FINSIA CEO and Managing Director Yasser El-Ansary F FIN welcomed the new SF FINs and applauded their professionalism and leadership in ensuring the best outcomes for their businesses and the community.
“I am delighted to be acknowledging these individuals as it is a really great opportunity for FINSIA to shine a light on the professional contribution they have made to financial services and the community over the years,” he said.
“FINSIA Senior Fellows are rightly held in the highest esteem. It’s an accolade that won’t have come easily and will represent an impeccable career as a professional.
“Those on this year’s list come from a diverse range of roles within financial services including law, banking, regulation, capital markets, healthcare, M&A and government relations.
“The leadership in executive and non-executive roles highlight the important way FINSIA contributes to Australian society as a whole.”
Those on the list are:-
Claire Matthews, Associate Professor and Director, Academic Quality at Massey University
Dr Kylie Gilby, Non-Executive Director, Ocean Gardens Retirement Village and Lecturer at The University of Western Australia
Nigel Stewart, Executive Director, Dimensional Fund Advisors
Matthew Erwin, Director, Cashman Consulting
Judith Smith, Non-Executive Director, Funds SA
Claire Blake, Chief Financial and Operating Officer, QIC
Chris Bell, PhD research student, QUT
Anthony Burgess, Chairman, Flagstaff Partners
Fiona Drumond, Managing Partner - Western Region at EY
Grant Cairns, Executive General Manager, Business Lending, Commonwealth Bank
Stephen Duerden, CEO Duxton Capital Australia
Angela Donohoe, Chief Information Officer, NSW Government Department of Enterprise, Investment and Trade