Fok Kin-ning, Canning

Chairman BA, DFM, FCA (ANZ)

Fok Kin Ning, Canning, aged 64, has been a Director since 8 February 1999. Mr Fok is Chairman of the Governance, Nomination & Compensation Committee.

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 (“Cheung Kong”) since 1985 and became a non-executive director in 1993. The listing status of Cheung Kong on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited was replaced by CKHH on 18 March 2015 and he was re-designated as a director of Cheung Kong 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 when HWL was privatised by way of a scheme of arrangement on 3 June 2015. He has been non-executive chairman 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 of Power Assets Holdings Limited (“Power Assets”) since 1985 and its chairman since 2005, chairman and an executive director of HK Electric Investments Manager Limited (“HKEIM”) 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 Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited (“CKI”) since 1997. Mr Fok has also been a director of VHA (previously known as Hutchison 3G Australia Pty Limited from March 2001 to June 2009) since 2001. He has been alternate director to a director of HTHKH since 2010. 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. Mr Fok was previously a director of Hutchison Harbour Ring Limited (“HHR”, now known as China Oceanwide Holdings Limited) from 1992 to December 2014 and its chairman from 2002 to December 2014. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Diploma in Financial Management, and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

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Barry Roberts-Thomson

Deputy Chairman

Barry Roberts-Thomson, aged 66, was Managing Director of HTAL from its inception in 1989 until September 2001. In his capacity as Deputy Chairman, Mr Roberts-Thomson represents HTAL in government relations and strategic projects and has served as a director of VHA since 2001. Mr Roberts-Thomson has been a Director since 14 February 1989.

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Justin Herbert Gardener

Director BEc, FCA, AGIA

Justin Herbert Gardener, aged 79, has been a Director since 2 July 1999. Mr Gardener is Chairman of the Audit & Risk Committee and a member of the Governance, Nomination & Compensation Committee.

Mr Gardener has been a director of a number of private and publicly listed companies including Austar United Communications Limited (appointed 1999 and retired 2008). From 1961, and until his retirement in 1998, Mr Gardener held a variety of positions with Arthur Andersen, becoming a partner in 1972 and for the last ten years in a management and supervisory role for Asia Pacific. Mr Gardener is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and an Associate of the Governance Institute.

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Lai Kai Ming, Dominic

Director BSc, MBA

Lai Kai Ming, Dominic, aged 62, has been a Director since 19 May 2004 and Alternate Director to Mr Sixt since 8 May 2006. Mr Lai is a member of the Governance, Nomination & Compensation Committee.

Mr Lai has been an executive director and deputy managing director of CKHH since June 2015. He has been an executive director of HWL since 2000 and was re-designated as a director in June 2015 when HWL was privatised by way of a scheme of arrangement on 3 June 2015. Mr Lai has been a non-executive director of HTHKH since 2009 and alternate director to a director of HTHKH since 2010. The aforementioned companies are either the ultimate holding company of HTAL or its subsidiaries in which Mr Lai acts as director for the purpose of overseeing the management of such businesses. He was previously a director of HHR from 1994 to December 2014 and its deputy chairman from 2001 to December 2014, and alternate director to a director of HHR from 2007 to December 2014. Mr Lai has over 30 years of management experience in different industries.  He holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

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John Michael Scanlon

Director

John Michael Scanlon, aged 74, has been a Director since 11 July 2005. Mr Scanlon is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee.

Mr Scanlon is a special venture partner to Clarity Partners LLP, a private equity firm. From 1965 through to 1988, his career was with AT&T, primarily Bell Labs, rising to group vice president of AT&T. Mr Scanlon then went on to become president and general manager of Motorola’s Cellular Networks and Space Sector, founding CEO of Asia Global Crossing, CEO of Global Crossing and chairman and CEO of PrimeCo Cellular.

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Frank John Sixt

Director MA, LLL

Frank John Sixt, aged 64, has been a Director since 12 January 1998 and Alternate Director to Mr Lai since 25 February 2008. Mr Sixt is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee.

Mr Sixt has been a non-executive director of CKHH since January 2015 and was re-designated as an executive director, group finance director and deputy managing director of CKHH in June 2015. He has been an executive director of Cheung Kong since 1991 and became a non-executive director in 1998. The listing status of Cheung Kong on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited was replaced by CKHH on 18 March 2015 and he was re-designated as a director of Cheung Kong in June 2015. Mr Sixt has been an executive director of HWL since 1991, group finance director since 1998 and was re-designated as a director in June 2015 when HWL was privatised by way of a scheme of arrangement on 3 June 2015. He has been non-executive chairman of TOM since 1999, an executive director of CKI since 1996, and a non-executive director of HTHKH since 2009 and of HPHM as the trustee-manager of HPH Trust since 2011. He has been an executive director of Power Assets since 1998 and was re-designated as a non-executive director in January 2014. Mr Sixt has also been a director of Husky Energy since 2000 and of VHA since 2001. He has been alternate director to a director of HKEIM as the trustee-manager of HKEI and of HKEIL since June 2015. The aforementioned companies are either the ultimate holding company of HTAL, or subsidiaries or associated companies of CKHH in which Mr Sixt acts as chairman or director for the purpose of overseeing the management of such businesses. Mr Sixt holds a Master’s degree in Arts and a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Law, and is a member of the Bar and of the Law Society of the Provinces of Québec and Ontario, Canada.

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Ronald Joseph Spithill OAM

Director BScTech

Ronald Joseph Spithill, aged 74, has been a Director since 16 November 2010. Mr Spithill was a director of Telecom Corporation of New Zealand Limited from 2006 until 2011 and serves on a number of NGO Boards. Mr Spithill has also been a director of VHA since 2010. He was previously President of Alcatel Asia Pacific responsible for operations in 16 countries, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the Paris-based Alcatel group and Vice-Chairman of Alcatel Shanghai Bell. He has been CEO and Chairman of Alcatel Australia. He is a past President of the Telecommunications Industry Association of Australia and served with the AEEMA Board, the Australian Business Council, the Malaysian Government Industry Advisory Panel, the New Zealand Independent Industry Oversight Group, the NSW Government IT Advisory Board and the Australian Government “Goldsworthy” Committee. Mr Spithill is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering and a Distinguished Fellow of the Telecommunications Society of Australia.

 

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Woo Chiu Man, Cliff

Director BSc

Mr Woo Chiu Man, Cliff, aged 62, has been a Director since 1 August 2016.

Mr Woo has been working in cellular technology for over 30 years.  He was in various senior technology management positions in the telecommunications industry before joining in 1998 the Hutchison Whampoa Limited group, a wholly owned subsidiary of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited.  He was deputy managing director of Hutchison Telecommunications (Hong Kong) Limited from 2000 to 2004, and executive director from March 2005 to December 2005 and alternate director from December 2005 to May 2010 of Hutchison Telecommunications International Limited. He was seconded to VHA as chief technology officer from 2012 to 2013 and was part of the core management team.  Mr Woo has been alternate director to Mrs Susan Chow of VHA since July 2013. He is now chief technology officer at Hutchison Asia Telecommunications Limited overseeing all technology aspects, technology management, investment planning and cost optimization of the group.  Mr Woo holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and a Diploma in Management for Executive Development.  He is a Chartered Engineer and also a Member of The Institution of Engineering and Technology (UK) and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.

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