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David Gonski 2014
David Gonski 2014
David Gonski, AC BCom, LLB, FAICD(LIFE), FCPA Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director

Independent Non-Executive Director since February 2014.  Mr Gonski is an ex-officio member of all Board Committees including Chair of the Governance Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Gonski is one of Australia’s most respected business leaders and company directors with business experience in Australia and Asia, and a broad range of involvement with the government, education and community sectors.  Mr Gonski served previously as a Director on the ANZ Board from 2002 to 2007.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2001, Director from 1997), The University of New South Wales Foundation Limited (from 2005, Director from 1999) and Sydney Theatre Company Ltd (from 2010).

  • Current Directorships

    Director/Member: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2012), Australian Philanthropic Services Limited (from 2012), ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013) and Singapore Telecommunications Limited (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Chancellor: University of New South Wales (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Guardians of the Future Fund of Australia (2012-2014), Investec Bank (Australia) Limited (2002-2014), Swiss Re Life & Health Australia Limited (2011-2014), Investec Holdings Australia Limited (2002-2014), Ingeus Limited (2009-2014), National E-Health Transition Authority Ltd (2008-2014), Federal Government Review Panel of Funding for Schooling (The Gonski Review) (2011-2012), Advisory Committee to the NSW Government Commission of Audit (2011-2012) and ASX Limited (2008-2012, Director from 2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Investec Property Limited (2005-2014), Infrastructure NSW (2011-2014), Singapore Airlines Limited (2006-2012) and Westfield Holdings Limited (1985–2011).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Consultant: Morgan Stanley Australia Limited (1997-2012).

Age: 60 years. Residence: Sydney, Australia
David Gonski, AC
David Gonski 2014
David Gonski, AC BCom, LLB, FAICD(LIFE), FCPA Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director

Independent Non-Executive Director since February 2014.  Mr Gonski is an ex-officio member of all Board Committees including Chair of the Governance Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Gonski is one of Australia’s most respected business leaders and company directors with business experience in Australia and Asia, and a broad range of involvement with the government, education and community sectors.  Mr Gonski served previously as a Director on the ANZ Board from 2002 to 2007.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2001, Director from 1997), The University of New South Wales Foundation Limited (from 2005, Director from 1999) and Sydney Theatre Company Ltd (from 2010).

  • Current Directorships

    Director/Member: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2012), Australian Philanthropic Services Limited (from 2012), ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013) and Singapore Telecommunications Limited (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Chancellor: University of New South Wales (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Guardians of the Future Fund of Australia (2012-2014), Investec Bank (Australia) Limited (2002-2014), Swiss Re Life & Health Australia Limited (2011-2014), Investec Holdings Australia Limited (2002-2014), Ingeus Limited (2009-2014), National E-Health Transition Authority Ltd (2008-2014), Federal Government Review Panel of Funding for Schooling (The Gonski Review) (2011-2012), Advisory Committee to the NSW Government Commission of Audit (2011-2012) and ASX Limited (2008-2012, Director from 2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Investec Property Limited (2005-2014), Infrastructure NSW (2011-2014), Singapore Airlines Limited (2006-2012) and Westfield Holdings Limited (1985–2011).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Consultant: Morgan Stanley Australia Limited (1997-2012).

Age: 60 years. Residence: Sydney, Australia
Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director
Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith, OBE BSc (Hons)(City Lond), Hon LLD (Monash) Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director since 1 October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Smith is an international banker with over 30 years experience in banking operations in Asia, Australia and internationally. Until June 2007, he was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited, Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his international career he has held a wide variety of roles in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

  • Current Directorships

    Executive Chairman: Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council (from 2013, Member from 2006).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2007), the Financial Markets Foundation for Children (from 2008), the Institute of International Finance (from 2010), Financial Literacy Australia Limited (from 2012) and the International Monetary Conference (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Australian Bankers' Association Incorporated (from 2007, Chairman 2011-2013), Business Council of Australia (from 2007), Asia Business Council (from 2008), Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board (from 2008) and Shanghai International Financial Advisory Council (from 2009).

