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Brendan Lyon

Brendan Lyon

Partner, Infrastructure & Projects Group

KPMG Australia

Brendan joined KPMG in early 2018 after more than a decade leading the establishment and growth of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.

Brendan advises government agencies and corporate clients on the procurement and delivery of major infrastructure projects and infrastructure services. He leads major transport engagements for the Commonwealth, NSW and South Australian governments, spanning freight and passenger transport projects, and has undertaken advisory engagements for a range of private and government-owned corporations in transport, utilities and social infrastructure.

Brendan has been widely published on infrastructure prioritisation, funding, financing and market regulation. He is an independent external board member for the Australian Government’s Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific, which provides sovereign grants and loans to support regional development in Timor Leste and the Pacific. Brendan has also advised the New Zealand Treasury on its reform of project and market governance and was the chairman of an independent inquiry for the NSW Government, recommending regulatory approaches to tolling fees in NSW.

Areas of expertise
Advisory Deal Advisory Economic and commercial Infrastructure Infrastructure management Innovation Mega trends Public Policy and Regulatory Change Social Infrastructure Sustainability
Education and qualifications
  • Master of Business Administration with Distinction, Sydney Business School

  • Honorary Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Wollongong

  • Life member – Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

  • Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants

  • Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors

Professional involvement
  • Board member, Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility in the Pacific

  • Board member, SMART Infrastructure Facility, University of Wollongong

  • Board Member, Sydney Business School

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