Executive and Board of Directors
Dr Schott is Chairman of the Moorebank Intermodal Company Ltd, a Director of NBN Co, a Director of the TCorp Board in NSW, Patron and Board member of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, a member of the Macquarie University Council, and a member of the Whitlam Institute Board.
Dr Schott is the Project Director for the NSW Treasury managing the current sales of the government owned electricity generating plants. Dr Schott was previously the Project Director of the successful sale of lease of the Sydney desalination plant. She completed her role as CEO of the Commission of Audit for the NSW Government early in 2012. Previously she was Managing Director and CEO of Sydney Water from 2006 to 2011.
Dr Schott spent 15 years as an investment banker, including as Managing Director of Deutsche Bank and Executive Vice President of Bankers Trust Australia. During this time she specialised in privatisation, restructuring, and infrastructure provision.
Dr Schott holds a doctorate from Oxford University, a Masters of Arts from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver and a Bachelor of Arts (first class Honours) from the University of New England.
Ms Filson has experience in construction law and financial services in both regulatory and private sector settings. She has previously worked with PPPs. Ms Filson has strong commercial, financial and governance skills, with extensive working with audit and risk committees. Ms Filson's current affiliations include Director of Port of Hastings Development Authority and Director of Linking Melbourne Authority.
Mr Wilson has a strong background in accounting, investment banking and large scale infrastructure development. Mr Wilson is a Founding Principal and Director of Plenary Group - an international infrastructure business. Mr Wilson's experience also includes Head of Infrastructure and Head of Debt Markets and Securitisation at Barclays Bank/ABN AMRO. Prior to his investment career, Mr Wilson was a chartered accountant at Price Waterhouse and KPMG.
Mr Binsted is presently Chairman of Ariadne Capital Pty Ltd, a Director of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, a Member of the Council of the Australian National Maritime Museum and a Member of the Investment Advisory Committee for Ellemby Pty Ltd.
Mr Binsted has over thirty years' investment banking experience. During that time, he held senior positions at Lloyds Corporate Advisory Services, Schroders and Salomon Smith Barney (now Citigroup), as well as being Managing Director and Joint CEO of Lazard. Mr Binsted was Chairman of Sydney Ports Corportation from 2006 to December 2009 and the State Rail Authority of NSW from 1998 to 2002. He was previously a Director of Donaldson Coal and, until 30 June 2014, was Chairman of the Financial Sector Advisory Council. He was also a Member of the Australian Financial Centre Forum (Johnson Report) and the Shipping Reform Task Force.
With over 40 year's experience in the transport industry, Mr Di Bartolomeo brings extensive knowledge in rail, infrastructure and engineering fields to the MIC board as a non-executive director. He is currently the Chairman of Northwest Rapid Transit and Eco Logical Australia. He was, until recently, a non-executive director of Australian Rail Track Corporation. Prior to taking on non-executive director roles, Mr Di Bartolomeo was the Managing Director of ADI Limited, Country Director of Thales (Australia) and Chief Executive Officer of FreightCorp.
Jamie was a member of the House of Representatives for 8 years between 2008 and 2016. During his Parliamentary career he served in the infrastructure, regional development and cities portfolios. Jamie is currently working with PwC and he is studying a Master of Business Administration at the University of Adelaide.
Mr Hunt has 30 years' experience in business and project management, most recently in the delivery of large public-private partnership (PPP) projects in Sydney - the $3.6 billion Waratah passenger rolling stock project and the $1.1 billion Lane Cove Tunnel. Mr Hunt's earlier career was spent in large consulting engineering practices in Sydney and Melbourne.