  • Current Directorships

    Fellow: The Hong Kong Management Association (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad (2004–2007) and Hang Seng Bank Limited (2005–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Director: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (2004–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: HSBC Australia Limited (2004–2007), HSBC Finance Ltd (2006–2007) and HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited (2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Visa APCEMEA Senior Client Council (2009–2011).

Age: 58 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Michael Smith, OBE
Michael Smith
Michael Smith, OBE BSc (Hons)(City Lond), Hon LLD (Monash) Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director since 1 October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Smith is an international banker with over 30 years experience in banking operations in Asia, Australia and internationally. Until June 2007, he was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited, Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his international career he has held a wide variety of roles in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

  • Current Directorships

    Executive Chairman: Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council (from 2013, Member from 2006).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2007), the Financial Markets Foundation for Children (from 2008), the Institute of International Finance (from 2010), Financial Literacy Australia Limited (from 2012) and the International Monetary Conference (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Australian Bankers' Association Incorporated (from 2007, Chairman 2011-2013), Business Council of Australia (from 2007), Asia Business Council (from 2008), Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board (from 2008) and Shanghai International Financial Advisory Council (from 2009).

  • Current Directorships

    Fellow: The Hong Kong Management Association (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad (2004–2007) and Hang Seng Bank Limited (2005–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Director: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (2004–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: HSBC Australia Limited (2004–2007), HSBC Finance Ltd (2006–2007) and HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited (2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Visa APCEMEA Senior Client Council (2009–2011).

Age: 58 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
David Gonski 2014
David Gonski 2014
David Gonski, AC BCom, LLB, FAICD(LIFE), FCPA Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director

Independent Non-Executive Director since February 2014.  Mr Gonski is an ex-officio member of all Board Committees including Chair of the Governance Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Gonski is one of Australia’s most respected business leaders and company directors with business experience in Australia and Asia, and a broad range of involvement with the government, education and community sectors.  Mr Gonski served previously as a Director on the ANZ Board from 2002 to 2007.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2001, Director from 1997), The University of New South Wales Foundation Limited (from 2005, Director from 1999) and Sydney Theatre Company Ltd (from 2010).

  • Current Directorships

    Director/Member: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2012), Australian Philanthropic Services Limited (from 2012), ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013) and Singapore Telecommunications Limited (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Chancellor: University of New South Wales (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Guardians of the Future Fund of Australia (2012-2014), Investec Bank (Australia) Limited (2002-2014), Swiss Re Life & Health Australia Limited (2011-2014), Investec Holdings Australia Limited (2002-2014), Ingeus Limited (2009-2014), National E-Health Transition Authority Ltd (2008-2014), Federal Government Review Panel of Funding for Schooling (The Gonski Review) (2011-2012), Advisory Committee to the NSW Government Commission of Audit (2011-2012) and ASX Limited (2008-2012, Director from 2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Investec Property Limited (2005-2014), Infrastructure NSW (2011-2014), Singapore Airlines Limited (2006-2012) and Westfield Holdings Limited (1985–2011).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Consultant: Morgan Stanley Australia Limited (1997-2012).

Age: 60 years. Sydney, Australia
David Gonski, AC
David Gonski 2014
David Gonski, AC BCom, LLB, FAICD(LIFE), FCPA Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director

Independent Non-Executive Director since February 2014.  Mr Gonski is an ex-officio member of all Board Committees including Chair of the Governance Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Gonski is one of Australia’s most respected business leaders and company directors with business experience in Australia and Asia, and a broad range of involvement with the government, education and community sectors.  Mr Gonski served previously as a Director on the ANZ Board from 2002 to 2007.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2001, Director from 1997), The University of New South Wales Foundation Limited (from 2005, Director from 1999) and Sydney Theatre Company Ltd (from 2010).

  • Current Directorships

    Director/Member: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2012), Australian Philanthropic Services Limited (from 2012), ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013) and Singapore Telecommunications Limited (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Chancellor: University of New South Wales (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Guardians of the Future Fund of Australia (2012-2014), Investec Bank (Australia) Limited (2002-2014), Swiss Re Life & Health Australia Limited (2011-2014), Investec Holdings Australia Limited (2002-2014), Ingeus Limited (2009-2014), National E-Health Transition Authority Ltd (2008-2014), Federal Government Review Panel of Funding for Schooling (The Gonski Review) (2011-2012), Advisory Committee to the NSW Government Commission of Audit (2011-2012) and ASX Limited (2008-2012, Director from 2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Investec Property Limited (2005-2014), Infrastructure NSW (2011-2014), Singapore Airlines Limited (2006-2012) and Westfield Holdings Limited (1985–2011).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Consultant: Morgan Stanley Australia Limited (1997-2012).

