Ms Kwan is currently the Secretary to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) of the People’s Republic of China.  She joined the ICAC in 1982 and developed her career initially in educating the public on anti-corruption messages and enlisting their support in the fight against corruption. She had contributed in instilling and embedding a probity culture and the core value of integrity in the Hong Kong society.  In 1989, she moved on to the ICAC’s Administration Branch which provides corporate services to the ICAC and supports the Commissioner of the ICAC in formulating and implementing policies on matters relating to finance, human resources management, media communications and international liaison and training.

 

In 2017, Ms Kwan assisted the Commissioner of the ICAC in setting up the International Liaison and Training Group.  In the past few years, under her leadership, this Group helped the ICAC establish collaboration in anti-corruption capacity building with over 60 jurisdictions and conducted about 30 training programmes for more than 1,000 graft fighters of different ACAs around the world.

 

Ms Kwan rose through the ranks and was promoted to the directorate level as the Secretary to Commission Against Corruption in 2018 which heads the Administration Branch of the ICAC. She has a Master of Business Administration degree conferred by the City University of Hong Kong in 1992 and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) by the University of Hong Kong in 1982.

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Secretary-General

Ms Sally Kwan

Director of International Cooperation & Corporate Services

Hong Kong ICAC