Elizabeth Proust AO, Chairman, Australian Institute of Company Directors
Venue : AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre #23-03 S(228208) - Stamford American Auditorium
Date : April 26, 2018
Time : 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Price : $25.00
|2018-04-26 12:00:00 2018-04-26 14:00:00 Asia/Singapore Governing for the Future: Key Issues for Boards in 2018 and Beyond - - AmCham Singapore|
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Join the Australian Institute of Company Directors, AmCham Singapore and AustCham Singapore for an exclusive luncheon with Elizabeth Proust AO, Chairman, Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Elizabeth is a leading Australian director. She sits on a number of boards, including as Chairman of Nestle Australia and the Bank of Melbourne. Elizabeth is a non-executive director of Lendlease, a leading international property and infrastructure group, and a member of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) Directors’ Advisory Panel and the Victoria Police Corporate Advisory Group.
In a keynote presentation, Elizabeth will explore the issues of trust, culture, diversity and board composition. She will touch on innovation and digital transformation, artificial intelligence and cyber, and how these areas need to be considered by directors when looking toward the future.
Don’t miss this fascinating dive into the issues directors need to be focused on in 2018 and beyond. Lunch will be provided at this event. For inquiries, please email email@example.com.
About the Speaker
Australian Institute of Company Directors
Elizabeth joined the AICD Board in March 2014 and was appointed Chairman in December 2015. Elizabeth is Chairman of Nestle Australia and the Bank of Melbourne. She is also a non-executive director of Lendlease, a leading international property and infrastructure group. Elizabeth is also a member of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) Directors’ Advisory Panel and the Victoria Police Corporate Advisory Group.
In 2010 Elizabeth was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished service to public administration and to business, through leadership roles in government and private enterprise, as a mentor to women, and to the community through contributions to arts, charitable and educational bodies.
Previously Elizabeth worked in senior roles at the ANZ Banking Group, in local, State and Federal Government, and in BP Australia and BP International. She has held senior positions in the Victorian Government, including as Secretary (CEO) of the Department of Premier and Cabinet and Secretary of the Attorney-General’s Department. She was also CEO of the City of Melbourne.