Age: 60 years. Sydney, Australia
BCom, LLB, FAICD(LIFE), FCPA Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director
Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith, OBE BSc (Hons)(City Lond), Hon LLD (Monash) Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director since 1 October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Smith is an international banker with over 30 years experience in banking operations in Asia, Australia and internationally. Until June 2007, he was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited, Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his international career he has held a wide variety of roles in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

  • Current Directorships

    Executive Chairman: Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council (from 2013, Member from 2006).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2007), the Financial Markets Foundation for Children (from 2008), the Institute of International Finance (from 2010), Financial Literacy Australia Limited (from 2012) and the International Monetary Conference (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Australian Bankers' Association Incorporated (from 2007, Chairman 2011-2013), Business Council of Australia (from 2007), Asia Business Council (from 2008), Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board (from 2008) and Shanghai International Financial Advisory Council (from 2009).

  • Current Directorships

    Fellow: The Hong Kong Management Association (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad (2004–2007) and Hang Seng Bank Limited (2005–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Director: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (2004–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: HSBC Australia Limited (2004–2007), HSBC Finance Ltd (2006–2007) and HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited (2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Visa APCEMEA Senior Client Council (2009–2011).

Age: 58 years. Melbourne, Australia
Michael Smith, OBE
Michael Smith
Michael Smith, OBE BSc (Hons)(City Lond), Hon LLD (Monash) Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director since 1 October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Smith is an international banker with over 30 years experience in banking operations in Asia, Australia and internationally. Until June 2007, he was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited, Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his international career he has held a wide variety of roles in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

  • Current Directorships

    Executive Chairman: Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council (from 2013, Member from 2006).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2007), the Financial Markets Foundation for Children (from 2008), the Institute of International Finance (from 2010), Financial Literacy Australia Limited (from 2012) and the International Monetary Conference (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Australian Bankers' Association Incorporated (from 2007, Chairman 2011-2013), Business Council of Australia (from 2007), Asia Business Council (from 2008), Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board (from 2008) and Shanghai International Financial Advisory Council (from 2009).

  • Current Directorships

    Fellow: The Hong Kong Management Association (from 2005).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad (2004–2007) and Hang Seng Bank Limited (2005–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Director: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (2004–2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: HSBC Australia Limited (2004–2007), HSBC Finance Ltd (2006–2007) and HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited (2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Visa APCEMEA Senior Client Council (2009–2011).

Age: 58 years. Melbourne, Australia
BSc (Hons)(City Lond), Hon LLD (Monash) Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Our Board

Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer B Com, FCA, SF FIN, FAICD Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Audit Committee. Non-Executive Director since April 2012. Ms Dwyer is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Ms Dwyer is an established Non-Executive Director with extensive financial services experience and a strong accounting background, and has previously held senior executive roles in the investment management, corporate finance and accounting industries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Tabcorp Holdings Limited (from 2011, Director from 2005) and Healthscope Limited (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lion Pty Ltd (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Kirin International Advisory Board (from 2012) and ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Deputy Chairman: Leighton Holdings Limited (2013-2014, Director 2012) and Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Research Institute (2005-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Suncorp Group Limited (2007-2012), Foster’s Group Limited (2011), Astro Japan Property Group Limited (2005-2011), CCI Investment Management Limited (1999-2011) and Promina Limited (2002-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Australian Government Takeovers Panel (2008-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer B Com, FCA, SF FIN, FAICD Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Audit Committee. Non-Executive Director since April 2012. Ms Dwyer is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Ms Dwyer is an established Non-Executive Director with extensive financial services experience and a strong accounting background, and has previously held senior executive roles in the investment management, corporate finance and accounting industries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Tabcorp Holdings Limited (from 2011, Director from 2005) and Healthscope Limited (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lion Pty Ltd (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Kirin International Advisory Board (from 2012) and ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Deputy Chairman: Leighton Holdings Limited (2013-2014, Director 2012) and Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Research Institute (2005-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Suncorp Group Limited (2007-2012), Foster’s Group Limited (2011), Astro Japan Property Group Limited (2005-2011), CCI Investment Management Limited (1999-2011) and Promina Limited (2002-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Australian Government Takeovers Panel (2008-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Independent Non-Executive Director
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang MSc, BA Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Technology Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2009. Mr Lee is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Lee has considerable knowledge of and operating experience in Asia. He has a background in engineering and brings to the Board his international business and management experience across a wide range of sectors including telecommunications, food and beverages, properties, publishing and printing, financial services, education, civil aviation and land transport.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Islamic Bank of Asia Limited (from 2012, Director from 2007), Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (from 2009) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund Pte Ltd (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Cluny Lodge Pte Ltd (from 1979), Singapore Exchange Limited (from 2004), Caldecott Inc. (from 2013), Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (from 2014) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund FII Pte Ltd (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Governing Board of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (from 2005).

