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THE HON NICK GREINER AC
Chairman, Infrastructure NSW
Nick Greiner was Premier and Treasurer of New
South Wales from 1988--1992.
Since his retirement from politics, he has been
heavily involved in the corporate world as Chairman of
several large companies and as the Deputy Chairman
and Director of others.
In June 2011, he was appointed as Chairman of
Infrastructure NSW. He is also a member of the Federal
Government's Review of GST Distribution Committee.
Nick is a Member of the Board of Governors, the
Committee for Economic Development of Australia
(CEDA) and a member of the Corporate Council, and
The European Australian Business Council (EABC).
He is also a Trustee of the Sydney Theatre Company
Nick holds an Honours Degree in Economics from
The University of Sydney, and a Master of Business
Administration with High Distinction from Harvard
In the Queen's Birthday Honours List of 1994, he
was awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia for
public sector reform and management and services to
the community, and in 2001 he recieved the Centenary
He is a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of
Company Directors, an Honorary Fellow of CPA
Australia and a Life Member of the South Sydney
Rugby League Club.
Chief Executive Of cer, Macquarie Group
As Chief Executive Of cer of Macquarie Group,
Nicholas leads Macquarie's continued development
as one of Asia Paci c's leading nancial services
Prior to this appointment in May 2008, Nicholas
was the head of Macquarie's investment banking
division, which included the Group's leasing,
infrastructure, nancing and funds management, as
well as its global advisory and securities business.
Nicholas' responsibilities included the growth of the
Group's successful infrastructure business and he has
served on the boards of a range of listed and unlisted
President and CEO, The Canadian Council
for Public-Private Partnerships
Mark Romoff is President and Chief Executive
Of cer of The Canadian Council for Public-Private
Partnerships (CCPPP). Established in 1993, CCPPP is
a national non-partisan, member-based organisation
with broad representation from across the public and
private sectors, whose mission is to promote innovative
approaches to infrastructure development and service
delivery through public-private partnerships with all
levels of government.
Previously, Mark was Founding President and CEO
of the Ontario Centres of Excellence, driving successful
commercialisation of new technologies, developing
the next generation of entrepreneurs and enabling new
company start-ups through seed capital investments.
Earlier in his career with the government of Canada,
Mark served as Executive Director in the Department
of Industry and in the Department of Foreign Affairs
and International Trade as a senior diplomat in Nigeria,
Mexico, Malaysia, Japan and the United States. He is
a member of the Board of Directors of Career Edge
Organization, the Quebec City Conference, the
Central Canadian Public Television Association and the
i-CANADA Council of Governors. He has a Bachelor
of Science from McGill University, a Masters in
Applied Science from the University of Waterloo, and
is a graduate of the Harvard University Kennedy School
of Government Senior Executives Program and the
Directors Education Program of the Canadian Institute of
Corporate Directors, and holds the ICD.D designation.
JAMES STEWART OBE
Chairman, Global Infrastructure, KPMG
James joined KPMG in May 2011 as Chairman
of KPMG's Global Infrastructure practice. In the last
year, James has visited around 30 countries to discuss
their infrastructure investment plans. Prior to joining
KPMG, James was Chief Executive of Infrastructure
UK, and before that, Chief Executive of Partnerships
UK. In these roles, James was at the centre of the British
Government's thinking on PFI and PPPs, and has had
signi cant involvement in many of the major projects
and programs in the infrastructure market; including
Crossrail, LIFT, and Building Schools for the Future.
James was responsible for the publication of the United
Kingdom's rst National Infrastructure Plan.
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