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Kerry spent 15 years as an investment banker, including as Managing Director of Deutsche
Bank and Executive Vice President of Bankers Trust Australia. During this time, she specialised in
privatisation, restructuring, and infrastructure provision.
Kerry holds a doctorate from Oxford University (Nuf eld College), a Master of Arts from the
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and a Bachelor of Arts ( rst-class honours) from the
University of New England.
Lindsay Maxsted, Chairman, Transurban Group
Lindsay is Chairman of Transurban Group, Chairman of Westpac Banking Corporation, Director
of BHP Billiton Limited and BHP Billiton plc, and Managing Director of Align Capital Pty Ltd.
He is also a director of Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, a member of the Advisory Board
of Coolmore Australia, and a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Lindsay was formerly a partner at KPMG and was the CEO of that rm from 1 January 2001
to 31 December 2007.
His principal area of practice prior to his becoming CEO was in the corporate recovery
eld, managing a number of Australia's largest insolvency/workout/turnaround engagements,
including Linter Textiles (companies associated with Abraham Goldberg), Bell Publishing Group,
Bond Brewing, McEwans Hardware, and Brashs.
He is also a former director and chairman of the Victorian Public Transport Corporation.
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