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Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ.AX)

ANZ.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

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25 Sep 2017
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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

David Gonski

63 2014 Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Shayne Elliott

52 2016 Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Graham Hodges

61 2016 Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Michelle Jablko

2016 Chief Financial Officer

David Hisco

2015 Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand, Group Executive

Nigel Williams

2011 Chief Risk Officer

Maile Carnegie

2016 Group Executive, Digital Banking

Fred Ohlsson

2016 Group Executive, Australia

Kathryn van der Merwe

2017 Group Executive Talent and Group Executive Talent and Culture

Mark Whelan

55 2016 Group Executive, Institutional

Simon Pordage

2016 Company Secretary

Ilana Atlas

62 2014 Independent Non-Executive Director

Paula Dwyer

56 2012 Independent Non-Executive Director

Sarah Halton

56 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Hsien Yang Lee

59 2009 Independent Non-Executive Director

Graeme Liebelt

62 2013 Independent Non-Executive Director

John Macfarlane

56 2014 Independent Non-Executive Director

Biographies

Name Description

David Gonski

Mr. David Michael Gonski CPA, is an Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited., since 1 May 2014. 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. He was Chairman of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2001, Director from 1997), and The University of New South Wales Foundation Limited (from 2005, Director from 1999). Director/Member: Lowy Institute for International Policy (from 2012), Australian Philanthropic Services Limited (from 2012), ASIC External Advisory Panel (from 2013) and Advisory Committee for Optus Limited (from 2013). He was former Chairman of Sydney Theatre Company Ltd (2010–2016), Guardians of the Future Fund of Australia (2012–2014), Swiss Re Life & Health Australia Limited (2011–2014), Investec Bank (Australia) Limited (2002–2014), 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 Director: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (2013–2015), Investec Property Limited (2005–2014), Infrastructure NSW (2011–2014) and Singapore Airlines Limited (2006–2012).

Shayne Elliott

Mr. Shayne Cary Elliott is Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of the Company. Mr Elliott has over 30 years’ experience in international banking including in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, the UK and the USA. Mr Elliott joined ANZ as CEO Institutional in June 2009, and was appointed Chief Financial Officer in 2012, where he was responsible for all aspects of Finance as well as Group Strategy, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions. Prior to joining ANZ, Mr Elliott held senior executive roles at EFG Hermes which included Chief Operating Officer. Mr Elliott was previously with Citigroup where he held various senior positions across various geographies and business sectors over the course of 20 years. He started his career in various roles with Citibank New Zealand and Citibank UK. He is Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2009), ANZ Holdings (New Zealand) Limited (from 2012) and the Financial Markets Foundation for Children (from 2016).

Graham Hodges

Mr. Graham Kennedy Hodges is Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Company. He has resigned from the position of Acting Chief Financial Officer of the Company., effective 18 July 2016. Prior to this role, Graham was Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand and a director of ANZ National Bank Limited responsible for the running of ANZ Group's New Zealand business. He was also acting Chief Executive Officer for Australia in 2009. Graham has held the positions of Group Managing Director, Corporate, Managing Director, Small to Medium Business and Head of Corporate Banking for Australia and New Zealand. Other prior roles with ANZ include State Manager, Business Banking for Victoria and Tasmania; and Regional Executive, Business Banking Melbourne. Graham joined ANZ in 1991 and was appointed Chief Economist in 1992, a post he held for three years. Before ANZ, Graham spent several years with the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC and nine years in Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra. Graham has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University.

Michelle Jablko

Ms. Michelle Jablko is Chief Financial Officer of the Company., since 18 July 2016. Michelle joins ANZ from independent investment bank Greenhill & Co where she has been Managing Director and Co-Head for Australia since 2014. At Greenhill, Michelle is a member of the firm’s Global Management Committee with joint responsibility for leading its Australian business. Formerly she was at UBS Australia from 2000. At both Greenhill and UBS, Michelle has been a strategic advisor to large Australian companies on strategy, M&A and capital markets across a range of sectors including financial services. Michelle commenced her career as a lawyer at Arthur Robinson & Hedderwicks where she was focused on M&A, banking and finance law. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Law with Honours in Law and Economics from Monash University. At ANZ Michelle will have responsibility for all aspects of Finance as well as Treasury, Mergers and Acquisitions and Investor Relations.

