Alderman Sir David Brewer CVO CMG JP (白樂威爵士)

ICA Patron David-Brewer

白樂威爵士是倫敦金融城2005 – 2006年度市長。



Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London Sir David is best known as the Lord Mayor of the City of London in 2005-2006

He grew up in Hampstead, went to St. Paul’s School, and now lives in Westminster. He commenced his career in 1959 with Sedgwick, and in 1976 he went to Tokyo to open the Sedgwick Group’s Japan office and lived there for three years.

1993. He opened their representative office in Mumbai in 1986 and has travelled regularly in Asia, and in particular to China, which he has visited over 100 times. He is Non-Executive Vice-Chairman of Marsh Limited, the company which bought Sedgwick.

Cherie Booth CBE QC (雪莉御用大律師)

ICA Patron Cherie-Booth



Cherie Booth QC is a leading barrister specializing in public law, human rights, media and information law, employment law and European Community law. She has appeared in a number of leading cases at home and abroad. She is also a noted speaker on human rights and a staunch supporter of women’s rights.

Cherie studied law at the London School of Economics (LSE) and graduated with a First Class Degree in 1975. While studying for her Bar exams she also taught Law at the University of Westminster. Later Cherie came top of her year in her Bar examinations and was called to the Bar in 1976. Initially she was a general common law junior with a broad practice, including personal injury, crime and family. Cherie moved to 4-5 Grays Inn Square in 1991, and became a Queen’s Counsel in 1995.

Baroness DUNN DBE (鄧蓮如男爵)

ICA Patron-Baroness-Dunn



Lydia Selina Dunn, Baroness Dunn, DBE was the Senior Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council and Executive Council in Hong Kong in 1985-1988 and 1988-1995, after Rogerio Hyndman Lobo and Chung Sze Yuen respectively. She has been deputy chairman of banking giant HSBC in 1992-2008.

As one of the most senior politicians in Hong Kong, Dunn had considerable influence in the Government of Hong Kong before her retirement in 1992, after Chris Patten was made Governor.