AP Capital Holdings chairman Moses Tsang has parlayed the expertise gained at the pinnacle of the financial industry into a deep, longstanding commitment to environmental conservation


Moses Tsang is the chairman of independent financial services company AP Capital Holdings, which provides brokerage, asset management and wealth management services; and also of renewable energy development and asset management company Plus Renewable Technologies.

He is also widely known for his tireless work as an advocate for the environment and conservation, dating back to long before it became a universal concern. He is the co-chair of The Nature Conservancy’s Asia Pacific Council and with a particular commitment to sustainable urban development and conservation of marine resources, he has been a key figure in the US-based organisation’s global expansion and in its increased use of technology to monitor and preserve ecosystems. He has also used his financial industry background to establish the organisation’s investing arm, helping to match capital with projects that need it.

Tsang has also been a councillor of the Copenhagen Climate Council; a trustee of the Hong Kong Centre for Economic Research at The University of Hong Kong; a non-executive director of Fubon Bank and an independent director of Shui On Construction and Materials.

He is married to Angela, with whom he has two daughters.

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Before establishing AP, he had a stellar career in the traditional banking industry, rising to chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia.

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