David Hisco

Mr. David Duncan Hisco has been Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand, Group Executive of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., effective 3 April 2015. he has 30+ year career at ANZ, David has held a number of senior executive roles in retail and commercial banking including leading ANZ’s global Commercial segment from 2008 to 2014. His experience in New Zealand includes being Managing Director of finance company UDC between 1998 and 2000, oversight of Eftpos New Zealand from 2002 to 2004, Chairman of UDC from 2005 to 2007 and oversight of New Zealand Commercial since 2008. David holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Deakin University, a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and an Executive Masters of Business Administration, both from Monash University (Mt Eliza). In 2013 David won the Asian Banker CEO Leadership Achievement Award for New Zealand. This award is presented every three years for the delivery of strategy during that period. David won the award for successfully leading the merger of The National Bank of New Zealand with ANZ. He is a founding director of the Australian food donation charity, Second Bite, a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant (Australia), and Chairman of children’s charity, The First Tee New Zealand.

Nigel Williams

Mr. Nigel Henry Murray Williams is Chief Risk Officer of the company. He is responsible for the ANZ Group's Risk Management, overseeing our global Credit, Market and Operational Risk and Compliance teams as well as risk related strategies, policies and processes. He has more than 30 years banking experience in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Prior to his current role he was Managing Director of Institutional Australia and has previously held the role of Managing Director Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking in New Zealand having joined ANZ in 2003. Nigel graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in Marketing, Accounting and Finance and has also attended leadership and strategy training at the University of Michigan, USA, Duke University, USA and Oxford University, England. He is a Director on the Board of Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, and a Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited. Since 2004 he has been an active member of ANZ’s Diversity Council with a particular interest in gender balance, and is also Executive Sponsor of ANZ’s Pride Network. Nigel is a past member of the 2008 NZ Government Taskforce on Capital Markets Development. He is also a former Director of NZX Limited, E*TRADE Australia Limited and Australian Financial Markets Association. He is a Chartered member of New Zealand Institute of Directors, and in 2009 was awarded a fellow of INFINZ. He is also a member of the Art Gallery NSW President's Council, a past Chairman of the City Art Gallery Foundation and a past Chairman of Wellesley College.

Maile Carnegie

Fred Ohlsson

Kathryn van der Merwe

Ms. Kathryn van der Merwe is the Group Executive Talent and Culture of the Company. Kathryn will join ANZ from Bain & Company where she has held senior leadership roles focussed on business transformation. This includes a focus on strengthening organisational culture and capability, and the development and delivery of change strategies to improve performance and facilitate sustainable growth. Most recently she was Expert Vice President for Bain’s Results Delivery Practice in the Asia Pacific region having worked for the firm for 14 years. While at Bain, Kathryn made a significant contribution through developing and leading training, staff engagement, leadership programs and recruitment, and received global recognition for her contribution to training, coaching, mentoring and leadership. Kathryn holds a PhD in Psychology from the University of New South Wales.

Mark Whelan

Mr. Mark David Whelan is Group Executive, Institutional of the Company. He was Chief Executive Officer of ANZ Australia and Management Board member responsible for Global Commercial Banking. He has been in banking almost 30 years and has vast experience in the Asian Market, and Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking. Prior to his current role, he held the roles of Managing Director Corporate and Commercial Banking Australia and Managing Director of ANZ’s Institutional, Commercial and Private Bank businesses based in Hong Kong. Mark joined ANZ in November 2004 as Head of Sales, Markets, before taking on the role of Joint Managing Director, Markets, in 2005 and then Managing Director, Institutional Asia, in 2007. Prior to ANZ, Mark worked at Westpac where he held several senior roles including General Manager, Global Investor Sales and General Manager, Institutional Banking, Victoria. Mark holds a Graduate Diploma in Taxation and a Diploma Accounting from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). Mark is a Fellow of the Certified Practicing Accounts (CPA) and a member of the Financial Treasury Association, the Australian Financial Markets Association and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Simon Pordage

