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Geoff Brunsdon from QIC to speak at High Speed Rail Mini-Conference

Geoff Brunsden, Non-Executive Director and Chairman, Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) is joining the impressive and diverse line up of speakers at the AuHSR High Speed Rail Mini-Conference.

Geoff will provide concluding remarks on the importance of HSR from a business leader's perspective.

Geoff Brunsdon AM is a career investment banker with deep experience in financial services, real estate and infrastructure sectors across M & A, equity and debt capital markets.

He has been a non-executive director across a range of sectors including Australian and international companies with operation in North America, Europe and Asia and has 20 years’ experience as chairman of ASX listed companies.

Geoff’s current roles include Chairman of Queensland Investment Corporation and PayPal Australia as well as Senior Advisor to Planum Partners which provides real assets advisory services focused on infrastructure, real estate, and energy.

Please also note that Graham Nelmes, General Manager Customer, Place, and Operations at the High Speed Rail Authority will represent the authority in place of Steven Joseph, Executive General Manager.

Graham will provide an update on the Sydney to Newcastle HSR Business Case and Pathway to Delivery Report.

Graham's role will lead the development and implementation of customer, operations planning, and maintenance, as well as integrated transport and place outcomes for the Sydney to Newcastle project and across the High-Speed Rail network.

Graham joins the HSRA from Transport for NSW where he was the Project Director for the high-speed rail project between Sydney and Newcastle, working as part of an integrated team with HSRA.

Prior to this, Graham spent over 20 years in various transport planning, project development and delivery roles within Transport, with key roles leading the planning and business case development for the fast rail program, as well as operational planning and transport integration for several Sydney Metro projects.

Full details of the conference are here.

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