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Dick Christophe Ng Sui Wa

Dick Christophe Ng Sui Wa

Chairman, Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA), Mauritius

Mr Dick Christophe Ng Sui Wa was appointed Chairperson of the Information and Technologies Authority (ICT Authority) in February 2020. He has been a practising barrister since 1991, is partner in the legal firm De Castelnau-Sui Wa and has extensive experience as legal adviser and advocate.

Mr Ng Sui Wa intends to steer the Authority to meet the complex challenges of ICT regulation in an age of convergence and technological advancement. Under his Chairmanship, he believes that ICT regulation can be a nexus for sector transformation, His vision is to promote Mauritius as a strategic leader for ICT regulation in Africa.

Mr Ng Sui Wa holds an LLB Honours from the University of London, United Kingdom; was called to the Bar at the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, United Kingdom after succeeding in the Bar Professional Qualification of the Council of Legal Education. He also obtained a Diploma from the United Nations Research Institute, Geneva and a Certificate in Good Governance from the Commonwealth Association for Corporate Governance. In 2021, he completed his Master of Business Administration in Innovation and Leadership with Merit from the University of Mauritius in collaboration with Ducere Global Business School, Australia.


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