Mark joined the Infratil board as an Independent director in November 2007 and has been Chairman since October 2013. He is Chair of Ngāi Tahu Holdings Corporation and Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings and a director of RetireAustralia. His professional experience has been in New Zealand banking and funds management. Mark is Chair of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee and the Manager Engagement Committee.
Jason Boyes is Chief Executive of Infratil and joined the Board on 1 April 2021. Jason joined Morrison & Co in 2011, after a 15 year legal career in corporate finance and M&A in New Zealand and London. Jason is Chair of Longroad Energy and Galileo Green Energy.
Alison joined the Infratil board as an independent director in July 2014. She has been a professional company director since 2007 and is Chair of Sharesies, a director of ANZ New Zealand, Vero Insurance New Zealand and Air New Zealand. Alison worked for both corporates and financial institutions in Australia and Asia in trading, finance and risk roles. Alison was also a Visiting Fellow at Macquarie University in Sydney for 12 years until 2011. Alison is Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee and a member of both the Nomination and Remuneration and the Manager Engagement Committees.
Paul Gough joined the Infratil board as an independent director in 2012. He is a partner in STAR Capital Partners Limited, a private equity fund based in London, responsible for the acquisition and management of investments in the transport and energy sectors. He is a director of several international companies and previously worked for Credit Suisse First Boston in New Zealand and London. Paul is a member of both the Nomination and Remuneration and the Manager Engagement Committees.
Kirsty joined the Infratil board as an independent director in March 2019. She brings international experience in capital markets and corporate governance, most recently as the Head of Equity Capital Markets, Corporate Finance and Governance Asia for Fidelity International. Kirsty was previously a Managing Director at Citigroup across Hong Kong and London. She is currently on the board of the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation. Originally from Scotland, Kirsty is now resident in New Zealand. Kirsty is a member of both the Audit and Risk and the Manager Engagement Committees.
Catherine joined the Infratil Board as an Independent director in August 2019. She is a highly experienced investor and director with substantial governance experience in the investment management sector. She was previously Chair of the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation and Chairperson of the National Provident Fund. She has also served as an independent director of the Todd Family Office, KiwiBank and Pathfinder Asset Management. Catherine is currently the Managing Director of the Savage Group and earlier led AMP Capital in New Zealand. She is Co-Chair of the New Zealand Chapter for Women Corporate Directors and is based in Wellington, New Zealand. Catherine is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand, a Fellow of The Institute of Directors and a Fellow of INFINZ. Catherine is a member of both the Audit and Risk and the Manager Engagement Committees.
Peter Springford joined the Infratil board as an Independent director in November 2016. He has extensive experience in managing companies in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, including five years based in Hong Kong as President of International Paper (Asia) Limited and four years as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Carter Holt Harvey Limited. Peter is a chartered member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors. Peter is a member of the Manager Engagement Committee.
Kevin served as Infratil's Chief Financial Officer for nine years until May 2015 and was Morrison & Co's Chief Financial Officer until late 2019. He is a director of CDC Data Centres and Trustpower. Prior to joining Morrison & Co in 2005, Kevin had considerable financial and energy sector experience as CFO of NGC Holdings Limited.
Jason is Chief Executive of Infratil. He joined the Board on 1 April 2021. Jason joined Morrison & Co in 2011, after a 15 year year legal career in corporate finance and M&A in New Zealand and London. Jason is Chair of Longroad Energy and Galileo Green Energy.
Tim Brown specialises in financial structuring and has been responsible for the funding of both Infratil and a number of investee companies. Tim is Chair of Wellington Airport.
Kellee is Head of Legal at Morrison & Co. She leads an experienced team responsible for providing a full range of legal and commercial advice to Morrison & Co, including as manager of Infratil. This advice includes investment and divestment execution, asset management and legal compliance in all regions, as well as company secretarial functions. Before joining Morrison & Co in 2013, Kellee was a lawyer practising primarily in the M&A, corporate, finance and commercial areas.
Peter is accountable for the development and performance of infrastructure property and social infrastructure opportunities at Morrison & Co. Peter was Managing Director Jones Lang LaSalle, New Zealand. He worked in the UK for Prudential Real Estate Investors as a Director of their European private equity real estate fund, and for Lend Lease Property Capital as an Associate. Peter is Chair of RetireAustralia and Pacific Radiology and a director of Trustpower and Wellington Airport.
Roger is based in Morrison & Co's Brisbane office. He has provided a broad range of advice relating to the acquisition, financing, development and management of electricity supply projects and businesses on behalf of Infratil. He was Chairman of Lumo Energy and Infratil Energy Australia until the assets were sold in September 2014. Similarly he was Chair of Perth Energy when the asset was sold in 2019.
