HKEX appoints new managing director

Anthony Crampton will report to Group Chief Financial Officer Vanessa Lau.

The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) has announced the appointment of Anthony Crampton as managing director and head of Management Reporting and Facilities Management on 13 September.

Crampton will join HKEX on 1 November to help oversee the group's management reporting best-practice, helping the business to make better-informed decisions. He will also oversee the group's facilities management, helping to ensure the functionality, comfort, safety and efficiency of HKEX offices and facilities by aligning people, processes and technology within the real estate portfolio.

HKEX Group Chief Financial Officer Vanessa Lau said, "I am very pleased to be welcoming Anthony to HKEX. He has more than 25 years of experience in finance and accounting, where he has held several senior finance and audit positions in London, Hong Kong and Sydney. His expertise will be invaluable to us as we further strengthen our capabilities as the global markets leader in the Asian time zone."

Crampton joins HKEX from the Hong Kong Jockey Club, where he served as director of corporate finance over the last three years.

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