1996 – 2016
Served on board and audit committee from inception, prior to 2000 Olympics, including listing and subsequent privatisation under management of Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd (previously ANZ Infrastructure Services Limited (ANZIS).
1996 – 2016
2012 – 2014
MACSM advises the Minister for Immigration on skilled migration issues.
2002 – 2012 Strategic and business development advice
2004 – 2012
Served as an independent Director and Deputy Chair, Audit and Risk Management Committee and as Chair of Environment Committee, on listed companies in commercial, industrial, entertainment, retirement and health property businesses. Served on boards as businesses either sold or divested following ING’s global decision to exit real estate businesses.
1996 – 2007
Tollroad business managed by Macquarie Bank.
2006 – 2007
Sydney Roads Group was divested from Macquarie Infrastructure Group in 2006, then merged with Transurban in 2007
1997 – 2004
Served on Kaldor family company boards in apparel, chemicals and office works.
1998 – 2003
Underground coal mining operations were under a 6 year lease to Cypress, then Oakbridge Mining, and later to Xstrata. Management had to restart a closed mine & operate with productive workplace relations. At it’s peak, around 700,000 tonnes of coking coal was mined. Investors made a 27% IRR.
1998 – 2003
Intech was then one of Australia’s largest asset advisory services firms, mainly working for superannuation, including public pension, industry, and corporate funds. It was subsequently sold in 2007.
Company now known as the Goodman Group after Macquarie Bank’s exit from the register in 2007.
1998 – 2002
2000 – 2002
1994 – 2001 Strategic and Business Development advice.
1999 – 2000
Assisted Board determine future directions, including independence.
1994 – 2000
The MIPTA in 2000 merged with Goodman Hardie to form Macquarie Goodman
1998 – 2000
Also member of Audit Committee. Company was the Australian subsidiary of Mowlem (UK), eventually bought by Laing O’Rourke. Barclay Mowlem largely operated in Northern Australia in commercial and civil construction, including mining and rail work.
1996 – 1999
Inaugural member of the NCC Board in setting directions of competition policy in Australia.
1994 – 1998
Centre for Corporate Change – Advised MBA students.
1995 – 1996
According to then Finance Minister John Fahey in 1997, this review resulted in a one-off saving of $400 million to the Commonwealth Government.
1994 – 1996
Assisted with the divestment of the Sydney Symphony from the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC).
1993 – 1996
1994 – 1996
Following divestment from the NRMA, now known the Insurance Australia Group
1989 – 1995
Member of State Super and predecessor Public Authorities Superannuation Boards. State Super then was the largest public pension fund in Australia.
1992 – 1995
Assistant Commissioner of the Industry Commission (IC) review of Work, Health and Safety in Australia (1994-1995), Earlier, Associate Commissioner of review of Commercial Restrictions on Exploring (Including Franchising). IC now known as the Productivity Commission.
1989 – 1994
Now known as Unions NSW. In this ‘Accord’ period, the role encompassed industrial relations reform, including enterprise bargaining, forging new services and fighting for ideas within the labour unions. New businesses in financial services and superannuation formed. Welcomed Nelson Mandela to the steps of the Opera House in 1992. Edited various books including ‘Transforming Industrial Relations’; ‘Australian Industry Policy’; ‘Australia and Immigration – Able to Grow?’, etc.
1991 – 1994
Founding Director of then joint venture between the Equitilink Group and the Labor Council of NSW.
1990 – 1994
Founding Director of Asset Super, co-sponsored by then Labor Council of NSW, NSW Employers’ Federation and NSW Chamber of Manufactures. Asset Super merged with Care Super in 2012.
One of six Vice Presidents.
1989 – 1994
Served on the board from 1994. With appointment of Barrie Unsworth as Station Manager in 1990, co-developed strategy for narrowcast radio licenses in rural NSW which ultimately, years later, made the Station more valuable and an essential purchase for the NSW TAB.
1989 – 1993
State Rail Authority of NSW, a former statutory authority of the NSW Government, was responsible for the operation and maintenance of railways in NSW.
1984 – 1989
Worked in industrial relations in rail, steel, manufacturing and other industries. A highlight was in 1988 discussing with Dick Dusseldorp in Tahiti – on his retirement from Lend Lease – future ventures; this ultimately lead to the formation of the Dusseldorp Skills Forum and Workskills Australia.