Principal Areas of Practice
Real Estate Development
Banking & Finance
Commercial Joint Venture
BA and MA Oxford University, England
PCLL The University of Hong Kong
MBA The Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, USA and The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (Elected Kellogg Club President)
Solicitor, Hong Kong
Professional Activities & Organisations
Chief Executive’s Appointed Member on the Investigation Panel (from 2010 – 2016) and the Disciplinary Panel (from 2006 – 2010) of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member of the Leadership and Public Policy Advisory Committee, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) (since inception in 2013)
Member of the Court of the City University of Hong Kong (since 2004) & Council Member of The City University of Hong Kong (1998 – 2003)
Member of the Hong Kong Arts Festival’s Development Committee (since 2004)
Member of the China Advisory Group to the University of Oxford (since inception)
Part Time Member of the Hong Kong Government’s think-tank, The Central Policy Unit (1995 – 1997)
Peggy Liu commenced her legal practice with an international law firm. In 1992, she founded her own law firm and remained as the Managing Partner. After merging her legal practice with a reputable Hong Kong law firm for over 9 years, she joined ONC Lawyers in 2013.
Peggy specializes in banking, project finance and landed securities. She has expanded her practices in China, advising on joint venture projects and land transactions in cities like Shenzhen, and Guangzhou as well as handling cross-border litigation in Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong.
Peggy is active in public services. She serves both the Investigation Panel and the Disciplinary Panel of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She sits on the Leadership and Public Policy Advisory Committee run by the HKUST to deal with all the current public policy issues. In 2012, she was invited by the Global Summit of Women in Washington to be a speaker in the “Legacies of Women Forum”. Peggy was appointed as one of “The Ten Outstanding Persons” elected by the Junior Chamber International Hong Kong.