Kenneth WONG Kwok-hung appointed as IAACA Secretary-General

Mr Kenneth WONG Kwok-hung was appointed by IAACA Executive Committee as the Association’s new Secretary-General with effect from 1 May 2023, following the retirement of his predecessor Ms Sally Kwan.

Mr Wong is the Director of International Cooperation and Corporate Services of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) of Hong Kong, China.  He has spent the better part of his anti-graft career in the past 25 years in systemic prevention, community education and anti-corruption research.  Before taking charge of the ICAC’s international cooperation and corporate services, he served as Assistant Director of Community Relations, overseeing the planning and implementation of preventive education and public engagement programmes of the Commission.

Mr Wong, with his appointment as IAACA Secretary-General unanimously agreed by the Executive Committee at its 4th Executive Committee Meeting on 26 April 2023, is eager to take the new challenges: “It is my great honour to take up the baton to lead the Secretariat of IAACA.  My colleagues and I will continue to support IAACA to strengthen international anti-corruption collaboration, enhance communication among members, and make IAACA more visible in the international community.”

“I would also like to thank Mr Simon Peh, IAACA President, and the IAACA Executive Committee for entrusting me with such an important task.  My thanks also go to my predecessor, Ms Sally Kwan, for having built an efficient and professional secretariat team to support the daily affairs of the Association.” Mr Wong added.