Mr John Wylie AM speaks on ‘Philanthropy in Education’.
Anyone with an interest or involvement in educational philanthropy should attend this lecture.
John Wylie is a Special Advisor to Lazard Australia, having recently retired as its CEO. He is in the process of launching a new private investment firm. He co-founded Carnegie, Wylie & Company in 2000, a corporate advisory and private equity firm, which was acquired by Lazard in 2007.
Prior to that he was Head of Investment Banking for Credit Suisse First Boston in Australia and previously worked in New York and London.
He has worked in the corporate advisory industry for 30 years, and has advised on many of Australia’s largest privatisations and corporate merger transactions.
John is also Chairman of the Australian Sports Commission, President of the Library Board of Victoria, a Trustee of the Rhodes Scholarship Trust at Oxford University, a director of the Melbourne Stars Cricket team, and a member of the Melbourne Grammar School Finance Committee. He is former Chairman of the Melbourne Cricket Ground Trust.
John holds an MPhil in Management Studies from Oxford University, and a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours from The University of Queensland.
Dress: Business attire
Enjoy Emmanuel hospitality after the lecture and join us for drinks and canapés.
RSVP to Sharon Burridge by Friday 31 July 2015
Tel: 07 3871 9362
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