|Native name||Chinese: 陳祖澤|
|Born||1943 (age 73–74)|
|Other names||John Cho-Chak Chan|
|Alma mater||University of Hong Kong|
|Occupation||Executive in Government and Organizations|
John Chan Cho Chak, GBS, CBE, LVO, JP (born 1943) is a Hong Kong civil servant and executive. He currently serves as a non-executive director of Transport International Holdings Limited, The Kowloon Motor Bus Company (1933) Limited, Long Win Bus Company Limited, RoadShow Holdings Limited, Hang Seng Bank Limited, Guangdong Investment Limited and Swire Properties Limited. He was a long-time civil servant and one of the most senior Chinese officials in the Hong Kong Government under British rule.
He has been awarded the degrees of Doctor of Business Administration honoris causa by the International Management Centres in 1997 and Doctor of Social Sciences honoris causa by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2009 and the University of Hong Kong in March 2011.
Chan has held many key positions in the Hong Kong Government, including: Private Secretary to Governor Murray MacLehose, Deputy Secretary (General Duties), Director of Information Services, Deputy Chief Secretary, Secretary for Trade and Industry and Secretary for Education and Manpower. He also served as a Member of the Executive Council from October 1992 to May 1993. In the private sector, Chan also held a number of important positions including: Executive Director and General Manager of Sun Hung Kai Finance Company Limited (1978-1980), Managing Director of The Kowloon Motor Bus Company (1933) Limited (1993-2006) and Managing Director of Transport International Holdings Limited (1997-2008).
Chan has held a wide range of public and community service positions such as, Non-executive Director of The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (1999-2003), Chairman of the Council of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (2002-2008) and Chairman of The Hong Kong Jockey Club (2006-2010). Chan currently serves as Chairman of the Council of the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund, Chairman of the Court of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and a member of the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee.
In 1994, Chan was appointed as a Justice of the Peace (JP). In 1999, he received the Gold Bauhinia Star. In 2000, he won the Executive Award in the DHL/SCMP Hong Kong Business Awards and received an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Hong Kong.
- "The Exchange Fund Advisory Committee". Hong Kong Monetary Authority. 1 August 2011.
- "HKU awards seven Honorary Graduates at 184th Congregation". University of Hong Kong. 22 March 2011.
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