Andrew John Hunter, Chairman
Mr Hunter is the Deputy Managing Director of Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited. He is also an Executive Director of Power Assets Holdings Limited and a non-Executive Director of Spark Infrastructure Group.
Mr Hunter holds a Master of Arts degree and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Mark Horsley has been Chief Executive Officer of Northern Gas Networks (NGN) since 2011. He has over 40 years of experience in the energy sector. In the five years since joining NGN the company has transformed its approach to customer service securing twelve national accolades for customer and employee experience including a National Business Award for ‘Customer Focus’.
Mark was awarded ‘Inspirational Leader’ at the UK Employee Experience Awards in March 2015 in recognition of his innovative approach to employee engagement which has been instrumental to NGNs cultural transformation.
Mark has held a number of senior appointments in the industry including Equity Partner and Head of Power Distribution at EC Harris, an international built asset consultancy, Strategy and Central Programmes Director at Scottish Power and President and Chief Operating Officer at CE Electric UK. Mark held the post of Chairman of the UK Energy Networks Association from 2004 to 2006, and was appointed Chairman of the Energy Innovation Centre (EIC) in 2014.
Kam Hing Lam
Mr Kam is Group Managing Director of Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited. He is also Deputy Managing Director of Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, the President and Chief Executive Officer of CK Life Sciences International (Holdings) Inc, an Executive Director of Hutchison Whampoa Limited and of Power Assets Holdings Limited.
Mr Kam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.
Wan Chi Tin
Mr Wan is the Group Managing Director of Power Assets Holdings Limited. He has worked for the Group since 1978.
Mr Wan has 40 years of experience in the power industries.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and is also a Chartered Engineer.
Mr McGee is the managing director of Hutchison Whampoa Luxembourg Holdings S.a.r.l. and a non-Executive Director of Power Assets Holdings Limited.
Mr McGee has worked with the Hutchison Whampoa Group since 1978 holding various legal, corporate secretarial and finance positions.
Mr Macrae is Head of International Business for Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited. He joined the Cheung Kong Group in February 2011. He was previously Regional Head of the Infrastructure Group at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. He has more than 17 years experience in the infrastructure investment field.
He holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Pembroke College, University of Oxford.
Tsai Chao Chung
Mr Tsai is the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of Power Assets Holdings Limited and has been with the Group since June 1987. Mr. Tsai is also a Director or Alternate Director of most of the overseas subsidiaries and certain joint ventures of the Company. Mr. Tsai has been responsible for the Group’s investments outside Hong Kong since 1997.
He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, and is a Registered Professional Engineer and a Chartered Engineer.
Chan Loi Shun
Mr Chan is an Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and a Director of Envestra Limited. He is also an Executive Director of Power Assets Holdings Limited, an Alternate Director to Mr. Kam Hing Lam, an Executive Director of the Company, and a Director of The Hongkong Electric Company, Limited.
He joined Hutchison Whampoa Limited in January 1992 and has been with the Cheung Kong Group since May 1994. Mr Chan has over 28 years experience in accounting and financial management.
He is a fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
John Burnham, Director
John Burnham’s career has parallelled the development of the infrastructure finance market. He joined Schroders from Cambridge University in 1976, became a Director in 1989, lived in both Singapore and Hong Kong as well as London and rose to become global Head of Project Finance and Infrastructure Privatisation. The takeover by Citigroup came in 2000 and John insisted on retiring in 2008, at which time he was global Head of Infrastructure.
Since retirement John has advised the Crown Estate on Offshore Energy, assisted the Government with the start up of the Green Investment Bank and taught a course to MFin and MBA students on Infrastructure Finance at Cambridge University. At present he is Chairman of three construction phase PPP infrastructure funds, a Director of Northern Gas Networks, and is Chairman of IFM’s Global Infrastructure Fund. Once a year he chairs the business discussions at the Infrastructure Leaders Gathering of infrastructure investors.