St. Joseph's College, Hong Kong - Notable Alumni - Businessmen

Businessmen

  • Dato Lau Siu Wai (Class of 1951), Founder and Group Executive Chairman of Miri Housing Group of Companies in Malaysia
  • Dr. Lo Ka-shui (羅嘉瑞; Class of 1965), GBS, JP; Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of Great Eagle Holdings Limited, former Director of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and a past chairman of its Listing Committees of the Main Board and the Growth Enterprise Market
  • Dr. Edgar Cheng (鄭維健; Class of 1961), GBS, JP; Chairman of the World-Wide Investment Co. Ltd., Member of the Tenth Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee, Chairman of the Council of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, former Head of Central Policy Unit of the Government of Hong Kong as well as the former Chairman of the Council of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
  • Christopher Cheng (鄭維志), GBS, JP; former Chairman of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
  • Vincent Lo also known as Lo Hong-shui (羅康瑞), GBS, JP; Chairman of Shui On Group.
  • Dr. Dickson Poon (潘迪生), SBS, CBE; Chairman of Dickson Concepts (International) Ltd.
  • Martin Lee Ka-shing (李家誠; Class of 1988); Vice Chairman of Henderson Land Development and Henderson Investment Limited as well as a director of The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited and Miramar Hotel and Investment Company, Limited
  • Dr. Simon Lee Kwok Yin (李國賢), MBE, JP; Chairman of the Sun Hing Group of Companies, Director of Wing Hang Bank Ltd, Director of Pacific Basin Shipping Ltd, Chairman of Pacific Canadian Investments Holdings Corp., establisher of Simon K Y Lee Hall of HKU, trustee of the SJC Foundation, recently donated HK$ 600,000 to the SJC Foundation
  • William Doo (杜惠愷), JP; Deputy Chairman of NWS Holdings Limited, Vice Chairman of New World China Land Limited and New World Mobile Holdings Limited; the brother-in-law of Dr Cheng Kar Shun, Henry (鄭家純); father of William Doo, Jr.
  • William Doo, Jr. (杜家駒; Class of 1991); Executive Director of NWS Holdings Limited; son of William Doo (杜惠愷)
  • Howard Chao (趙式浩; Class of 2000); eldest son of Cecil Chao (趙世曾), Executive Director of Cheuk Nang (Holdings) Limited
  • Archibald Chan Tai Wing (陳棣榮); businessman, former science teacher of SJC; retired Commandant of the Hong Kong Auxiliary Police; husband of Anson Chan 陳方安生

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