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                Australian Board (ATLAX)

                Debbie Goodin, Non-Executive, Independent Chairman

                BEc (AU), FCA


                Chairman of ATLAX and Director of ATLIX from 1 November 2020, Director of ATLAX from 1 September 2017.

                Debbie Goodin is currently Chair of ATLAX and the ATLAX Nomination and Governance Committee as well as a member of the ATLAX Audit and Risk Committee and the ATLAX People and Remuneration Committee. Debbie is also a Director of the ATLIX Board and a member of the ATLIX Audit and Risk Committee, ATLIX Nomination and Governance Committee and the ATLIX People and Remuneration Committee.

                Debbie’s current Non-Executive directorships include Australian Pacific Airports Corporation Limited and APA Group.  For each of these boards she is the Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee, and also is a member of various Remuneration and Health and Safety Committees.

                In addition to her Non-Executive career, Debbie has deep experience in operations, finance, M&A and corporate services.  She has worked for over 20 years globally and in senior roles across both the public and private sectors. 

                Debbie was formerly on the boards of Senex Energy Limited, TEN Network Holdings, Ooh! Media Limited, Beyond Bank Australia, Citywest Water Corporation, Mount Hotham Resort Management Board, Doutta Galla Aged Care Services and the Breast Cancer Network Australia.  She has also served as a member of the Strategic Finance and IT Committee for the Royal Women’s Hospital. 

                Graeme Bevans, Executive Director


                Director from 1 April 2019 following appointment as CEO of Atlas Arteria.

                Graeme Bevans is an Executive Director of ATLAX following his appointment as CEO.

                Graeme has more than 25 years’ experience in the global infrastructure sector, where he has completed the acquisition, development and management of 17 infrastructure businesses with a total enterprise value of over $40 billion.

                Prior to joining Atlas Arteria, Graeme was Founder and CEO of Annuity Infrastructure in the UK. He has also held senior roles globally, including as Head of Infrastructure at CPPIB in Canada, Partner at Alinda Capital Partners in the USA, and Head of Infrastructure Investment at IFM Investors in Australia.

                Graeme has overseen very complex joint venture arrangements in global infrastructure both in Australia and abroad, particularly in Europe and the Americas. He has served as an active Director of 10 of those investee companies in Europe, Australia, North and South America.

                David Bartholomew, Non-Executive, Independent Director

                BEc (Hons) (AU), MBA (AGSM)


                Director from 1 October 2018.

                David Bartholomew is an Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the People and Remuneration Committee of ATLAX. David is also a member of the ATLAX Nomination and Governance Committee.

                He also serves on the Boards of Endeavour Energy (the NSW electricity distributor), Power & Water Corporation (the multi-utility owned by the NT Government) and Keolis Downer (provides public transport operation and maintenance services in Australia).  David is also External Independent Chair of the Executive Price Review Steering Committee of AusNet Services.

                David’s extensive management background includes the role of CEO of DUET Group, where he oversaw the ASX listed company’s transition to a fully internalised management and governance structure. He also held executive roles at Hastings Funds Management, Lend Lease, The Boston Consulting Group and BHP Minerals. David has also served on the Boards of Interlink Roads (Sydney’s M5 Motorway) and Statewide Roads (Sydney’s M4 Motorway) representing investors managed by Hasting Funds Management.

                He is also a Director of The Helmsman Project, a not-for-profit organisation that provides coaching and development programs for Year 9 students, predominantly in western Sydney.

                Jean-Georges Malcor, Non-Executive, Independent Director

                Ecole Centrale de Paris (Eng), MSc (Stanford)


                Director from 1 November 2018.

                Jean-Georges Malcor is an Independent Non-Executive Director and member of the ATLAX Audit and Risk Committee and the ATLAX Nomination and Governance Committee.

                He is a Non-Executive Director on the Boards of ORTEC and Fives (a construction and engineering company and global industrial engineering group respectively).  He is also Chairman of ENSTA Bretagne School of Engineering.

                His executive experience includes eight years as CEO at CGG (EPA: CGG), a Euronext-listed French geoscience company in the global oil and gas industry. Prior to this, he spent 25 years at Thales Group (EPA: HO) in France and Australia. In 1999 Jean-Georges became the first Managing Director of ADI (Australian Defence Industry). Jean-Georges has developed a high level of expertise in areas such as organisation, corporate governance, risk mitigation, strategy, technology, financing and restructuring.

                He is also an officer of the French Légion d’Honneur Order and National Order of Merit.

                Ariane Barker, Non-Executive, Independent Director

                BA (BU)


                Director from 1 March 2021.

                Ariane Barker is an Independent Non-Executive Director and Chair of the ATLAX Audit and Risk Committee. Ariane is also a member of the ATLAX Nomination and Governance Committee and the ATLAX People and Remuneration Committee.

                Prior to joining Atlas Arteria, she was CEO of Scale Investors Ltd, a role she held from 2017. 

                Ariane currently serves as a Non-Executive Director and Member of the Board Governance and Risk Committees at Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee at IDP Education Limited and a member of the Investment Committee at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.

                Ariane has a wealth of business and financial services experience in senior executive management roles, having worked as General Manager, Products and Markets with JBWere in Melbourne and prior to that had an extensive international career in investment banking at HSBC, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch.  Ariane was educated in the US and France where two of Atlas Arteria’s businesses are located and is a native French speaker.

                Ariane was formerly a Non-Executive Director of Emergency Services and State Superannuation and Taralye, The Oral Language Centre for Deaf Children. She was also an Executive Member of the NAB Wealth Disclosure Committee.

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