Mr. Simon Pordage is Company Secretary of the Company. Mr Pordage joined ANZ in May 2016. Mr Pordage is a Chartered Secretary and has extensive company secretarial and corporate governance experience. From 2009 to 2016 he was Company Secretary for Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited and a number of other listed investment companies. Other former roles include being Deputy Company Secretary for ANZ and Head of Board Support for Barclays PLC in the United Kingdom. Mr Pordage is National President and Chairman of Governance Institute of Australia, having joined the Board in 2012 and is a member and former Chairman of its National Legislation Review Committee.

Ilana Atlas

Ms. Ilana Rachel Atlas is an Independent Non-Executive Director at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited since September 24, 2014. Ms Atlas brings a strong financial services background and legal experience to the Board. Ms Atlas’ last executive role was Group Executive, People at Westpac, where she was responsible for human resources, corporate affairs and sustainability. Prior to that, she was Westpac’s Group Secretary and General Counsel. Before her 10 years at Westpac, Ms Atlas was a partner in law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons). In addition to her practice in corporate law, she held a number of management roles in the firm including Executive Partner, People and Information, and Managing Partner. she is Chairman of The Bell Shakespeare Company Limited (from 2010, Director from 2004). She is Director of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2011), Westfield Corporation Limited (from 2014), Treasury Corporation of New South Wales (from 2013), Oakridge Wines Pty Limited (from 2007), Human Rights Law Centre Ltd (from 2012) and Jawun (from 2014). Member: Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Corporate Governance Committee (from 2014) and Panel of Adara Partners (from 2015). Fellow: Senate of the University of Sydney (from 2015). She was former Director of Suncorp Group Limited (2011–2014), Suncorp-Metway Limited (2011–2014), GIO General Limited (2011–2013), AAI Limited (2011–2014) and Scentre Group Limited (previously known as Westfield Holdings Limited) (2011–2014).

Paula Dwyer

Ms. Paula Jane Dwyer is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd since April 1, 2012. Ms Dwyer brings extensive board, financial services, strategy and business leadership experience. Her career as a company director spans financial services and investment, healthcare, gambling entertainment, fast moving consumer goods, property and construction and retailing sectors. She has held senior executive roles in investment management at Calibre Asset Management, corporate finance at Ord Minnet (J P Morgan) and accounting at Price Waterhouse (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). He is Chairman of Tabcorp Holdings Limited (from 2011, Director from 2005), Healthscope Limited (from 2014) and Kin Group Advisory Board (from 2014). He is Director of Lion Pty Ltd (from 2012). He was former Deputy Chairman of Leighton Holdings Limited (2013–2014, Director 2012) and Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute (2003–2013). Former Director: Suncorp Group Limited (2007–2012), Promina Limited (2002–2007) and Foster’s Group Limited (2011). Former Member: John Holland Group Advisory Board (2012–2014), Australian Government Takeovers Panel (2008–2014) and ASIC External Advisory Panel (2012–2015).

