Simon Peh

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Simon Peh
Commissioner of the ICAC
Assumed office
1 July 2012
Preceded by Timothy Tong
Director of Immigration
In office
7 April 2008 – 28 March 2011
Preceded by Lai Tung-kwok
Succeeded by Eric Chan
Personal details
Born 1955 (age 60–61)
Alma mater Pui Ching Middle School
Chinese University of Hong Kong
University of California, Berkeley
King's College London

Simon Peh Yun Lu, SBS, IDSM (traditional Chinese: 白韞六; simplified Chinese: 白韫六; pinyin: Baí Yùnliù; Jyutping: baak6 wan3 luk6, born 1955) is the current Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption in Hong Kong. Prior to that was the Director of Immigration for the Immigration Department of Hong Kong.


Peh Yun Lu graduated from Pui Ching Middle School of Hong Kong in 1973. He completed college in 1978 and joined the Immigration Department as an Immigration Officer. In 1984, he was promoted to Senior Immigration Officer, and Chief Immigration Officer in 1991. In 2004, he began serving as Assistant Director of Immigration. In April 2008, Peh was appointed to Director of Immigration when Lai Tung-kwok accepted to serve as Under Secretary for Security position. He retired in April 2011.[1] Eric Chan replaced Peh as the next Director of Immigration.[2]


Government offices
Preceded by
Lai Tung-kwok
Director of Immigration
Succeeded by
Eric Chan
Preceded by
Timothy Tong
Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Clement Cheung
Secretary for the Civil Service
Hong Kong order of precedence
Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption
Succeeded by
Lo Wai-chung
Commissioner of Police