  • Current Directorships

    Special Advisor: General Atlantic (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Consultant: Capital International Inc Advisory Board (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    President: INSEAD South East Asia Council (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Fraser & Neave, Limited (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Rolls Royce International Advisory Council (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (1995-2007).

Age: 57 years. Residence: Singapore
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang MSc, BA Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Technology Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2009. Mr Lee is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Lee has considerable knowledge of and operating experience in Asia. He has a background in engineering and brings to the Board his international business and management experience across a wide range of sectors including telecommunications, food and beverages, properties, publishing and printing, financial services, education, civil aviation and land transport.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Islamic Bank of Asia Limited (from 2012, Director from 2007), Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (from 2009) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund Pte Ltd (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Cluny Lodge Pte Ltd (from 1979), Singapore Exchange Limited (from 2004), Caldecott Inc. (from 2013), Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (from 2014) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund FII Pte Ltd (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Governing Board of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (from 2005).

  • Current Directorships

    Special Advisor: General Atlantic (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Consultant: Capital International Inc Advisory Board (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    President: INSEAD South East Asia Council (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Fraser & Neave, Limited (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Rolls Royce International Advisory Council (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (1995-2007).

Age: 57 years. Residence: Singapore
Independent Non-Executive Director
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt BEc (Hons), FAICD, FTSE, FAIM Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Human Resources Committee. Non-Executive Director since July 2013. Mr Liebelt is a member of the Risk Committee, Governance Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Liebelt has extensive international experience and a strong record of achievement as a senior executive including in strategy development and implementation. He brings to the Board his experience of a 23 year executive career with Orica Limited (including a period as Chief Executive Officer), a global mining services company with operations in more than 50 countries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Global Foundation (from 2014, Director from 2006) and Amcor Limited (from 2013, Director from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Deputy Chairman: Melbourne Business School (from 2012, Director from 2008).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (from 2012) and Carey Baptist Grammar School (from 2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director: Orica Limited (2005–2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Business Council of Australia (2010-2012).

Age: 60 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt BEc (Hons), FAICD, FTSE, FAIM Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Human Resources Committee. Non-Executive Director since July 2013. Mr Liebelt is a member of the Risk Committee, Governance Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Liebelt has extensive international experience and a strong record of achievement as a senior executive including in strategy development and implementation. He brings to the Board his experience of a 23 year executive career with Orica Limited (including a period as Chief Executive Officer), a global mining services company with operations in more than 50 countries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Global Foundation (from 2014, Director from 2006) and Amcor Limited (from 2013, Director from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Deputy Chairman: Melbourne Business School (from 2012, Director from 2008).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (from 2012) and Carey Baptist Grammar School (from 2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director: Orica Limited (2005–2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Business Council of Australia (2010-2012).

