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.

Join the Committee

Alexandra GriersonCo ChairGammon 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.
Rosie HampsonCo 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).   
Sam HarleyVice ChairPyrmont 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.
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.
Jamie TamMemberMott MacDonaldRead moreRead lessJaime is an Environmental Consultant in the ecology team at Mott MacDonald. Her work covers ecological monitoring, Environmental Impact Assessments, as well as environmental monitoring and audit. She is also a core member of the in-house marine mammal monitoring team since joining the company. In addition, she was actively involved as coordinator in Mott MacDonald’s Hong Kong Graduate Club, as well as the Asia-Pacific & Australasia Early Career Professionals Program. Jaime holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, Canada.
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.
Venus ManMemberBaker McKenzie Read moreRead lessVenus is a Senior Associate in the Employment Law Group at Baker McKenzie in Hong Kong. She joined Baker McKenzie as a trainee solicitor in 2015 and did a secondment in the London office during her traineeship. Currently, she helps clients on a wide range of employment law matters including advising on employment structures, restrictive covenants and mobility arrangements and conducting employee investigations. Venus holds a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Postgraduate Certificate in Laws degree from the University of Hong Kong. Outside of work, Venus enjoys travelling, hiking and swimming.
Lucia ChenMemberKPMG Read moreRead less Lucia is a manager in KPMG Advisory Hong Kong – Government and Infrastructure. Currently her work covers strategy advisory, financial feasibility, ESG and socio-economic impact assessment with a focus on mixed-use developments. Prior to her current role, she relocated to Hong Kong in 2016 and started her career in PwC audit with clients in infrastructure, transport and energy. She is a Member of Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Warwick University.
Vincent LiMemberColliersRead moreRead less
Hilary TaiMemberBCLP Read moreRead less Hilary is an Associate in the Real Estate Asia team. Her practice focuses on commercial real estate matters and has experience working with public and private clients in connection with dispositions and acquisitions, leasing and financings across a variety of asset classes including office, residential and mixed use. Hilary is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Kathy Man MemberCathay Pacific Airways Read moreRead less Kathy joined the Swire Management Programme in 2019 and is now an Assistant Manager in Government Affairs at Cathay Pacific Airways. She has gained extensive exposure through her various positions in revenue management, customer experience & design strategy, and outport management in Southeast Asia (based in Singapore). Kathy holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Social Sciences majoring in Politics and Public Administration from the University of Hong Kong. Outside of work, she is an avid traveller and a hiking enthusiast who loves exploring the hidden gems in Hong Kong and around the world.
Candy Li MemberHSBC Read moreRead less Candy is currently a Vice President in Global Banking & Markets in HSBC. With an international experience in Asia financial markets, she is providing strategic and structured financing solutions to various clients in Asia Pacific Region. Prior to HSBC, she worked in Deloitte Hong Kong to provide IPO advisory and other restructuring & Business advisory. Before relocating to HK, she worked in Deloitte Consulting in Japan to provide M&A as well as outbound investment advisory and gained extensive experience in helping Japanese listed groups on outbound investment to Asia. She graduated with a Master in Finance in the University of Hong Kong. During her personal time, she enjoys hiking, yoga, reading, classic music and travelling.
Christina Chu MemberJLL Read moreRead less
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.
