​Andrew Clifford Winawer Brandler

​Non-Executive Deputy Chairman

Appointed a Director and Deputy Chairman in May 2014, Mr Brandler is also a Director of several of the group's entities. From May 2000 to September 2013, Mr Brandler was the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of CLP Holdings Limited and he remains a Non-Executive Director of this company. He is a Non-Executive Director of Tai Ping Carpets International Limited and an Independent Non-Executive Director of MTR Corporation Limited. As Chairman of Sir Elly Kadoorie & Sons Limited, he oversees a number of Kadoorie family interests in Hong Kong and overseas and, as such, is associated with the substantial shareholders of the company. Prior to joining CLP Holdings Limited, Mr Brandler worked for Schroders, a UK investment bank, and was based in London, in Singapore and latterly in Hong Kong, where his last position was Head of Asia-Pacific Corporate Finance. He was the Chairman of The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce between 2008 and 2010. He holds BA and MA degrees from the University of Cambridge, an MBA degree from Harvard Business School, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He is 65 years old.

Audit Committee member, Remuneration Committee member, Executive Committee member, Finance Committee Chairman


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The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie

Non-Executive Chairman

Appointed a Director in November 1964 and elected Chairman in 1985, Sir Michael is a substantial shareholder of the company within the meaning of the Securities and Futures Ordinance.

Clement King Man Kwok

​Chief Executive Officer

Appointed to the Board as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer in February 2002, Mr Kwok is also a Director of the majority of the Group’s entities.

Peter Camille Borer

​Chief Operating Officer

Appointed to the Board as an Executive Director in April 2004, Mr Borer is a Director of the majority of the group’s entities. He joined the group in 1981 and was appointed General Manager of The Peninsula Hong Kong in 1994, taking on additional regional responsibility in 1999.