Age: 60 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Independent Non-Executive Director
Ian MacFarlane
Ian MacFarlane
Ian Macfarlane, AC BEc (Hons), MEc, Hon DSc (Syd), Hon DSc (UNSW), Hon DCom (Melb), Hon DLitt (Macq), Hon LLD (Monash) Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Risk Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2007. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Governance Committee and Audit Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 28 year career at the Reserve Bank of Australia including a 10 year term as Governor, Mr Macfarlane made a significant contribution to economic policy in Australia and internationally. He has a deep understanding of financial markets as well as a long involvement with Asia.

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2004) and Woolworths Limited (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: International Advisory Board of Goldman Sachs (from 2007), International Advisory Board of CHAMP Private Equity (from 2007) and Council of International Advisors to the China Banking Regulatory Commission (from 2009).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Payments System Board (1998-2006) and Australian Council of Financial Regulators (1998-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Governor: Reserve Bank of Australia (Member 1992-2006, Chairman 1996-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Leighton Holdings Limited (2007-2013).

Age: 68 years. Residence: Sydney, Australia
Ian Macfarlane, AC
Ian MacFarlane
Ian Macfarlane, AC BEc (Hons), MEc, Hon DSc (Syd), Hon DSc (UNSW), Hon DCom (Melb), Hon DLitt (Macq), Hon LLD (Monash) Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Risk Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2007. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Governance Committee and Audit Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 28 year career at the Reserve Bank of Australia including a 10 year term as Governor, Mr Macfarlane made a significant contribution to economic policy in Australia and internationally. He has a deep understanding of financial markets as well as a long involvement with Asia.

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2004) and Woolworths Limited (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: International Advisory Board of Goldman Sachs (from 2007), International Advisory Board of CHAMP Private Equity (from 2007) and Council of International Advisors to the China Banking Regulatory Commission (from 2009).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Payments System Board (1998-2006) and Australian Council of Financial Regulators (1998-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Governor: Reserve Bank of Australia (Member 1992-2006, Chairman 1996-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Leighton Holdings Limited (2007-2013).

Age: 68 years. Residence: Sydney, Australia
Independent Non-Executive Director
JT Macfarlane
JT Macfarlane
John Macfarlane BCOM, MCOM (HONS) Independent Non-Executive Director

Non-Executive Director since May 2014. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Audit Committee, Risk Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia’s most experienced international bankers.  Most recently he has served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia.  Previously at Deutsche Bank, he served as Chief Country Officer of Deutsche Bank Group in Japan for seven years, was a member of the Global Markets and Global Banking Executive Committees and he also served as a Co-Chair of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 1999 he was Chief Executive Officer of Bankers Trust New Zealand.  Mr Macfarlane has also worked in the USA and PNG and brings to the Board a depth of banking experience in ANZ’s key markets in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: AGInvest Holdings Limited (MyFarm Limited) (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: St. Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research (from 2008), Craigs Investment Partners Limited (from 2013) and Colmac Group Pty Ltd (from 2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Executive Chairman: Deutsche Bank AG, Australia and New Zealand (2007-2014) and Chief Country Officer, Australia (2011-2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: International Bankers Association in Japan (2002-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Deutsche Australia Limited (2007-2014), Deutsche Securities Australia Limited (2011-2014) and B.T Futures New Zealand Limited (1995-2000).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Australia Limited (2011-2014) and Bankers Trust New Zealand (1998-1999).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Country Officer: Deutsche Bank Group Japan (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former President and Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Securities (Inc.) (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Deutsche Bank AG, Global Markets Executive Committee, Global Banking Executive Committee and Global Regional Management Committee (2004-2007) and Co-Chair Asia Pacific Deutsche Bank AG, Executive Management Committee (2004-2007; Member 2011-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
John Macfarlane
JT Macfarlane
John Macfarlane BCOM, MCOM (HONS) Independent Non-Executive Director

