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Our Board of Directors brings together a range of skills, experience and expertise to provide a pivotal role in the development of the Mac Point site.


Prior to the establishment of the Macquarie Point Corporation Act 2012  (Act) and appointment of the Macquarie Point Development Corporation Board, management and administration was the responsibility of the Macquarie Point Development Project, with oversight provided by the Macquarie Point Steering Committee.



Brian’s early career was working for the Australian Government. His executive career in superannuation and financial services between 1987 and 2002 saw him appointed inaugural Executive Director of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia. In September 1993 Brian was appointed Vice President, Business Strategy, Bankers Trust Australia Limited and subsequently Executive Vice President, Funds Management. This role involved responsibility for all non-investment functions including legal, compliance, operations, technology, marketing and human resources. From November 1997 Brian was promoted to President, Japan Bankers Trust Company Limited and following a takeover by Deutsche Bank in 1999, Brian was made Regional Head of Asia/Pacific, Deutsche Asset Management. Brian retired from fulltime employment in 2002 and since then has held a number of non-executive and industry positions including Chair of Spark Infrastructure and President of the Retirement Benefits Fund in Tasmania. Currently, he is a Director of OAK Possability, a not-for-profit provider of services in the disability sector, Chair of FuneralVest, Chair of Hastings Funds Management, Director of Tasplan Super Fund and Chair of the Tasmanian Development Board.



Saul worked as an economist in the Australian financial markets for more than 25 years, including as Chief Economist at McIntosh Securities (a stockbroking firm) in the late 1980s, Chief Economist at National Mutual Funds Management in the early 1990s, as Chief Economist at the Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) from 1995 to 2009, and as Chief Economist for Bank of America Merrill Lynch from 2011 until June 2015. In between these last two positions he was Director of the Productivity Growth program at the Grattan Institute.

In July 2015, Saul started up his own economics consultancy business, operating out of Hobart, and in April 2016 took up a part-time position as a Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Tasmania. Saul is a member of the Australian Parliamentary Budget Office’s Expert Advisory Panel and the Australian Taxation Office’s ‘Tax Gap’ Project Expert Panel; is Chair of the CSIRO’s Decadal Climate Forecasting Project Advisory Board; and is on the Advisory Board of Jamieson Coote Bonds, a Melbourne-based specialist bond investment manager.  He was a non-executive director of Hydro Tasmania from 2008 until 2018, and Chair of the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board from 2005 until 2011.



Kim has been a Head of Agency in Tasmania for more than 20 years and was appointed Secretary of the Department of State Growth in September 2014, where he works closely with the Office of the Coordinator-General and Infrastructure Tasmania. He has previously represented the Tasmanian Government on several state and national boards and committees including the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture, the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies and Tasmanian Irrigation.



Tim is an experienced company director and board member specialising in major construction and infrastructure projects nationally. His skills within these roles include providing strategic advice to boards, governments and major corporations during the planning and delivery phase as well as briefing, cost, time and quality advice, development income and feasibility assistance.

Tim is the Managing Director of North Projects, a project advisory firm with offices in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Darwin, Hobart and Perth, employing more than fifty-eight staff.

Tim has extensive experience in planning complex urban environments and specialises in providing project assurance and risk advice to major infrastructure redevelopments including commercial, retail and public projects.

Over the course of his career, he has worked in the construction and property industry in Hobart, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Cairns.