Company, on behalf of the University are:

  • Professor Xiang Zhang (The President & Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong)
  • Professor Ian Holliday (The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education and a Vice-President & Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong)
  • The University of Hong Kong, represented by the Registrar, Ms Jeannie W.S. Tsang
  • Mr Tony T. S. Lo (The Director of Finance of the University of Hong Kong)
  • Professor William K. M. Lee (The Director of the HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education)

These Members appoint the Board of Directors which sets overall policy on resources. The members of the Board of Directors are:

Chairman

Professor Ian Holliday

Directors Professor Ying Shing Chan
Ms Barbara C.M. Chiu
Dr Gordon K.C. Chiu
Professor Pauline Chiu
Professor William K.M. Lee
Mr Tony T.S. Lo
Ms Ginny W.Y. Man
Mrs Mona C.F. Tam
Professor Norman C. Tien
Dr Maurice K. S. Tse
Professor Alice S.T. Wong
Professor Richard Y.C. Wong
Mr Andrew K.K. Wu
Mr Sunny K. Yeung
Secretary Dr John Cribbin
Board for Continuing and Professional Education and Lifelong Learning (CPELL)
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