Committee Membership Details for the Year 2019
Greater Bay Area Committee

No. Committee Member Title  
1. Mr. Johnson KONG Chairman Attendance record
2. Miss CHAN, Mei Bo, Mabel Member Attendance record
3. Ms. FONG Wan Huen, Loretta Member Attendance record
4. Mr. Daniel HUI Member Attendance record
5. Mr. KAM, Yiu Shing, Tony Member Attendance record
6. Miss LEE, Shun Yi, Jasmine Member Attendance record
7. Mr. LI, Wai Keung Member Attendance record
8. Mr. LUI, Chi Wang Member Attendance record
9. Dr. LUNG, Pui Lan, Stella Member Attendance record
10. Mr. MAO, Chi Dor, Johnny Member Attendance record
11. Mr. WONG, Chun Sek, Edmund Member Attendance record
12. Mr. WONG, Hin Wing Member Attendance record
13. Mr. WONG Kam Pui, Wilfred Member Attendance record

Greater Bay Area Committee

Terms of Reference





The development of the Greater Bay Area ("GBA") is China's key national strategy.   The unveiling of the official blueprint for the GBA, the Outline Development Plan, in February 2019 is one of the critical milestones of the strategy.  Governments, professional bodies, industries, and business communities are proactively responding to the Plan to take forward the development of the GBA for the betterment of the society. The Institute, with membership covering a wide spectrum of interest, has the position and ability to bring together a wide range of stakeholders and is well placed to help the accountancy profession to explore opportunities in the GBA.


Terms of Reference 

  1. Provide views, advice and recommendations on the Institute's policies, strategies, priorities and resources allocation in support of the role of the accountancy profession in the Outline Development Plan.


  2. Utilize the expertise and knowledge of committee members to identify and advice on specific issues or areas of work that are of particular relevance and importance to the Institute and its members.


  3. Monitor the activities and policies of GBA Initiative at governmental and business levels, in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland, and assess the impact on the accountancy profession in order to shape the Institute's position and responses to the specific activities and policies.

  4. Promote the Institute's GBA related events/ activities, contribute ideas to the event themes, topics and speakers as well as agenda formulation to ensure the accountancy profession is presented and influential in activities underpinning the development of the GBA.

  5. Provide insights and identify current and developing issues that may be suitable topics for the Institute to organize CPD and educational events and/ or conduct research and other thought leadership projects.

  6. Consider any other issues that are relevant to the Institute's GBA development strategies as assigned by Council from time to time.


June 2019