The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels has appointed
Mr. David Williams as General Manager, Corporate Responsibility
and Sustainability and Mr. Ian Longbon as General Manager, Audit &
Risk Management. Both appointees are based in Hong Kong.
Mr. David Williams joined HSH in 1998 and was
previously the Group's Head of Audit and Risk Management, prior to
his new position. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered
Accountants in England and Wales, a member of the Institute of
Hospitality (UK) and the Institute of Internal Auditors, Hong Kong
Chapter. A UK native, Mr. Williams graduated from the
University of Surrey with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and
Catering Management. Prior to joining HSH, he had worked with
Hyatt International Hotels and Hilton International in the UK,
Middle East, Australia and New Zealand. Mr. Williams is a qualified Corporate Social
Responsibility Practitioner with the Institute of Environmental
Management and Assessment. In his new role, he will be assisting
the Group's Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Clement K.M. Kwok, in co-ordinating
the group's corporate social responsibility initiatives to achieve
a meaningful level of reporting and accountability.
Mr. Ian Longbon is a Chartered Accountant with
the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and
has previously held the position as President of the Institute of
Internal Auditors, Hong Kong Chapter, for four years. A UK native, Mr. Longbon graduated from the
University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology with
a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and earned a Master of
Business Administration from the City University Business School.
He has enjoyed a long career history in Hong Kong, New York and
London, working for KPMG Peak Marwick, Barclays Capital, Credit
Lyonnais and Swire Pacific Limited, where he was Head of Internal
Audit for eight years.
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