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Executive Vice-President (Administration and Finance)

Mr. Steve Lo

BSocSc (HKU)

Tel: (852) 2859 2103
Fax: (852) 2559 9315
Email: losteve@hku.hk

Mr. Steve Lo is the University's principal officer providing strategic leadership and oversight of the University’s fiscal and administrative operations encompassing finance and enterprises, facilities management, human resources, information technology services, healthcare and safety management, and other critical functions that support the education, research and service missions of the University.


Biography

Mr. Lo attended secondary school at Wah Yan College Hong Kong. He graduated from The University of Hong Kong in 1981 with a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences. Throughout his professional career, Mr. Lo had also attended General Management Programme at Ashridge Management College in UK in 1988, and Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School in 2005, of which he has remained as an alumnus.

Mr. Lo is a veteran business executive possessing significant commercial and general management experience. He had been with Jardine Matheson for over 30 years, and was the Chief Executive Officer of Jardine OneSolution (JOS) Holdings when he left the Group in 2014. During his tenure with Jardines, Mr. Lo envisioned, masterminded and successfully transformed a traditional office equipment business to a leading IT systems and services provider in the region. During the period, he had significantly increased the revenue of the company to one of the largest of its kind in Hong Kong and Asia, with a staff force of over 3,000 across Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and the Mainland. Mr. Lo's previous leadership experience had also been with Sino Land Company Limited and Chinachem Group.

Mr. Lo brings with him best practices in the corporate sector and an entrepreneurial outlook to upkeep a contemporary support infrastructure that backs the University in advancement of its high academic ambitions.