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HK Yong

HK holds a B.Eng (Hons) in Civil and Structural Engineering (UK), an MBA (UK), a Diploma in Corporate Treasury (UK), and a Postgrad Diploma in Islamic Studies from the International Islamic University Malaysia. He also qualified as a Chartered Accountant (England and Wales). HK is an Adjunct Professor of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics.

ABOUT HK Yong

HK Yong was a Development Banker with a National Development Financing Institution. He was the Adviser (Public Private Partnerships) of the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, where he provided advisory and capacity-building support on Infrastructure Development and Financing to governments of the 53 member-countries. He sits on the Asian Council of the International Project Finance Association, and has keen interest in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

HK is a Trustee of WorldFish and the Chair of its Audit Committee. The WorldFish is an international research NGO supporting the Food SDG through research in aquaculture. He also sits on the Audit and Risk Committee of CGIAR (formerly Consultative Group of International Agricultural Research). CGIAR research is dedicated to reducing rural poverty, increasing food security, improving human health and nutrition, and ensuring sustainable management of natural resources through 15 research centres. The research centres collectively employs more than 11,000 staff and obtains annual donor-funding of more than USD900 million.

HK holds a B.Eng (Hons) in Civil and Structural Engineering (UK), an MBA (UK), a Diploma in Corporate Treasury (UK), and a Postgrad Diploma in Islamic Studies from the International Islamic University Malaysia. He also qualified as a Chartered Accountant (England and Wales). HK is an Adjunct Professor of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics.

He has more than 30 years of experience advising public and private sectors on Infrastructure Development and Financing, PPP, privatisation, M&A and strategic planning. He edited the Commonwealth book, ‘PPP Policy and Practice – a Reference Guide’.