Khazanah Global Lectures
Victor Fung


Dr. Victor K Fung
Founding Chairman, Fung Global Institute and Group Chairman, Fung Group

Founding Chairman of the Fung Global Institute think-tank and Group Chairman of the Hong Kong-based Fung Group, Dr Fung is an innovative thinker, celebrated entrepreneur and philanthropist.
"The Evolution of Global Supply
Chains: Challenges for Asia "

29 November 2012
Sime Darby Convention Centre
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Khazanah Global Lectures, or KGL, features global leaders and thinkers that have influenced the way people live, work and think. These internationally-renowned speakers have shared with Malaysians their thoughts, beliefs and ideas.

KGL 2012’s great speaker, Dr Victor K Fung, is Founding Chairman of the Fung Global Institute think-tank and Group Chairman of the Hong Kong-based Fung Group. Dr Fung is an innovative thinker, celebrated entrepreneur and philanthropist.

He played a leading role in driving the development of the supply chain infrastructure at Li & Fung Limited which has enabled the company to become the world's leading sourcing and logistics service provider for major retailers around the world. Dr Fung is an independent Non-Executive Director of Baosteel Group Corporation and China Petrochemical Corporation (People’s Republic of China), Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited, Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Limited (Hong Kong) and Koc Holding A. S. (Turkey), as well as Chairman of the Asia Advisory Board of Prudential (Asia), Inc (USA).

He is Chairman of the Greater Pearl River Delta Business Council, Honorary Chairman of the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce and a former Chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the Airport Authority Hong Kong and the Council of the University of Hong Kong. He is also a member of the WTO Panel on “Defining the Future of Trade”.

After gaining his Doctorate in Business Economics from Harvard University, he taught as a professor at Harvard Business School before returning to the family business in Hong Kong.

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