Councillor, Co-convenor of Communications Committee


Bonnie Chan studied at Maryknoll Convent School for her kindergarten, primary and secondaryeducation for a total of 14 years graduating in 1986 (Form 7). She obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree (1989), Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (1990) and Master in Laws (Corporateand Financial Law) with the Faculty of Law of the University in Hong Kong (2001). Bonnie is still currently qualified as a solicitor in both Hong Kong (since 1992) and the United Kingdom (since 1994).

Bonnie worked for a law firm practicing banking and financial law before joining the Listing Division of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK) in 1995. She has extensive knowledge and experience with the Hong Kong financial market, in particular, stock andderivatives exchange matters. She is currently the Senior Vice President of the HKEx Group’s Corporate Communications.

Apart from her business commitment, Bonnie has also been involved in various public andcommunity services, including, Maryknoll Convent School Foundation, The Hong Kong Institute of Directors, Mentorship Programmes of The University of Hong Kong and Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section) (as a mentor in both cases for a number of years).


What is your first memory of the school, (and if relevant, how did that influence you)?

Similar to many former Maryknollers, the red bricks, the classic and tasteful design andstructure of the campus buildings and, also, the peaceful and green environment of the schoolcampus are not only striking and iconic but, more importantly, they provided us with a sense of inspiration and belonging to the Maryknoll family where her traditions, spirit and culture are cultivated and carried. Such is the force that keeps Maryknollers, including, myself sustained with our beliefs and core values when we serve our family and the community.

As a Councillor, what ambition or aspirations do you have?

As an appointed Councillor of the Maryknoll Convent School Foundation Ltd., I aspire to be a team player who can contribute to the Foundation. Together with other Councillors, I hope tobe able to serve my mother school and help improve the overall well being of Maryknoll Convent School and its related affairs against the ever challenging and competitive landscape.

What kind of skills, knowledge, or contribution do you bring to the school as a Councillor?

As a qualified lawyer and, also, with my extensive knowledge and experience in the financial market, in particular, heading up various areas of corporate communications within the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Group in recent years etc., I hope to offer as much as possiblemy relevant skills and knowledge to the Foundation. This may include, legal, educational and/or communications related aspects.


 Bonnie Chan