Fok Kin-ning, Canning
Chairman BA, DFM, FCA (ANZ)
Fok Kin Ning, Canning, aged 66, has been a Director since February 1999. Mr Fok has been a non-executive director of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited (“CKHH”) since January 2015 and was re-designated as an executive director and group co-managing director of CKHH in June 2015. He has been a director of Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited since 1985, became a non-executive director in 1993 and was re-designated as a director in June 2015. Mr Fok has been an executive director of Hutchison Whampoa Limited (“HWL”) since 1984, group managing director since 1993 and was re-designated as a director in June 2015. He has been chairman and a non-executive director of Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Limited (“HTHKH”) since 2009 and of Hutchison Port Holdings Management Pte. Limited (“HPHM”) as the trustee-manager of Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (“HPH Trust”) since 2011, an executive director since 1985 and chairman since 2005 of Power Assets Holdings Limited (“Power Assets”), chairman and an executive director of HK Electric Investments Manager Limited (“HKEIML”) as the trustee-manager of HK Electric Investments (“HKEI”) and of HK Electric Investments Limited (“HKEIL”) since 2013, co-chairman of Husky Energy Inc. (“Husky Energy”) since 2000, and an executive director and deputy chairman of CK Infrastructure Holdings Limited (formerly known as Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited) (“CKI”) since 1997. The aforementioned companies are either the ultimate holding company of HTAL, or subsidiaries or associated companies of CKHH in which Mr Fok acts as chairman, co-chairman, deputy chairman or director for the purpose of overseeing the management of such businesses. He was previously alternate director to a director of HTHKH from 2010 to July 2016. Mr Fok has also been a director of Vodafone Hutchison Australia Pty Limited (“VHA”) since 2001. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Diploma in Financial Management, and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.