Ronald Wong

Ronald Wong

Associate Director


  • Behavioural psychology in money management
  • Changing behaviour in high stakes
  • Change management
  • Conflict in teams
  • Executive presence


  • Associate Certified Coach, ICF
  • Accredited Coach, Institute of Executive Coaching & Leadership
  • Certification, Foundation of Neuroleadership, The Neuroleadership Institute
  • MBA (Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Australia)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (UNSW, Australia)
  • Qualified Lumina Learning Practitioner
  • Licenced Practitioner, Kantor Institute Structural Dynamics

Ronald is a seasoned executive who brings to his clients a high degree of insight and supportive challenge. His background in financial services has equipped him with a resilience and stamina to support senior executives facing unprecedented change.

Ronald’s coaching style is open and pragmatic with an ability to get to the core needs being presented. He coaches a range of clients across the corporate and non-profit sectors, working with them on leadership, developing resilience, communication styles and developing presence.  He is especially interested in facilitating change within individuals, teams, and systems.

He has worked with business leaders to:

  • Articulate the business ambitions with clear revenue, cost, and other targets.
  • Review the organisational structure and operating processes (including a communication plan) to support the new ambition.
  • Manage change and transition.

Ronald’s last corporate role was Communications & Marketing Director at The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) responsible for the function across Asia Pacific.  In 2016, he was part of the regional management team overseeing RBS’s investment banking exit from the region.

Ronald is a Board member and incoming Finance Committee Chairman of Heep Hong Society, a leading children’s charity in Hong Kong. He is now working with the charity’s Board and CEO in developing and delivering a leadership and culture change programme for the senior management team in 2017/8. He has also been a mentor at Hong Kong University for the past six years.