Committee Membership Details for the Year 2020
Restructuring and Insolvency Faculty Executive Committee

No. Committee Member Title  
1. Mr. KAN, Lap Kee, Terry Chairman Attendance record
2. Mr. YEO, Boon Ann Deputy Chairman Attendance record
3. Mr. Alan AU Member Attendance record
4. Mr. BENNETT, David James Member Attendance record
5. Miss CHAN, Mei Lan Member Attendance record
6. Mr. CHIN, Choon Onn Member Attendance record
7. Mr. CHOW, Wai Shing, Daniel Member Attendance record
8. Mr. LAM, King Ho, Howard Member Attendance record
9. Ms. LUI, Yee Man Member Attendance record
10. Mr. NG, Siu Wing, Ludwig Member Attendance record
11. Ms. SO, Kit Yee, Anita Member Attendance record
12. Mr. YUEN, Tsz Chun Member Attendance record

Restructuring and Insolvency Faculty Executive Committee

Aims and Objectives
The aims and objectives of the Restructuring and Insolvency Faculty (“RIF”) are:
To provide a focus for RIF members’ interest in the field of restructuring and insolvency.
To promote best practices in restructuring and insolvency with an aim of helping to raise the industry standards.
To provide facilities, services and support as may be appropriate to assist RIF members in carrying out the practice of restructuring and insolvency.
To act as the professional and public interest voice of the Institute in the field of restructuring and insolvency and of the restructuring and insolvency sector generally and to maintain and enhance the reputation and status of the Institute and the restructuring and insolvency sector, both in Hong Kong and overseas.
To advise on topics and programmes in restructuring and insolvency that are suitable for continuing education purposes, and to support the development of specialist qualification and designation in the field of restructuring and insolvency, as appropriate.
Terms of Reference
Having regard to the aims and objectives of the RIF, the detailed terms of reference of the RIF Executive Committee (“RIFEC”) are:
To be responsible for the management of the RIF.
To undertake technical work in areas of restructuring and insolvency, including making representations to the government, relevant industry regulators, and other bodies and authorities, on behalf of the membership of the RIF.
To provide a forum to enable restructuring and insolvency practitioners to exchange views and discuss matters of common interest and concern.


To provide professional education and training in the form of, for example, seminars, conferences, etc. in areas which are of interest and relevance to RIF members and the restructuring and insolvency profession.


To liaise with regulators, relevant government agencies, professional bodies and other persons, as appropriate, on matters affecting the restructuring and insolvency sector, within the remit of the RIF, with a view to, inter alia, promoting good relations between the RIF and other participants in the sector.
To promote standards in the sector through the development of guidance and statements of best practice and ethics.
To develop and maintain contacts with other committees and sectoral groups within the Institute, and relevant outside parties and, where appropriate, undertake joint action on matters of common interest and concern.
Provide advice to the Institute, when requested, on the development of more intensive insolvency training courses and specialist accreditations.
To develop strategic and operational plans and budgets and report periodically to the Institute's Executive Committee (ExCom). The chairman may also be asked to present a report to Council annually.
On behalf of the Institute, to participate in and liaise with the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals ("INSOL Internatiional").
To perform such other functions as may be necessary to implement the objectives of the RIF.
April 2017
The aims and objectives of the RIF and the terms of reference of the RIFEC are essentially those approved by the Council in 2008, and incorporated into the RIF constitution.