Michelle IpMemberHutchison PortsRead moreRead less Michelle Ip works for Hutchison Ports, a leading global container terminal operator. She supports the commercial function through a range of market research efforts and industry analyses. She also worked for Hutchison Ports Australia during 2016-2017 handling commercial relationship and customer service. Michelle holds a Master of Data Science and Business Statistics from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a Bachelor of Commerce and Science degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
Felda YuengMemberGall Read moreRead lessFelda joined the firm as a trainee solicitor and was admitted as a Solicitor in Hong Kong in 2013. She was promoted to Of Counsel in June 2021 and to Partner in August 2022. Felda has experience in commercial and civil litigation, with a focus on arbitration, contractual disputes and fraud investigations. Recent arbitration related work includes enforcing foreign arbitration awards in Hong Kong and defending applications to set aside arbitration awards. Recent litigation work includes assisting in large-scale cross-border actions worth in excess of HK$1 billion at both the Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal stage and obtaining various injunctions and urgent interim relief both in support of Hong Kong proceedings and in aid of foreign proceedings. Felda also co-leads our Employment practice where she acts for both employers and employees on contentious employment law matters. Felda completed her LL.B and PC.LL at the University of Hong Kong. She also completed a LL.M in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution at the University of Hong Kong and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She was also a member of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre’s HK45 Committee, a group for all young arbitration practitioners in Asia and beyond for two consecutive terms.
Charlie JacobsonMemberJardine Matheson Read moreRead less Charlie joined Jardine Matheson as an Executive Trainee in September 2021 where he is undertaking various functional rotations across Jardines’ portfolio. He is currently working at Jardine Aviation Services Group where he leads business transformation and operational improvement initiatives. Prior to this rotation, he spent a year at Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) in the Commercial & Business Development team. Outside the workplace, he plays rugby for Valley RFC and enjoys sailing. Charlie holds an MSc in China & Globalisation from King’s College London and a BA (Hons) in Chinese from the University of Leeds.
Miks DeimantovicsMemberCapco Read moreRead less Miks is a professionally qualified Senior Consultant in Capco’s Capital Markets Data practice. His work is focused on providing data management and governance advisory services to Banking clients. He started his career in consulting Financial Services clients in 2016 in London. Miks transitioned to Hong Kong in 2022 to leverage his transformation experience acquired in London towards providing advising clients in Asia. Miks is passionate about helping people develop and grow. In his career he continuously coaches junior colleagues. In his free time Miks is an avid fitness enthusiast and currently is on mission to explore the best running routes across Hong Kong.
Michael Chan MemberMayer Brown Read moreRead less Michael is the Diversity & Inclusion Manager at Mayer Brown. With a background in learning and development and cross-disciplinary knowledge in psychology and public health, Michael is currently leading the firm’s diversity & inclusion effort in Asia. Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Michael worked at an Asia-based non-profit that advances responsible and inclusive business practices in the region. Outside of work, Michael is the Curator of the Global Shapers Community Hong Kong Hub, a youth leadership initiative of the World Economic Forum, which he oversees the overall strategy and direction of the Hub. Michael is also part of Amcham’s Future Leaders programme class of 2022, and a member of the Britcham’s social sustainability committee. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and his Master of Public Health at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Tatum Gollop MemberSt. James’s Place Read moreRead lessTatum is a qualified Financial Planner with St James’s Place, the UK’s largest wealth management firm. She sits within Sovereign Wealth, a Partner Practice of St James’s Place, and focuses on helping the busy professionals of Hong Kong take control of their finances, all the while ensuring that what they’re doing now will also benefit their future selves. Tatum studied Law at both undergraduate and post-graduate, completing her LLM in Human Rights Law at Exeter University, taking a slightly off-piste route into the world of finance. Tatum moved to Hong Kong in early 2021, and enjoys hiking, taking in the beaches and scenery, and getting involved with all the great things Hong Kong has to offer.
Tim Fong MemberTurner & Townsend Read moreRead less
Adrian Chong MemberACCA Hong Kong Read moreRead lessAs a young professional, I was immediately attracted to the future leaders committee when I learn that this committee is to address the needs of Hong Kong's young professionals through social and educational activities. My voluntary experiences in different youth organisations and my current job role in an accounting association will certainly bring values to the committee. Through regular meetups and communication, I have gathered voice of young professionals in the accounting and finance field; I will certainly be able to bring their voices to the table of The British Chamber of Commerce and make a meaningful difference for the community, leaving a lasting legacy.
Vincent Li MemberColliers Read moreRead less