HKEx CFO Resigns

Stephen Jeffrey Marzo has tendered his resignation, effective 13 January 2013, as the Chief Financial Officer of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited. He was named to the post in June last year after a stint with commodities giant Noble Group.

 

Marzo’s day-to-day responsibilities will be taken over by the Deputy CFO Kwong Yau Shing, Vincent on an acting basis.

 

A selection committee will be formed in due course to identify a suitable candidate to fill the vacancy.

 

Marzo confirms that he has no disagreement with the Board of Directors of HKEx and that he is not aware of any matters relating to his resignation that need to be brought to the attention of HKEx’s shareholders.
 

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