Non-Executive Director since May 2014. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Audit Committee, Risk Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia’s most experienced international bankers.  Most recently he has served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia.  Previously at Deutsche Bank, he served as Chief Country Officer of Deutsche Bank Group in Japan for seven years, was a member of the Global Markets and Global Banking Executive Committees and he also served as a Co-Chair of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 1999 he was Chief Executive Officer of Bankers Trust New Zealand.  Mr Macfarlane has also worked in the USA and PNG and brings to the Board a depth of banking experience in ANZ’s key markets in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: AGInvest Holdings Limited (MyFarm Limited) (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: St. Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research (from 2008), Craigs Investment Partners Limited (from 2013) and Colmac Group Pty Ltd (from 2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Executive Chairman: Deutsche Bank AG, Australia and New Zealand (2007-2014) and Chief Country Officer, Australia (2011-2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: International Bankers Association in Japan (2002-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Deutsche Australia Limited (2007-2014), Deutsche Securities Australia Limited (2011-2014) and B.T Futures New Zealand Limited (1995-2000).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Australia Limited (2011-2014) and Bankers Trust New Zealand (1998-1999).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Country Officer: Deutsche Bank Group Japan (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former President and Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Securities (Inc.) (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Deutsche Bank AG, Global Markets Executive Committee, Global Banking Executive Committee and Global Regional Management Committee (2004-2007) and Co-Chair Asia Pacific Deutsche Bank AG, Executive Management Committee (2004-2007; Member 2011-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Independent Non-Executive Director

Our Board

Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer B Com, FCA, SF FIN, FAICD Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Audit Committee. Non-Executive Director since April 2012. Ms Dwyer is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Ms Dwyer is an established Non-Executive Director with extensive financial services experience and a strong accounting background, and has previously held senior executive roles in the investment management, corporate finance and accounting industries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Tabcorp Holdings Limited (from 2011, Director from 2005) and Healthscope Limited (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lion Pty Ltd (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Kirin International Advisory Board (from 2012) and ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Deputy Chairman: Leighton Holdings Limited (2013-2014, Director 2012) and Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Research Institute (2005-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Suncorp Group Limited (2007-2012), Foster’s Group Limited (2011), Astro Japan Property Group Limited (2005-2011), CCI Investment Management Limited (1999-2011) and Promina Limited (2002-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Australian Government Takeovers Panel (2008-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer
Paula Dwyer B Com, FCA, SF FIN, FAICD Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Audit Committee. Non-Executive Director since April 2012. Ms Dwyer is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Ms Dwyer is an established Non-Executive Director with extensive financial services experience and a strong accounting background, and has previously held senior executive roles in the investment management, corporate finance and accounting industries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: Tabcorp Holdings Limited (from 2011, Director from 2005) and Healthscope Limited (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lion Pty Ltd (from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Kirin International Advisory Board (from 2012) and ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Deputy Chairman: Leighton Holdings Limited (2013-2014, Director 2012) and Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Research Institute (2005-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Suncorp Group Limited (2007-2012), Foster’s Group Limited (2011), Astro Japan Property Group Limited (2005-2011), CCI Investment Management Limited (1999-2011) and Promina Limited (2002-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Australian Government Takeovers Panel (2008-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
B Com, FCA, SF FIN, FAICD Independent Non-Executive Director
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang MSc, BA Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Technology Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2009. Mr Lee is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Lee has considerable knowledge of and operating experience in Asia. He has a background in engineering and brings to the Board his international business and management experience across a wide range of sectors including telecommunications, food and beverages, properties, publishing and printing, financial services, education, civil aviation and land transport.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Islamic Bank of Asia Limited (from 2012, Director from 2007), Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (from 2009) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund Pte Ltd (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Cluny Lodge Pte Ltd (from 1979), Singapore Exchange Limited (from 2004), Caldecott Inc. (from 2013), Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (from 2014) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund FII Pte Ltd (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Governing Board of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (from 2005).

  • Current Directorships

    Special Advisor: General Atlantic (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Consultant: Capital International Inc Advisory Board (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    President: INSEAD South East Asia Council (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Fraser & Neave, Limited (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Rolls Royce International Advisory Council (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (1995-2007).

Age: 57 years. Residence: Singapore
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang
Lee Hsien Yang MSc, BA Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Technology Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2009. Mr Lee is a member of the Risk Committee and Human Resources Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Lee has considerable knowledge of and operating experience in Asia. He has a background in engineering and brings to the Board his international business and management experience across a wide range of sectors including telecommunications, food and beverages, properties, publishing and printing, financial services, education, civil aviation and land transport.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Islamic Bank of Asia Limited (from 2012, Director from 2007), Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (from 2009) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund Pte Ltd (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Cluny Lodge Pte Ltd (from 1979), Singapore Exchange Limited (from 2004), Caldecott Inc. (from 2013), Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (from 2014) and General Atlantic Singapore Fund FII Pte Ltd (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: Governing Board of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (from 2005).

