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DRI Hong Kong Committee



Having worked in resiliency for over 25 years mainly in the financial sector covering the full lifecycle, having worked at country, regional and global levels for various sized companies: Catherine has an “all round” competency based on exposure to many real events. Originally from England, she has worked in Netherlands, and India, and now resides in Hong Kong. She has trained for the DRI for 3 years making use of her qualification for adult education and teaching English as a second language. This helps her commitment to share and educate “up and coming” resilience professionals in both the theory and the practical usage to ensure recovery is simple but thorough.



Daniel Chan CBCP, CISA, CISM, CMC is currently Emergency Planning and Resilience Manager of the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Prior to the existing role, Daniel has extensive experience of Information Systems auditing in multi-national banking and public sectors, where he provided assurance and consulting services covering mission-critical business application systems and processes, IT and property projects, data centres, business continuity plans and information security.


Graham LEE, CBCP

Graham’s experience in BCM dated back to 1996, when he worked with consultants on the Y2K BCP as the Head of Operations of ING Bank Shenzhen Branch. He joined Deutsche Bank in 2000 as Head of BCM North Asia and got certified as CBCP in 2003. After Deutsche Bank, he had worked in Regional BCM roles in DBS Bank, RBC Capital Markets, SunGard Financial Systems and the Hong Kong Jockey Club. He is now taking a career break to devote more time with family and academic works. He has been an instructor for DRI since November 2015.


Daniel TANG

With over 20 years of experience in the banking/FI industry, the scope of Daniel’s expertise focuses on business continuity management, IT operation and management including security administration (including physical security), system administration, access control, user profile administration, desktop and technical support. He is working in BCM team of Manuilfe, a regional role which oversee and governance of the Disaster Recovery (DR) readiness of all data centers across Asia. Oversee the DR plans and DR tests to ensure the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) meet business requirements.



With over 15 years of experience in the Financial Industry (Banking, Asset Management, Insurance),Gary’s scope of expertise focuses on Project Management, Information Risk Management, Business continuity Management, Operation Change Management, System Development/Implementations. He has rich working experience in Business Continuity Management for different Financial Institutions, and helped individual company to establish their BCM program and identify the program components from understanding the Companies’ risks and vulnerabilities through development of resilience strategies and response, restoration and recovery plans



Jacky Lau has completed the Professional Business Continuity Management Certification Course (BCLE-2000) in September 2015 and passed the Qualifying Exam. He is new in the Business Continuity Management field and is pleased to have an opportunity to join the DRI Hong Kong Chapter Committee. He is currently working in the Information Technology sector and often has to get in touch with various Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity solutions in the technology area. He wishes to gain more knowledge in the Business Continuity Management practice and promote the awareness of Business Continuity to different sectors and industries in Hong Kong.


Selina TNG, CBCP

Selina Tng has worked in retail bank, investment bank, securities brokerage and investment management companies focusing on business continuity, disaster recovery and information technology implementation.



Junior Tang has more than 20 years working experience in financial institute environment under different business natures (retail, investment, stock exchanges and interbank clearing house.) He has a solid knowledge and experience in business contingency planning technique and BCM programs implementations. His current role is managing the development of BCM framework for one of the larger bank group in Hong Kong. He became CBCP in 2007 and CBCA in 2011.