Prof. Simon Shun-Man HO is the President of Hang Seng Management College in Hong Kong since 2014. He is a certified public accountant in the UK, Australia and Canada.
He is Chairman of the Hong Kong Corporate Governance Forum, Editor of the Asian Journal of Business Ethics, Board Member of Monte Jade Science and Technology Association, and Board Member of the Hong Kong-ASEAN Economic Cooperation Foundation.
Previously, he was Vice Rector (Academic Affairs) of the University of Macau, Dean of the School of Business at the Hong Kong Baptist University, and Director of the School of Accountancy at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
His works on corporate governance, family business, business ethics and stakeholder theory have received wide attention and international awards. He was the first Chinese awarded the Faculty Pioneer Award (described as Oscar of the business school world by the Financial Times) by the Aspen Institute, USA in 2008. Further, he was elected as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics 2008 by Ethisphere, one of the world's most recognized bodies in business ethics and anti-corruption.
As a committed advocate for liberal arts education, he writes and talks widely sharing his commitments to nurturing satisfying, soulful and socially responsible graduates.