Hong Kong-United States Business Council


The Hong Kong-United States Business Council is made up of senior executives from some of the world's most prominent companies. The Council serves as a forum for U.S. and Hong Kong business leaders to exchange views on Hong Kong's economic importance as a model for China's future commercial reforms and advocates policies and programs that promote market access and fosters greater trade and investment between the United States, Hong Kong, and Greater China. The Council also provides opportunities for American companies looking to expand into Hong Kong and China.

Background & Council Leadership

Founded in the late 1980's by Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volker and Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa, the Council's United States and Hong Kong sections are managed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council respectively.

U.S. Section Chair
Raymond L. Conner
Vice Chairman
The Boeing Company

U.S. Section Executive Vice President
Myron Brilliant

U.S. Section Executive Director
Jocelyn Chan