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HKICPA elects president

The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) has elected Clement Chan as its president, with Ronald Kung and Dennis Ho Chiu Ping elected as vice-presidents.

Chan has served on the institute's council for seven years, and was elected vice-president in 2012 and 2013. Aside from his work at the HKICPA, he is managing director of BDO Hong Kong.

Kung, who first joined the HKICPA's council in 2005, is a co-founder of investment company Theo Integration Group. Ho joined the council in 2010 and is a partner at PwC.

The elections were held at HKICPA's annual general meeting, at which a number of council members were also elected and appointed.

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