Julian is the Asia Pacific Regional Leader for KPMG’s Global Infrastructure Practice. Previously, he developed and led KPMG Australia’s infrastructure practice and was a Board member of KPMG Australia for 6 years. In his current role, Julian travels widely throughout Asia Pacific working with governments and the private sector to develop and advise on infrastructure programs, projects and assets. He has extensive experience as a lead adviser on a large range of commercial transactions, particularly in the transport and industrial markets sectors. Julian’s advice to government organizations and corporations relates to infrastructure projects and financing (including public-private partnerships), privatization, corporate strategy, corporate/debt restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, divestments, and business valuations. Julian’s recent experience in Australia includes acting as an adviser to the government in relation to a number of significant infrastructure projects including the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal Project, High Speed Rail, and the National Broadband Network. Julian was also a member of the Infrastructure Finance Working Group which reported to the Australian Federal Government on Infrastructure Finance and Funding Reform in 2012 – many of the group’s recommendations have since been adopted by government.
BSC 2.1Hons, Managerial and Administrative Studies - Aston University
BSC 2.1Hons, Business studies - Aston University
Business Commerce - Aston University
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