|Under Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury|
4 August 2008
|Secretary||Professor Ka-Keung Chan|
|Political Assistant||Katherine Ng|
|Born||1960 (age 55–56)
|Alma mater||BSocSc, CUHK
MSc in Journalism, Columbia University
Julia Leung Fung-yee, SBS (Chinese: 梁鳳儀) is the executive director of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) of Hong Kong. She was formerly one of the undersecretaries appointed by the Government of Hong Kong in 2008.
Leung joined the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) in 1994 and was promoted to her present post as Executive Director (External) in 2000. She is a member of the Financial Services Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Before joining HKMA, she served on the Asian Wall Street Journal for 10 years. She has recently written a book called "The Tides of Capital". This book was published by OMFIF Press in January 2015. In this book Julia Leung distils two decades of financial diplomacy into an incisive account of the lessons Asia and the world have learned from successive bouts of crisis management. She entreats the west to take seriously the full implications of Asia's growing clout on the world economic stage. Leung calls on the US to share its dominant monetary position with others, especially China - a move towards a new monetary system and an overhaul of the governance of world finance.
Leung currently serves as Executive Director, Investment Products at the SFC in Hong Kong, and will succeed Mr James Shipton as Executive Director, Intermediaries Division with effect from 19 June 2016. 
- Recipients of HKSAR Honours and Awards
- Info.gov.hk. "Info.gov.hk." CE appoints Under Secretaries (with photos). Retrieved on 2008-06-21.
- Asia Times. "Asia Times." Hong Kong deputies disappoint . Retrieved on 2008-06-21.
|New office||Under Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury
|Order of precedence|
Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Communications and Technology)
|Hong Kong order of precedence
Under Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury
Under Secretary for Home Affairs