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Sabrina Chao

September 19, 2018

Family businesses are on course to be led by more women, as responsibilities and wealth transfer to the next generation, and the dividends to society and the balance sheet are already clear.

Family businesses are on course to be led by more women, as responsibilities and wealth transfer to the next generation, and the dividends to society and the balance sheet are already clear.

While it is still far more common to see men at the top in family business, and the gender pay gap closes at a glacial pace, some research suggests that inequality is less acute within family-controlled companies than other businesses.

May 6, 2016

From Blackmores to Wah Kwong Maritime Transport – we’ve scoured the globe for the A-Z of top family business leaders in 2016

Whether its family members taking over top leadership positions, or businesses who’ve beaten Apple in corporate reputation rankings, we’ve got the leaders steering their family businesses in innovative and interesting directions

November 30, 2015

One of the world’s largest ship-owning associations is now chaired by a third-generation member of Hong Kong shipping company Wah Kwong Maritime Transport.

One of the world’s largest ship-owning associations is now chaired by a third-generation member of Hong Kong shipping company Wah Kwong Maritime Transport.

Sabrina Chao, who took the helm at her family’s company in 2003 when her father suffered a stroke, was appointed chairwoman of the Hong Kong Shipowners’ Association (HKSOA) at the organisation’s annual general meeting last week.

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