  • Current Directorships

    Special Advisor: General Atlantic (from 2013).

  • Current Directorships

    Consultant: Capital International Inc Advisory Board (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    President: INSEAD South East Asia Council (from 2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Fraser & Neave, Limited (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Rolls Royce International Advisory Council (2007-2013).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (1995-2007).

Age: 57 years. Residence: Singapore
MSc, BA Independent Non-Executive Director
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt BEc (Hons), FAICD, FTSE, FAIM Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Human Resources Committee. Non-Executive Director since July 2013. Mr Liebelt is a member of the Risk Committee, Governance Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Liebelt has extensive international experience and a strong record of achievement as a senior executive including in strategy development and implementation. He brings to the Board his experience of a 23 year executive career with Orica Limited (including a period as Chief Executive Officer), a global mining services company with operations in more than 50 countries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Global Foundation (from 2014, Director from 2006) and Amcor Limited (from 2013, Director from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Deputy Chairman: Melbourne Business School (from 2012, Director from 2008).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (from 2012) and Carey Baptist Grammar School (from 2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director: Orica Limited (2005–2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Business Council of Australia (2010-2012).

Age: 60 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt
Graeme Liebelt BEc (Hons), FAICD, FTSE, FAIM Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Human Resources Committee. Non-Executive Director since July 2013. Mr Liebelt is a member of the Risk Committee, Governance Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Liebelt has extensive international experience and a strong record of achievement as a senior executive including in strategy development and implementation. He brings to the Board his experience of a 23 year executive career with Orica Limited (including a period as Chief Executive Officer), a global mining services company with operations in more than 50 countries.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: The Global Foundation (from 2014, Director from 2006) and Amcor Limited (from 2013, Director from 2012).

  • Current Directorships

    Deputy Chairman: Melbourne Business School (from 2012, Director from 2008).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (from 2012) and Carey Baptist Grammar School (from 2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director: Orica Limited (2005–2012).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Business Council of Australia (2010-2012).

Age: 60 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
BEc (Hons), FAICD, FTSE, FAIM Independent Non-Executive Director
Ian MacFarlane
Ian MacFarlane
Ian Macfarlane, AC BEc (Hons), MEc, Hon DSc (Syd), Hon DSc (UNSW), Hon DCom (Melb), Hon DLitt (Macq), Hon LLD (Monash) Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Risk Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2007. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Governance Committee and Audit Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 28 year career at the Reserve Bank of Australia including a 10 year term as Governor, Mr Macfarlane made a significant contribution to economic policy in Australia and internationally. He has a deep understanding of financial markets as well as a long involvement with Asia.

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2004) and Woolworths Limited (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: International Advisory Board of Goldman Sachs (from 2007), International Advisory Board of CHAMP Private Equity (from 2007) and Council of International Advisors to the China Banking Regulatory Commission (from 2009).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Payments System Board (1998-2006) and Australian Council of Financial Regulators (1998-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Governor: Reserve Bank of Australia (Member 1992-2006, Chairman 1996-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Leighton Holdings Limited (2007-2013).

Age: 68 years. Residence: Sydney, Australia
Ian Macfarlane, AC
Ian MacFarlane
Ian Macfarlane, AC BEc (Hons), MEc, Hon DSc (Syd), Hon DSc (UNSW), Hon DCom (Melb), Hon DLitt (Macq), Hon LLD (Monash) Independent Non-Executive Director

Chair of the Risk Committee. Non-Executive Director since February 2007. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Governance Committee and Audit Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 28 year career at the Reserve Bank of Australia including a 10 year term as Governor, Mr Macfarlane made a significant contribution to economic policy in Australia and internationally. He has a deep understanding of financial markets as well as a long involvement with Asia.

  • Current Directorships

    Director: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2004) and Woolworths Limited (from 2007).