John is a specialist in energy and utility economics with specific expertise in the analytic techniques of hydro/thermal power system modelling, operation and planning. He is also a specialist in the theory and practice of electricity and transmission spot pricing and financial economics.
Mark is responsible for key wholesale client relationships, equity capital markets activities and institutional investor relations for Infratil. Mark joined Morrison & Co in 2009 and has been involved in capital markets for over 30 years, both in New Zealand and offshore where he has held senior positions in the fund management industry, broking, investment banking and corporate finance.
Phillippa is Chief Financial Officer of Infratil and is responsible for Infratil’s financial and management reporting, taxation compliance/strategy, treasury and risk. Prior to this role, Phillippa had been Deputy CFO of Infratil and Head of Tax for Morrison & Co. Phillippa joined Morrison & Co in 2009 from Vector Limited where she was Head of Tax. She also worked for several years providing tax advisory services at PricewaterhouseCoopers, in New Zealand and offshore. Phillippa is a director of RetireAustralia, Pacific Radiology and Wellington Airport.
Dr Bruce Harker has an extensive background in the electricity industry including direct utility management roles, advisory and investment experience. Dr Harker was Chairman of Trustpower from 2007 until 31 December 2015 and Chairman of Tilt Renewables from 2016 until its sale in 2021.
Development Director for Infratil Infrastructure Property. Andrew is responsible for all property development activity and value add opportunities of Infratil Property. Previously with Goodman International, Andrew is involved in all aspects of master planning, consenting and development of key projects. His experience includes land development, commercial office, industrial parks and mixed use developments.
Nick is Company Secretary for Infratil and provides legal advice including in respect of transactions, investment and asset management and compliance. Before joining Morrison & Co in 2016, Nick was a Special Counsel at Chapman Tripp in Wellington where he practised in business acquisitions and reorganisations, company and securities markets laws and corporate governance.
Sharyn joined Morrison & Co in 2010 in Wellington. She has for some years assisted with Infratil's investor events, communications and the board administration.
Scott is Head of Tax at Morrison & Co and manages Infratil's tax affairs, including tax strategy and planning, compliance and reporting. Prior to joining Morrison & Co, Scott was a Senior Manager at KPMG New Zealand and has also worked as an in-house European Tax Advisor for both Apple and Sony, based in London.
Paul is Head of Australia and New Zealand at Morrison & Co with overall responsibility for analysing investment markets, directing origination activity and assessing the attractiveness of investments across listed and private markets. Paul's investment management experience includes both listed and unlisted assets across the transport, energy, essential services and social infrastructure sectors in Australasia, Asia and Europe. Prior to joining Morrison & Co Paul was a Principal at The Boston Consulting Group. Paul is a director of Qscan Group Holdings and was a director of Tilt Renewables until its sale in 2021.
Alicia is Regional Tax Director at Morrison & Co and assists with management of Infratil's tax affairs including tax strategy and planning, compliance and reporting. Prior to joining Morrison & Co, Alicia was a Senior Consultant at PwC.
Matt is Finance Director for Infratil and is responsible for corporate accounting, company and group financial reporting and budgeting and forecasting. Matt joined Morrison & Co from KPMG in 2010 as Group Performance Manager for Infratil before moving to his current role in 2016. He has a BCA and is a CA.
Will is Global Head of Private Markets at Morrison & Co. He has extensive investment experience across a number of industry sectors and led Infratil’s investment into Vodafone New Zealand, CDC Data Centres and RetireAustralia. Prior to joining Morrison & Co, Will spent seven years with The Carlyle Group where he was a principal in the firm investing in Europe and North America. Will is a director of CDC Data Centres, Vodafone New Zealand and Longroad Energy.
Vimal is Head of Energy at Morrison & Co and has been involved in the development and acquisition of power and renewable energy projects and related supply chain companies across Europe, the U.S. and South Africa. Prior to joining Morrison & Co in Wellington in December 2013, he was a Director in PwC’s UK Corporate Finance Infrastructure team, and previously held roles in the energy industry, private equity and investment banking. Vimal is a director of Longroad Energy Holdings, Galileo Green Energy and Gurin Energy. He was also a director of publicly listed Tilt Renewables until its sale in 2021.
Phil Walker is a consultant to Morrison & Co. with 30+ years of experience in the aviation sector including senior roles in both airline and airport management. Phil is a director of Wellington International Airport.
Somali is Group Financial Controller for Infratil and her responsibilities include financial and management reporting, group consolidation, accounting procedures and controls. Prior to joining Morrison & Co in 2021, Somali held group reporting and regional controllership finance roles in London. Somali started her career at EY in Christchurch and is a Chartered Accountant.
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