Calvin Tai

From MarketsWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search


Calvin Tai
Occupation Interim Chief Executive, Co-President and COO
Employer Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
Location Hong Kong

Calvin Tai is co-president and chief operating officer of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX). He will also be appointed interim chief executive effective January 1 2021, replacing Charles Li.[1]

In his role as co-president and COO, he oversees exchange, clearing & risk management of securities and derivatives business in Hong Kong.


Before moving to the clearing business, Tai was co-head of equities, fixed income and currency in the Global Markets Division. Before that he was head of the trading division of HKEX, overseeing trading operations, product and business development for equities, fixed income and currency markets.

Tai joined the Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited in 1998 before its merger with the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong as the head of products. Before joining the Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited, he worked in the banking industry in Hong Kong and held various management positions in ABN-Amro Bank N.V., HSBC and Royal Bank of Canada.[2]


Tai holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree from the University of Hong Kong.


John Lothian News logo1.png

JLN News Feed

Gary Gensler
SEC Chairman Gary Gensler on Tuesday warned that new regulations are needed on cryptocurrencies and digital assets to protect U.S. national security, saying the asset class is “rife with...

View Page

Robinhood Stock Price Jumps as Options Trading Begins
Observations & Insight OCC July 2021 Options Contract Volume:|   Lead Stories Robinhood Stock Price Jumps as Options Trading Begins Caitlin McCabe and Gunjan Banerji &...

View Page

SEC Chair Gensler says crypto ‘rife with fraud, scams and abuses,’ threatens national security
First Read $51,906/$300,000 (17.3%) ++++ Hits & Takes John Lothian & JLN Staff SEC Chairman Gary Gensler has a good public relations team. I can tell by the ways they are communicat...

View Page


View Page

We visit more than 100 websites daily for financial news (Would YOU do that?). Read the John Lothian Newsletter.