Future Leaders Committee 

The Future Leaders Committee focuses on and address the needs of Hong Kong's young professionals through social and educational activities of value and interest; promote young members' interests within the Chamber and develop effective relationships with other Chambers; assist YNetwork members' development as future leaders by supporting their individual career and personal growth.

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Edward BeeleyChairHolman Fenwick WillanRead moreRead lessEdward is an Associate in Holman Fenwick Willan's Energy & Resources department. He holds a Masters in Engineering from Durham University, where he specialised in manufacturing and logistics. After graduating in 2008, Edward worked as a project manager at a Danish Forbes 150 multinational, including a year posted to their Netherlands headquarters. Having decided to pursue a legal career, Edward obtained a postgraduate LLB in 2012 and relocated from London to Hong Kong in 2014. As a qualified lawyer, Edward draws on his technical background and commercial experience to advise leading trading houses, logistics providers, insurers and financiers on international trade.
Benjamin StottVice ChairKPMGRead moreRead lessBen joined KPMG in 2011 and is currently part of KPMGs markets team focused mainly on inbound and outbound clients between China and the UK. Ben started his career at KPMG in the Audit practise focused mainly on multi-national Real Estate and Hotel clients. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Studies with Sport and also has a Postgrad Diploma in Accounting.
Rosie HampsonVice ChairGoldman SachsRead moreRead lessRosie is an Executive Director in the Digital Assets team at Goldman Sachs. Rosie started her career at Accenture in 2013, relocating to Hong Kong in 2015 where she led Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific, a 12-week accelerator programme for early stage FinTech companies partnering with global banks and insurance companies. She is a highly active member of the FinTech ecosystem in Hong Kong, regularly speaking at regional industry conferences. Rosie holds a BA in International Business Management with French from Newcastle University (UK).   
Christy NgChamber RepresentativeBritish Chamber of Commerce in HKRead moreRead lessChristy is currently the Business Policy and Corporate Relations Manager at the Chamber. She graduated from the University of Glasgow in the UK having MA Politics as her major, she had focused on Women Politics, Internet and Politics and International Politics during her studies. Christy had also shadowed political party members at the Scottish Parliament and involved in political schemes to encourage active political participation in education fields in the UK.
Daniel BilligMemberJones Lang LaSalleRead moreRead lessDaniel works for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), within the Markets Team assisting clients navigate the challenging commercial Real Estate market in Hong Kong. Daniel is responsible for lease restructures, lease renewals, rent reviews and securing new office premises. Having graduated from the University of Leeds with Economics and Geography, he then went to Perth, Australia where he secured a graduate scheme working for a multi-million dollar turnover company within the food and beverage industry. Upon returning to the UK, Daniel undertook a Masters in International Real Estate and since mid-2016 has been positioned out in Hong Kong. Active across a variety of societies and committees within JLL and a very keen sportsman, having started to play hockey for the Hong Kong Football Club.
Lewis ScottMemberEYRead moreRead lessLewis is a Senior Consultant in EY’s CFO Advisory practice, focused on providing advisory services to Banking and Insurance clients. He started his career in audit with KPMG in Edinburgh before relocating to Hong Kong in 2018 and made the move to EY in 2020. Lewis is a passionate Scot (and jumps at any opportunity to get his kilt on) and is heavily involved with rugby in Hong Kong having made the transition from playing to management with Kowloon RFC. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and graduated with a Masters in Management from the University of St Andrews in 2015.
Lucy GreenleafMemberHSBCRead moreRead lessLucy is a Marketing Manager within the Marketing Transformation team at HSBC, supporting the APAC Head of Marketing. Prior to living in Hong Kong, Lucy supported senior management, company founders and CEO’s in Singapore, Sydney and London within the property investment and financial services sectors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and International Relations with Proficiency in French from the University of Exeter and was the first British participant in the Embassy of Mexico Internship Programme working on the Economic Desk in London.
Angie ChaoMemberMott MacDonaldRead moreRead lessAngie Chao is an enthusiastic civil engineer at Mott MacDonald involved in infrastructure planning and design in Hong Kong and Cambodia. She is also a transport-planner-in-training focusing on pedestrian planning and enhancing walkability and liveability of Hong Kong. Aside from day-to-day planning and engineering projects, Angie is the chairperson of the Young Members Committee of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Hong Kong where she leads a team of 20 young engineers from different firms in organising events and projects to help identify and meet the various needs of the consulting engineers.