Sarah Halton

Ms. Sarah Jane Halton is a Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Ms Halton is a former Secretary of the Australian Department of Finance, responsible for supporting the delivery of the Australian Government budget, the ongoing management of the Australian Government’s non-defence domestic property portfolio, key asset sales and the financial framework for Australian Government agencies. She brings to the Board extensive experience in finance, insurance, risk management, information technology, human resources, health and ageing and public policy. She also has significant international experience. In a 33 year career within the public service, Ms Halton’s previous roles include Secretary of the Australian Department of Health, Secretary for the Department of Health and Ageing, and Executive Co-ordinator (Deputy Secretary) of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. She is Member of Executive Board of the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington (from 2007). Board Member: Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Norway) (from 2016). Public Policy Fellow: ANU Crawford School of Public Policy (from 2012). She is Former Chairman of OECD Asian Senior Budget Officials Network (from 2014–2016), World Health Organisation Executive Board (2013–2014), OECD’s Health Committee (2007–2013), Food Regulation Standing Committee (2002–2014) and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council (2002–2008). Former President: World Health Assembly (2007). Former Executive Board Member: World Health Organisation (2004–2007 and 2012–2015). Former Member: Melbourne Institute Advisory Board (2007–2015), the National E-Health Transition Authority (2005–2014) and Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2002–2014). Former Commissioner: Australian Sports Commission (2008–2010 and 2013–2014), Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (2006–2015) and Health Insurance Commission (2002–2005).

Hsien Yang Lee

Mr. Lee Hsien Yang is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd since February 2009. 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, property, publishing and printing, financial services, education, civil aviation and land transport. Her 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). Director: Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (from 2014), General Atlantic Singapore Fund FII Pte Ltd (from 2014), Cluny Lodge Pte Ltd (from 1979) and Caldecott Inc. (from 2013). She is Member: Governing Board of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (from 2005). Special Adviser: General Atlantic (from 2013). Consultant: Capital International Inc Advisory Board (from 2007). President: INSEAD South East Asia Council (from 2013). She was Former Chairman: Fraser & Neave, Limited (2007–2013) and Asia Pacific Investments Pte Ltd (2010–2012, Director 2009–2012). Former Director: Singapore Exchange Limited (2004–2016). Former Member: Rolls Royce International Advisory Council (2007–2013). Former Chief Executive Officer: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (1995–2007).

Graeme Liebelt

Mr. Graeme Richard Liebelt is an Independent Non-Executive Director at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd since July 1, 2013. 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. His Current Directorships, Chairman: Amcor Limited (from 2013, Director from 2012). Director: Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (from 2012), Carey Baptist Grammar School (from 2012) and DuluxGroup Limited (from 2016). He was Former Deputy Chairman: Melbourne Business School (2012–2015, Director from 2008). Former Chairman: The Global Foundation (2014–2015, Director from 2006). Former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director: Orica Limited (2005–2012). Former Executive Director: Orica Limited (2007–2012). Former Director: Business Council of Australia (2010–2012).

John Macfarlane

Mr. John Thomas Macfarlane is Independent Non-Executive Director of the company. since May 2014. Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia’s most experienced international bankers and previously served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand, and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank he was CEO of Bankers Trust New Zealand. Mr Macfarlane has also worked in the USA, Japan 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. His Current Directorships, Chairman: AGInvest Holdings Limited (MyFarm Limited) (from 2014). Director: St. Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research (from 2008), Craigs Investment Partners Limited (from 2013), Colmac Group Pty Ltd (from 2014) and Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery Limited (from 2016). He was Former Executive Chairman: Deutsche Bank AG, Australia and New Zealand (2007–2014) and Chief Country Officer, Australia (2011–2014). Former Director: Deutsche Australia Limited (2007–2014) and Deutsche Securities Australia Limited (2011–2014). Former Chief Executive Officer: Deutsche Australia Limited (2011–2014). Former President: Deutsche Securities, Japan (1999–2006). Former Chief Country Officer: Deutsche Bank AG (1999–2006). Former Member: Business Council of Australia (2011–2014).

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

David Gonski

825,000

Shayne Elliott

5,069,660

Graham Hodges

2,871,550

Michelle Jablko

536,922

David Hisco

4,066,520

Nigel Williams

3,780,700

Maile Carnegie

1,853,690

Fred Ohlsson

1,536,820

Kathryn van der Merwe

--

Mark Whelan

3,372,660

Simon Pordage

--

Ilana Atlas

316,500

Paula Dwyer

365,000

Sarah Halton

--

Hsien Yang Lee

335,000

Graeme Liebelt

358,000

John Macfarlane

318,500
As Of  29 Sep 2016