Corporate Report for the year ended 30 June 2022
Introduction and overview
Governance and risk
Security holder information
Henry Byrne BCom, LLB
Group Executive, Victoria and Strategy Henry was appointed Group Executive Victoria and Strategy in February 2020 with responsibility for the Victorian market and Strategy group, including strategic initiatives and traffic forecasting and analysis. He joined Transurban in 2007 and was appointed to the Executive Committee in 2017 as Group Executive Corporate Affairs. He has worked across most aspects of the business having held senior roles in commercial and operations, corporate affairs and investor relations. Henry is a Non-executive Director for the Committee for Melbourne and a member of the Research Advisory Board for the Australian National University’s Institute for Infrastructure in Society.
Michelle Jablko LLB(Hons), BEc(Hons) Chief Financial Officer Michelle joined Transurban in 2021 as Chief Financial Officer. Michelle’s portfolio includes the group finance, treasury, tax, legal, audit, corporate affairs, investor relations and sustainability functions. Prior to joining Transurban, Michelle was CFO at ANZ Bank for just under five years. That followed more than 15 years of experience in investment banking with UBS and Greenhill Australia as a Managing Director working across a vast array of industries, providing advice on mergers and acquisitions, capital management, funding, and investor relations. Early in her career, Michelle was a lawyer with Allens where she focused on mergers and acquisitions, tax and banking and finance law.
Scott Charlton BSc, MBA Chief Executive Officer
Scott joined Transurban as Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director in 2012. Scott has led Transurban through significant growth during his tenure as CEO, expanding its position in existing markets and leading its entry into new markets. Scott joined Transurban from Lendlease, where he held positions as Group COO and Group Director of Operations. Previously Scott held several senior positions across a range of infrastructure entities and financial institutions, including as CFO of Leighton Holdings Limited and Managing Director of Deutsche Bank in Australia and Hong Kong. Scott is Deputy Chair of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and is a member of the Monash Industry Council of Advisers, the Business Council of Australia and Roads Australia.
Pierce Coffee BSc President, North America
Pierce has been an integral part of Transurban since 2009. She oversees
Transurban’s business in the United States and Canada, where she is responsible for the development, financing, construction, and operations of major toll road infrastructure. Prior to her Executive Committee appointment, Pierce served as Vice President of Customer Experience and Operations, where she was responsible for end-to-end customer experience and operations across the growing Express Lanes in the US— including road operations, maintenance, dynamic pricing, account management and product development. She has held public affairs, communications, and marketing leadership roles in North America and Australia, during which she established the first customer marketing function in both markets. She currently serves on the Eno Transportation Board of Advisors and has been recognised as one of Virginia Business’ most influential transportation leaders.
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