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IFFO Management

IFFO Management

Eddie YUE

Eddie YUE, JP


Eddie Yue is the Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), responsible for reserves management, external affairs and research. Mr Yue began his career as an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong Government in 1986. He joined the HKMA in 1993 as a Senior Manager, and was subsequently promoted to Division Head in 1994. He has worked in a number of divisions, including Monetary Management, External Relations, and Banking Development, and has served as Administrative Assistant to the Chief Executive of the HKMA. Mr Yue was appointed Executive Director in 2001 and to his present position in September 2007.


Darryl CHAN

Deputy Director
Darryl CHAN, JP


Darryl Chan has been appointed to the present position since August 2019 with responsibilities for promoting Hong Kong's international financial centre development, RMB business, and policies at international forums to advance financial stability. Prior to joining the HKMA in April 2013 as Executive Director (Corporate Services), Mr Chan was an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong SAR Government and had worked in different policy bureaux and departments on policy formulation and administration.


Enoch FUNG

General Manager
Enoch FUNG


Mr Fung is the Head of Market Development Division of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), in charge of HKMA’s efforts to promote and enhance Hong Kong's competitiveness as an offshore RMB business center, international asset management center and a corporate treasury center. Prior to his current position, Mr. Fung was the Head of Financial Stability Surveillance Division, responsible for the market monitoring and macro-prudential surveillance work in relation to strengthening the HKMA’s oversight of global financial issues. Mr Fung joined the HKMA in 2011. Prior to joining the HKMA, Mr Fung was a senior economist at Goldman Sachs based in Hong Kong and Singapore, responsible for macroeconomic research and strategies in the Asia-Pacific region.