HKPC is a statutory organization governed by the Hong Kong Productivity Council Ordinance (Chapter 1116 of Laws of Hong Kong). HKPC is fully committed to maintaining good corporate governance as we strongly believe that good corporate governance is essential to accomplishing our public mission and meeting the expectations of our stakeholders. We attach paramount importance to adopting accountability, transparency, fairness and ethics as the cornerstones of our corporate governance framework.
Mr Willy LIN Sun Mo, GBS, JP
Mr Willy Lin Sun Mo, a veteran industrialist with extensive experience in the textile and garment business, assumed Chairmanship of the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) in August 2016. Mr Lin is the Managing Director of Milo’s Knitwear (International) Ltd. He is also the Non-Executive Director of Top Form International Ltd and Chief Executive Officer of Dongguan Tangxia Futung Knitwear Factory Ltd in Mainland China.
Mr Lin is dedicated to the development of the industry in Hong Kong. He served in HKPC as a Council Member from 2003 to 2008. Currently, he is also the Chairman of the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council since 1999 and Honorary Chairman of Hong Kong Exporters’ Association, Hong Kong Knitwear Exporters and Manufacturers Association and Textile Council of Hong Kong respectively. Mr Lin holds a number of key positions in the governing bodies of various trade associations and quangos including, Council Member of Hong Kong Logistics Development Council, and Board Member of the Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board.
From 2009 to 2015, Mr Lin was the Chairman of the Hong Kong Export Credit Insurance Corporation. He was also the chairperson of a number of trade associations including Textile Council of Hong Kong, Shippers’ Association of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Exporters’ Association and Textile Institute Association (Hong Kong).
Mr Lin has a strong record in public and community services. From 2007 to 2013, he was the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Prince Philip Dental Hospital and Council Member of the Chinese University of Hong Kong from 2008 to 2014. Currently, he is a Board Member of the Trade and Industry Advisory Board of Commerce and Economic Development Bureau and Ex-officio Member of the Committee on Innovation, Technology and Re-industrialisation.
Mr Lin is the Honorary Consul of the Slovak Republic for Hong Kong and Macau, a Member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Committee of Jieyang in Guangdong Province. He is the Director of the Hong Kong-Thailand Business Council and an Honorary Trade Advisor of the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand.
Mr Lin graduated from Babson College in the United States with a Bachelor of Science degree.
Mr Patrick WONG Chi-kwong
Wilkinson & Grist
Nixon Peabody CWL
The Staffing Committee approves the appointment of General Managers. The Committee monitors the staffing situation and recommends changes to the Council where appropriate. It advises the Council on human resources development policies. The Committee also monitors HKPC's general terms and conditions of service, to ensure that these are adequate to recruit and retain competent staff, and recommends changes to the Council where necessary. The Committee provides a channel between the Council and staff for the communication of grievances about general terms and conditions of service, in situations where they cannot be resolved by consultation.
Mr Sunny TAN
The Business Development Committee reviews the business activities of HKPC, explores new business opportunities, and recommends the three-year strategic plan of HKPC to the Council. The Committee also monitors the performance of HKPC’s subsidiary companies.
Mr Emil YU Chen-on, BBS, JP
The Finance Committee monitors the financial performance of HKPC and ensures that funds made available are properly accounted for. The Committee approves changes to HKPC’s policies and practices relating to procurement, building management, fixed asset management and charging levels of HKPC’s services. The Committee recommends HKPC’s three-year forecast, an annual programme and estimates and the transfer of funds between major heads of expenditure, for consideration by the Council. The Committee also advises the Council on matters relating to HKPC’s financial policies and matters that have a significant financial impact on HKPC.
Mr Wilson FUNG Ying-wai
The Audit Committee is established to monitor and make recommendations to enhance HKPC’s healthy corporate governance in financial reporting, risk management, internal control, appointment and performance of the external auditor, and compliance with relevant laws and regulations. The Committee is authorized by the Council to investigate any activity and resolve any disagreement within its scope of duties. Staff members can directly report to the Chairman of the Audit Committee on cases of malpractice or irregularities. The Committee is underpinned by an Internal Audit and Risk Management Office which reports functionally to the Audit Committee and administratively to the Executive Director. The Office is committed to assist the Audit Committee to safeguard and promote the healthy corporate governance of the HKPC.
Mr Patrick WONG Chi-kwong