On December 18,2019, Li Xiaoga, chief executive of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), reduced his Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) stake by more than HK $100 million to reduce his holdings for the first time in nearly a decade, prompting speculation, the Hong Kong Economic Daily reported.
Lee spoke for the first time at a public event yesterday (january 9), but his wife suggested that he do so \"with another chairman in my house \". Mr Li said he had sold at HK $256 and that shares in the HKEx were now trading at HK $20, with investors saying he had sold wrong, proving confidence in the exchange.
Lee, who is now the longest-serving helmsman of the hong kong stock exchange, was asked if there was any other consideration. Lee said he would think and decide only if the board considered whether he intended to continue appointing him.