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Shanghai Industrial Holdings elects Cheng Hoi Chuen to the board

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Staff writer | Shanghai, China | November 14, 2012
Shanghai Industrial HoldingsNovember 14, 2012, Shanghai, China - Shanghai Industrial Holdings Limited announced that Cheng Hoi Chuen as been appointed as an independent non-executive director.
Mr. Chuen is the adviser to the group chief executive of HSBC Holdings plc and is also an independent non-executive director of Great Eagle Holdings Limited, MTR Corporation Limited, Hui Xian Asset Management Limited (manager of the publicly listed Hui Xian Real Estate Investment Trust), CLP Holdings Limited and China Minsheng Banking Corp. He is the former chairman of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited and HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited.

Mr. Chuen had been an executive director of HSBC Holdings plc, a non-executive director of HSBC China Dragon Fund and an independent non-executive director of Swire Properties Limited during the past three years. He is the chairman of the Independent Commission on Remuneration for Members of the Executive Council and the Legislature, and Officials under the Political Appointment System of the HKSAR and a member of the Advisory Committee on Post-service Employment of Civil Servants, a vice patron of Community Chest of Hong Kong and the chairman of the Council of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Mr. Chuen is also a member of the National Committee of the 11th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (“CPPCC”), and a senior adviser to the 11th Beijing Municipal Committee of the CPPCC. He was the chairman of the Process Review Panel for the Securities and Futures Commission, Chairman of the Standing Committee on Directorate Salaries and Conditions of Service of the Hong Kong Government, a member of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and a vice-chairman of the China Banking Association.

Mr. Chuen was conferred the doctoral degree of social science, honoris causa, by The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the doctoral degree of business administration, honoris causa by The Open University. Mr. Cheng holds a bachelor of social science degree in economics from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a master of philosophy degree in economics from The University of Auckland, New Zealand.