Macau gaming regulator appoints new deputy director

Lio Chi Chong has been a Senior technician in the legal area since August, 2020.
Lio Chi Chong has been a Senior technician in the legal area since August, 2020.

The DICJ has named former crime investigator Lio Chi Chong in a one-year appointment.

Macau.- The Macau government has appointed Lio Chi Chong as the new deputy director of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ).

The appointment follows the departure of Leong Man Ion for personal reasons.

Chi Chong will support the DICJ’s director in optimising the gaming regulator’s work through the use of information technology, the bureau said.

He joined the gaming regulator last August as a senior technician in the legal area. He previously served as a criminal investigator for the city’s Judiciary Police until 2008.

He has also worked in different legal and public relations areas at the Office for the Development of the Energy Sector (GDSE) and the Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP).

DICJ director Adriano Marques Ho said: “Chi Chong possesses the professional capacity, work experience and academic background to assume a leadership role at the gaming regulator.”

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