Ms. Anna WU Hung-yuk, GBS, JP
Ms. Anna Wu is a lawyer admitted to the Law Society's Roll of Honour. She is the current and founding chair of the Competition Commission. She stepped down as a member of the Executive Council on 1 July 2017 having served since January 2009. She was a member of the Legislative Council and initiated the Equal Opportunities Bill, the first private member’s bill covering a whole area of policy. She previously chaired the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority, the Equal Opportunities Commission, the Consumer Council and the Operations Review Committee of the Independent Commission Against Corruption. Ms. Wu was also a member of the Law Reform Commission and the Hospital Authority and a Director of the Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation Limited and the Securities and Futures Commission. She is an honorary fellow and honorary professor of the University of Hong Kong and has recently joined its Law and Technology Centre. She is also a global advisor of the University of California, Los Angeles.
The Competition Ordinance and the Rules of Procedure of the Commission require that a member of the Commission, or a member of a committee of the Commission, must disclose to the Commission any interest that the member has which is of a class or description determined by the Commission. The Competition Ordinance and the Rules of Procedure also provide that the Commission is to establish and maintain a register relating to any such disclosed interests which it must make available for inspection through the Internet.
The purpose of maintaining and publishing a register of interests is not specified in the Competition Ordinance. Nonetheless, the Commission infers that the purpose is to enhance transparency and to ensure objectivity, fairness and public confidence in the decision-making of the Commission.
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