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Appointments to Property Management Services Authority
     The Government announced today (November 25) appointments to the Property Management Services Authority (PMSA).
     The Chief Executive has appointed Dr James Wong Kong-tin as the Chairperson and re-appointed Professor Eddie Hui Chi-man as the Vice-chairperson of the PMSA. He has also appointed 12 individuals as new members of the PMSA. In addition, six serving members have also been re-appointed. The appointments will take effect on December 1, 2022, for a period of three years.
     The Secretary for Home and Youth Affairs, Miss Alice Mak, welcomed the above appointments. She also thanked the outgoing Chairperson, Mr Tony Tse Wai-chuen, and members for their sterling contributions to the PMSA over their term.
     The list of appointees/re-appointees is as follows:
Dr James Wong Kong-tin *
Professor Eddie Hui Chi-man
Category I Persons (individuals who are engaged in property management services)
Dr Johnnie Chan Chi-kau *
Mr Dick Kwok Ngok-chung
Mr Spencer Law *
Mr Stephen Poon Kin-leung *
Mr Ivan Tam Kwok-wing
Category II Persons (individuals, not being Category I persons, who, because of their experience in property management, general administration or consumer affairs, appear to the Chief Executive to have knowledge of property management services)
Ms Ann Au Chor-kwan *
Mr Jonathan Chang Tien-yin *
Ms Wong Hau-yan *
Ms Annie Wong Pak-yan 
Category III Persons (individuals, not being Category I persons or Category II persons, who appear to the Chief Executive to be suitable to be appointed as members of the PMSA)
Mr Cho Wui-hung *
Mr Chow Luen-kiu
Miss Renee Ho Hang-yin *
Mr Manley Lau Man-kit *
Mr Benny Yeung Tsz-hei *
Mr Yiu Kwok-wai *
Mr Jeremy Young Chit-on *
Director of Housing or his/her representative
Director of Home Affairs or his/her representative 
(*new appointees)
     The PMSA is a body corporate established under the Property Management Services Ordinance (Cap. 626). Its principal functions are to regulate and control the provision of property management services in Hong Kong by the licensing of property management companies and property management practitioners; to promote the integrity, competence and professionalism of the profession of property management services; and to maintain and enhance the status of the profession of property management services.
Ends/Friday, November 25, 2022
Issued at HKT 11:30
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