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Board of Trustees of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund

Appointed by Secretary for Home Affairs Incorporated. The composition of the Board of Trustees from now up to 31 March 2019 is as follows:

Chairman
Dr PANG King-chee, MH
 
Non-official members

Dr CHAN Kam-biu, Joshua

Mr KAN Siu-lun, Philip

Ms LEE Pui-shan, Rosita

Ms LOO Nancy, MH

Prof QIN Rong

Prof SHEN Shir-ming

Ms TAM Wan-chi, Winnie, SC

Ms TSANG Wai-sze, Selina

Ms YEUNG Kit-ming, Bonnie

Mr NGAN Yu-pang, Dennis

Senior Charities Manager, The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Prof Adrian WALTER, AM

Director, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Mr Amika AU

Administrative Secretary, Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association
Official members

Secretary for Education or his representative

Principal Assistant Secretary (Culture) 2, Home Affairs Bureau

Secretary :

Miss Sheila WONG
Chief Executive Officer (Culture) 2A, Home Affairs Bureau
(Telephone: 3509 8081)


Enquiry : Ms Maggie TAM
Home Affairs Bureau, 13/F, West Wing,
Central Government Offices
2 Tim Mei Avenue
Tamar, Hong Kong
Telephone : 3509 8061

Terms of reference

The main function of the Board of Trustees (the Board) is to manage the investment of capital of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund (the Fund) and to take responsibility for related financial matters so as to ensure that a steady income will be generated to finance the Fund's activities. The Board also awards scholarships for the promotion and development of music and dance in Hong Kong.

Description of job

The Fund was set up in 1980 with a donation of $10 million from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust (the Trust) for the promotion and development of music and dance in Hong Kong. It is a non-statutory trust fund administered by a Board of Trustees. In 1994, a further capital injection of $22 million was provided by the Trust to meet the increasing demand for support. In 2014, the total donation was increased to $49 million upon the Trust’s approval of additional funding support of around $17 million for the Fund to implement a six-year pilot project which includes the launching of a local scholarship scheme and setting up of an alumni association for the scholars of the Fund.

An Investment Committee was formed by the Board to consider investment proposals of fund manager as well as to monitor and oversee the performance of fund manager of the Fund. Scholarships are awarded once a year by the Board to enable candidates of outstanding talent to pursue post-graduate studies in music or dance at degree-awarding tertiary institutions in Hong Kong or pursue post-diploma studies, post-graduate studies or professional training in music or dance at world-renowned institutions or to undertake less formal studies, projects or creative work outside Hong Kong.

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