Ronald Arculli, is currently a Non-Official Member of the Executive Council of the Hong Kong SAR Government, Non-executive Director of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and Chairman of the World Federation of Exchanges. He is a member of the board of the West Kowloon Cultural Authority, which is responsible for a HK$21.6 billion art and cultural project in a 40-hectare site by the harbor front of Kowloon. He also serves on the boards of several major listed companies in Hong Kong, and has a long and distinguished record of public service both locally and overseas.
Having practiced as a barrister in Hong Kong from 1961 to 1974, he joined a well known securities firm as group legal adviser before becoming head of the group's investment banking activities. In 1975, he joined a major law firm in Hong Kong, retiring in June 2000 as managing partner. In 2000, Arculli set up his own law firm, Arculli & Associates, which was closely associated with the leading Sydney-based Australian law firm Gilbert & Tobin. In 2005 he merged his firm with Fong & Ng to form Arculli, Fong & Ng which merged into King & Wood as its Hong Kong office in July 2009. Over the years, Arculli has acquired extensive experience in many areas of the law including litigation, financial markets and real estate.