Victor Li Tzar-kuoi

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Victor Li
Chairman of CK Asset Holdings
Chairman of CK Hutchison Holdings
Assumed office
10 May 2018
Preceded byLi Ka Shing
Chairman of CK Life Sciences
Assumed office
29 April 2002
Chairman of CK Infrastructure Holdings
Assumed office
28 May 1996
Personal details
Born (1964-08-01) 1 August 1964 (age 55)
Hong Kong
Spouse(s)Wong Li Qiao
ParentsLi Ka-shing
Chong Yuet Ming
RelativesRichard Li (brother)
Alma materSt. Paul's Co-educational College
Stanford University
Li Tzar Kuoi
Traditional Chinese李澤鉅
Simplified Chinese李泽钜

Victor Li Tzar Kuoi, is a Hong Kong businessman, currently the Chairman of the Board and Group Co-Managing Director of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited and the Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of CK Asset Holdings Limited and the Chairman of CK Infrastructure Holdings Limited. He is the elder son of tycoon Li Ka-shing and the brother of Richard Li.[1]

Early years[edit]

Born in Hong Kong on 1 August 1964,[2] attended the St. Paul's Co-educational College in Hong Kong, and holds a B.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering and a M.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering from Stanford University and an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws, honoris causa (LL.D.) from University of Western Ontario.[3]


Victor Li was kidnapped in 1996 on his way home after work by notorious gangster "Big Spender" Cheung Tze-keung. His father Li Ka-shing paid a ransom of HK$1 billion, directly to Cheung who had come to Li Ka-shing's house. Victor Li is said to have been released after one night.[4] A report was never filed with Hong Kong police. Instead the case was pursued by Mainland authorities, leading to Big Spender's execution in 1998, an outcome not possible under Hong Kong law. Rumours circulated of a deal between Li Senior and the Mainland.[4]

Business career[edit]

Victor Li currently holds the following positions:

Other positions[edit]

Victor Li serves as a member of the Standing Committee of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.[3] He is also a member of the Chief Executive's Council of Advisers on Innovation and Strategic Development of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Li is the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce,[10] and is also the Honorary Consul, for Barbados in Hong Kong.

See also[edit]


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