  • Current Directorships

    Member: International Advisory Board of Goldman Sachs (from 2007), International Advisory Board of CHAMP Private Equity (from 2007) and Council of International Advisors to the China Banking Regulatory Commission (from 2009).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: Payments System Board (1998-2006) and Australian Council of Financial Regulators (1998-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Governor: Reserve Bank of Australia (Member 1992-2006, Chairman 1996-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Leighton Holdings Limited (2007-2013).

Age: 68 years. Residence: Sydney, Australia
BEc (Hons), MEc, Hon DSc (Syd), Hon DSc (UNSW), Hon DCom (Melb), Hon DLitt (Macq), Hon LLD (Monash) Independent Non-Executive Director
JT Macfarlane
JT Macfarlane
John Macfarlane BCOM, MCOM (HONS) Independent Non-Executive Director

Non-Executive Director since May 2014. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Audit Committee, Risk Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia’s most experienced international bankers.  Most recently he has served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia.  Previously at Deutsche Bank, he served as Chief Country Officer of Deutsche Bank Group in Japan for seven years, was a member of the Global Markets and Global Banking Executive Committees and he also served as a Co-Chair of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 1999 he was Chief Executive Officer of Bankers Trust New Zealand.  Mr Macfarlane has also worked in the USA and PNG and brings to the Board a depth of banking experience in ANZ’s key markets in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: AGInvest Holdings Limited (MyFarm Limited) (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: St. Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research (from 2008), Craigs Investment Partners Limited (from 2013) and Colmac Group Pty Ltd (from 2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Executive Chairman: Deutsche Bank AG, Australia and New Zealand (2007-2014) and Chief Country Officer, Australia (2011-2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: International Bankers Association in Japan (2002-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Deutsche Australia Limited (2007-2014), Deutsche Securities Australia Limited (2011-2014) and B.T Futures New Zealand Limited (1995-2000).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Australia Limited (2011-2014) and Bankers Trust New Zealand (1998-1999).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Country Officer: Deutsche Bank Group Japan (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former President and Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Securities (Inc.) (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Deutsche Bank AG, Global Markets Executive Committee, Global Banking Executive Committee and Global Regional Management Committee (2004-2007) and Co-Chair Asia Pacific Deutsche Bank AG, Executive Management Committee (2004-2007; Member 2011-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
John Macfarlane
JT Macfarlane
John Macfarlane BCOM, MCOM (HONS) Independent Non-Executive Director

Non-Executive Director since May 2014. Mr Macfarlane is a member of the Audit Committee, Risk Committee and Technology Committee.

Skills, experience and expertise

Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia’s most experienced international bankers.  Most recently he has served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia.  Previously at Deutsche Bank, he served as Chief Country Officer of Deutsche Bank Group in Japan for seven years, was a member of the Global Markets and Global Banking Executive Committees and he also served as a Co-Chair of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 1999 he was Chief Executive Officer of Bankers Trust New Zealand.  Mr Macfarlane has also worked in the USA and PNG and brings to the Board a depth of banking experience in ANZ’s key markets in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.

  • Current Directorships

    Chairman: AGInvest Holdings Limited (MyFarm Limited) (from 2014).

  • Current Directorships

    Director: St. Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research (from 2008), Craigs Investment Partners Limited (from 2013) and Colmac Group Pty Ltd (from 2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Executive Chairman: Deutsche Bank AG, Australia and New Zealand (2007-2014) and Chief Country Officer, Australia (2011-2014).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chairman: International Bankers Association in Japan (2002-2006).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Director: Deutsche Australia Limited (2007-2014), Deutsche Securities Australia Limited (2011-2014) and B.T Futures New Zealand Limited (1995-2000).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Australia Limited (2011-2014) and Bankers Trust New Zealand (1998-1999).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Chief Country Officer: Deutsche Bank Group Japan (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former President and Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Securities (Inc.) (1999-2007).

  • Former Directorships include

    Former Member: Deutsche Bank AG, Global Markets Executive Committee, Global Banking Executive Committee and Global Regional Management Committee (2004-2007) and Co-Chair Asia Pacific Deutsche Bank AG, Executive Management Committee (2004-2007; Member 2011-2014).

Age: 54 years. Residence: Melbourne, Australia
BCOM, MCOM (HONS) Independent Non-Executive Director