Michael Sze Net Worth At Death

Michael Sze

Michael Sze Cho-Cheung, GBS, CBE, ISO, JP was a Hong Kong government officer from June 1945 until May 19, 2022. From 1991 to 1994, he served as Secretary for Constitutional Affairs, and from 1994 to 1996, he served as Secretary for the Civil Service.

He was Executive Director of the Trade Development Council (DTC) from 1996 to 2004 and Chairman of the Independent Commission Against Corruption’s (ICAC) Operations Review Committee till 2014.

Michael Sze was born on the Chinese mainland. He relocated to Hong Kong and attended La Salle College and Hong Kong University.

He joined the Hong Kong government and worked at the Home Affairs Department, Chief Secretariat, Trade Department, Marine Department, and Constitutional Affairs Department, among other bureaux and departments. In the late 1970s, as District Officer of Kowloon, he recommended compensating consumers who were inconvenienced by the building of the Mass Transit Railway along Nathan Road.

In 1991, he was named Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs. During his tenure, he was in charge of supporting Governor Chris Patten’s constitutional reform plan. Despite the fact that the Beijing administration was firmly opposed to Patten’s constitutional reform program, Sze championed it and was therefore chastised by the Beijing authorities.

In 1994, he was named Secretary of the Civil Service. Contracts for expatriate public workers were automatically renewed at the time, which was considered unfair to Chinese civil servants. On the eve of the Handover, he scrapped the system and introduced civil service localization.

Michael Sze served in the Hong Kong Executive Council from 1992 to 1996. Shortly before the transfer, he announced his resignation from the civil service.

Michael Sze’s Net Worth At Death

Michael Sze has not been public with his fortunes. It is for this reason that his net worth is not known to the public at the time of writing this.

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