On February 9, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) announced the group’s management transition arrangements. Ou Guansheng, CEO of HKEX, revealed that he would be stepping down from his position and handing over the CEO responsibilities to Ms. Chen Yiting, effective from March 1.
In his statement, Ou Guansheng mentioned that the handover work is progressing smoothly, prompting him to make the decision to transfer the CEO position earlier than initially planned. He expressed confidence in Chen Yiting and the management team to continue leading the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and drive the development of various businesses to enhance Hong Kong’s competitiveness as an international financial center.
The Board of Directors of HKEX expressed their gratitude to Ou Guansheng for his leadership and contribution over the past three years. During his tenure as the group chief executive, Ou Guansheng led the group to enhance the core competitiveness and international influence of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Chen Yiting’s appointment as the Chief Executive Officer of HKEX Group was confirmed, effective from March 1, 2024, for a term of three years until February 28, 2027. Additionally, Yao Jiaren was appointed as deputy chief executive of HKEX Group, effective from March 1, 2024, and Liu Biyin was confirmed as Co-Chief Operating Officer of HKEX, effective from the same date.
These management transition arrangements are expected to bring stability and continuity to the leadership of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, ensuring the continued development and success of the exchange.
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