Mark Johnson

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Mark R. G. Johnson is chairman of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, and was a member of the secretive neoliberal Crossroads group.

"Mark is Chairman of Alinta Energy, a Director of Westfield Group and Senior Adviser to Gresham Partners. He is also Chairman of the ASIC External Advisory Panel, an adviser to Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in Australia and chairs Dateline Resources, a junior exploration company." [1]

"Mark Johnson joined Macquarie Bank in February 1987 as an Executive Director of the Bank and Chairman of its Corporate Services Division. He was joint Managing Director of Hill Samuel Australia Limited (predecessor to Macquarie Bank Limited) with David Clarke from 1971 to 1977 and an Executive Director of Hill Samuel & Co. London until 1980. Mark was founding Director of the Australian Bank in 1981 and resigned from that position in 1986 before rejoining Macquarie Bank. He is Chairman of The Australian Gas Light Company Limited, Chairman of Macquarie Infrastructure Group and a director of the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute Limited. He is one of the Prime Minister's three personal representatives to the APEC Business Advisory Council, is Chairman of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute and a member of the WTO Advisory Group to the Australian Government." [1]

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References

  1. Dragoman Consulting PEople, organizational web page, accessed February 23, 2015 .
  2. Directors, AGL Energy, accessed March 7, 2008.

External links

  • "Biography", Macquarie Bank, Accessed December 2006.