HKEX appoints Brian Lee as Group Head of Technology Risk

Maria Nikolova

In this role, Mr Lee will be reporting to Group Risk Officer, John Killian.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) has announced the appointment of Brian Lee as Managing Director, Group Head of Technology Risk. In this role, Mr Lee will be reporting to Group Risk Officer, John Killian.

Mr Lee will work across the HKEX Group as part of the broader Group Risk team, with a focus on continuously improving HKEX’s cyber security and technology resilience; enhancing the Group’s policies and guidelines and performing risk assessments across the group. He will oversee the group’s cyber security protection, as well as its management and governance framework.

Brian Lee

Brian Lee joins HKEX after serving 25 years at the HKMA, where he was most recently a Division Head of the Banking Policy Department. Prior to that he served as Division Head of Operational and Technology Risk, Chief Representative of the New York Representative Office, and a Division Head of the Banking Supervision Department.

Brian Lee has a BSc degree in Computer Studies from the University of Hong Kong and an MSc in Information Engineering from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst and a certified accountant in the UK and Hong Kong.

John Killian said, “We are very pleased to welcome Brian to HKEX to lead this critical function. He brings to the Group extensive industry experience and will provide strategic direction, functional leadership and in-depth technical and operational expertise on the best practices of information security management.”

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