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Former Hang Seng CEO Zheng Huimin's death ceremony will be held on Friday

2021-10-12T06:44:49.578Z

According to market news, Zheng Huimin, the former chief executive of Hang Seng Bank (0011), passed away from illness more than a week ago. He was 57 years old. His rest ceremony will be held at a Christian church in Wan Chai this Friday (15th) as a private gathering.



According to market news, Zheng Huimin, the former chief executive of Hang Seng Bank (0011), passed away due to illness more than a week ago. He was 57 years old. The rest ceremony will be held at a Christian church in Wan Chai this Friday (15th) as a private gathering.

"Hong Kong 01" is inquiring with Hang Seng and HSBC.

Zheng Huimin, who had joined HSBC in 1999, was transferred back to Hong Kong by HSBC Holdings (0005) from London in 2017. At the age of 53, he became the vice chairman and chief executive officer of Hang Seng.

At that time, she was the third female helmsman in the line.

In July last year, Hang Seng issued an announcement stating that Zheng Huimin was taking over the treatment. At that time, the board of directors and himself were confident that they would continue to perform their duties during the treatment period.

As of May this year, Hang Seng announced that Zheng Huimin was required to take a three-month leave for treatment. At the end of August, the bank issued an announcement stating that Zheng Huimin, who was undergoing treatment, had resigned as executive director, vice chairman and chief executive officer, and would return in the future. HSBC holds management positions.

His position at Hang Seng was taken over by Shi Yingyin, President of HSBC Hong Kong, from September 1 this year2.

Hang Seng: Zheng Huimin resigns as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer Shi Yingyin takes over effective September 1 Hang Seng Huimin Zheng takes a 3-month leave for treatment, Yingxian Kwan, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Hang Seng, cuts 33% in dividends. Hang Seng Zheng Huimin: The interest rate differential is expected to continue to be under pressure in the second half of the year, and there is no plan to lay off staff and reduce wages

Source: hk1

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