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Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Steven Gregg

Position
Chairman and Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
9 October 2015

Appointed Chairman
18 August 2017

Board Committees
Nomination Committee (Chairman)

Steven has over 25 years of investment banking experience in Australia and internationally and brings to the Board extensive executive, corporate finance, strategy, and mergers and acquisitions experience. 

Steven has held various roles with ABN AMRO, most recently as Global Head of Investment Banking and the CEO of the United Kingdom. Following this, Steven was a Partner in the Strategy and Financial Institutions practice at McKinsey & Company in Sydney and internationally.

Steven is a director of Challenger Limited, Challenger Life Company Limited, Lorna Hodgkinson Foundation, Tabcorp Holdings Limited and William Inglis & Son Limited. He is the Chairman of Unisson Disability Limited and a trustee of the Australian Museum. He has previously served as Chairman of Goodman Fielder Limited and Austock Group Limited, and was a member of the Grant Samuel non-executive advisory board.

Steven holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales.

Julian Segal

Position
Managing Director & CEO

Appointed
1 July 2009

Julian joined Caltex from Incitec Pivot Limited, a leading global chemicals company, where he served as the Managing Director & CEO from June 2005 to May 2009.

Prior to Incitec Pivot, Julian spent six years at Orica in a number of senior management positions, including Manager of Strategic Market Planning, General Manager - Australia/Asia Mining Services, and Senior Vice President - Marketing for Orica Mining Services.

Julian is a director of the Australian Institute of Petroleum Limited.

Julian holds a Bachelor of Science (Chemical Engineering) from the Israel Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.

Trevor Bourne

Position
Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
2 March 2006

Board Committees

OHS & Environmental Risk Committee (Chairman), Human Resources Committee and Nomination Committee

 

Trevor brings to the Board broad management experience in industrial and capital-intensive industries, and a background in engineering and supply chain. From 1999 to 2003, he served as CEO of Tenix Investments. Prior to Tenix, Trevor spent 15 years at Brambles Industries, including six years as Managing Director of Brambles Australasia. He has also previously worked for Incitec Pivot and BHP. 

Trevor is Chairman of Senex Energy Limited (appointed 10 March 2015), a director of Sydney Water Corporation (appointed February 2014) and was recently appointed as a director of Virgin Australia Holdings Limited (appointment 1 January 2018). He was previously a director of Origin Energy Limited (from February 2000 to November 2012).

 

Trevor holds a Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of New South Wales, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Newcastle, and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mark Chellew

Position
Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
2 April 2018

Board Committee

Nomination Committee

 

Mark Chellew brings to the Caltex Board international expertise in industry, strategy, governance and large capital projects with a background in manufacturing, mining and process industries. He was the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Adelaide Brighton and prior to that, held executive positions at Blue Circle Industries and CSR.

Mark is currently a Director of Virgin Australia Holdings Limited and Infigen Energy Limited.  He is Chairman of Cleanaway Waste Management Limited and was until recently Chairman of the industry body Manufacturing Australia.

He holds a Bachelor of Science (Ceramic Engineering) from the University of New South Wales, a Master of Engineering (Mechanical) from the University of Wollongong and a Graduate Diploma of Management from the University of New South Wales.

Melinda Conrad

Position
Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
1 March 2017 

Board Committees
Audit Committee, OHS & Environmental Risk Committee and Nomination Committee

Ms Conrad brings to the Board expertise in strategy and governance and a background in retail and technology led transformation.

Ms Conrad is currently a non-executive director of ASX Limited, Stockland Group, OFX Group Limited, and the George Institute for Global Health  She is also a Member of the ASIC Director Advisory Panel and the Australian Institute of Company Directors Corporate Governance Committee.

Ms Conrad has previously served as a Non-Executive Director of The Reject Shop Limited, David Jones Limited, APN News & Media Limited and the Garvan Medical Research Institute Foundation. Ms Conrad held executive roles at Harvard Business School, Colgate-Palmolive, several retail businesses as founder and CEO and in strategy and marketing advisory.

Ms Conrad holds a BA (hons) from Wellesley College in Boston, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Bruce Morgan

Postion
Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
29 June 2013

Board Committees
Audit Committee (Chairman), Nomination Committee and OHS & Environmental Risk Committee

Bruce brings to the Board expertise in financial management, business advisory services, risk and general management. He is the Chairman of Sydney Water Corporation and Redkite, and a director of Origin Energy Limited (appointed November 2012), the University of New South Wales Foundation and the European Australian Business Council. Prior to this, Bruce was a partner with professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for over 25 years, where he practised as an audit partner with a focus on the energy and mining sectors. He was previously Chairman of the PwC Board and a member of the PwC International Board. Prior to that, he was managing partner of PwC’s Sydney and Brisbane offices.

Bruce is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) from the University of New South Wales.

Barbara Ward AM

Position
Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
1 April 2015

Board Committees
Human Resources Committee (Chairman), Audit Committee and Nomination Committee

Barbara brings to the Caltex Board strategic and financial expertise in senior management roles, including as Chief Executive Officer of Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services and General Manager Finance at TNT Limited. Barbara also served as a Senior Ministerial Adviser to the Honourable Paul Keating.

Barbara is a director of Qantas Airways Limited and various Brookfield companies. An experienced director, she has previously served on the boards of various public companies including the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Lion Nathan Limited and Multiplex Limited, and public sector entities, including as Chairman of Country Energy and most recently, the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Barbara is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Master of Political Economy from the University of Queensland.

Penny Winn

Position
Independent, Non-executive Director

Appointed
1 November 2015

Board Committees
OHS & Environmental Risk Committee, Human Resources Committee and Nomination Committee

Penny brings to the Board Australian and international strategic, major transformation and business integration, technology and retail marketing experience.

Prior to her appointment to Caltex, Penny was Director Group Retail Services with Woolworths Group Limited, and she has over 30 years of experience in retail with senior management roles in Australia and internationally.

Penny is Chairman of Port Waratah Coal Services Ltd, a director of CSR Limited and has been recently appointed a director of Goodman Limited and Goodman Funds Management Limited. Penny is a member of the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) Business School’s Advisory Board and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has previously served as a director of a Woolworths business, Greengrocer.com, a Myer business, sass & bide, and Quantium Group and was a member of the Australian Payments Clearing Association’s CECS Advisory Council.

Penny holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the Australian National University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Technology, Sydney.