Alexandra GriersonMemberGammon ConstructionRead moreRead lessAlexandra is the Innovation Catalyst for Gammon Construction Ltd, helping to foster an innovative culture across the company. Working closely with Gammon’s Digital teams, she facilitates the Innovation Programme with initiatives such as innovation training and managing collaboration platforms. Before relocating to Hong Kong in 2018, Alexandra worked as a project manager and senior consultant for an engineering consultancy, focusing on smart transport solutions and business development. She holds a Masters in Geography from the University of Cambridge and sits on both the Innovation & Technology and Future Leaders Committees for the British Chamber of Commerce HK.
Sam HarleyMemberPyrmont Wealth ManagementRead moreRead lessSam works for Pyrmont Wealth Management which provides fee based financial planning and wealth management advice in Hong Kong. Sam helps mid-career professionals make sense of their money and make smart financial decisions for their future. Having graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BA in Economics, Sam spent 1 year in Michigan USA recruiting graduate talent for a global automotive company. After returning to the UK in 2015, he chose to pursue a career in financial planning which has since taken him to Shanghai and now Hong Kong.
Alan FrancisMemberOxford EconomicsRead moreRead lessAlan is an experienced business development, account services and consulting manager with a focus on research and data insights relevant to global trade & investment, corporate strategy, and financial markets. Currently, he is in the process of expanding the footprint of Oxford Economics in Greater China, building relationships within various sectors through the provision of sophisticated macro-economic research, data and models. By night and on weekends he devotes his time to music, with a career highlight of being on the same bill as Alicia Keys with his previous band Gilded Edge. Currently, he plays with Funkee Tung in Hong Kong.
Dennis ChengMemberAccentureRead moreRead lessDennis is a consulting manager for Accenture. He provides strategic advisory and has delivered multiple programmes for financial services industry in Asia, with expertise in business architecture and operating model design, digital strategy and roadmap, and core system transformation. Outside of work, he enjoys photography and arts. He holds a Master of Business Administration from The University of Hong Kong.
Isabella KongMemberERMRead moreRead lessIsabella works for ERM Hong Kong in the Sustainable Finance team. She is a Double First Class graduate of BA (Hons) Geography from the University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College. Currently, she helps clients with Environment and Social impact assessments, Equator Principles Monitoring Reports, and ESG KPI-setting. Prior to joining ERM, Isabella was elected as the Green and Ethical Affairs Officer for her college’s Student Union and coordinated projects on decarbonisation and disarmament, waste composting and water conservation.
Wai LoMemberClyde & CoRead moreRead lessWai is an associate in the Personal Injuries and Insurance Litigation Department of Clyde & Co Hong Kong office. She joined Clyde & Co in September 2014 as a trainee solicitor. She completed trainings in the Construction and Projects (seconded to London office), Professional & Financial Disputes, Commercial Litigation and Marine Departments, through which she has gained a wide range of experience in both contentious and transactional matters. She is the chairperson of the Charities Committee of Clyde & Co Hong Kong office. She is also qualified in England & Wales.
Kate HsiehMemberPricewaterhouseCoopersRead moreRead lessKate is a Senior Manager from the Public Sector Consulting practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited. With an interest in projects that bring about social value to the community, she works with government clients and organisations from the social and welfare sector in Hong Kong. Prior to relocating to Hong Kong, she worked in strategic planning for a public sector organisation in Singapore. She graduated with a Master of Public Administration from the London School of Economics and a Master in Public Policy from the National University of Singapore. During her personal time, she enjoys hiking, cycling, travelling and doing voluntary work.
Sean WhewellMemberCayman Islands GovernmentRead moreRead lessSean is the Asia Desk Officer for the Ministry of International Trade, Investment, Aviation and Maritime Affairs in the Cayman Islands Government. He recently graduated from Durham University with a undergraduate degree in Marketing, having spent a year abroad in Seoul, South Korea in between. As Asia Desk Officer, Sean’s role involves both understanding how what happens in Asia affects the Cayman Islands, and how to positively promote the image of the Cayman Islands in Asia.