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James MacKenzie awarded Order of Australia VFMC would like to congratulate our former Chair, James MacKenzie AO who was made an officer of the Order of Australia in the Australian Day honours. James received his award for distinguished service to business and to public administration through leadership roles. James has had a long career in both the public and private sector and recently stated that...
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VFMC Announces Board appointments The Chair of Victorian Funds Management Corporation (VFMC), Lisa Gay, welcomes the appointment of Chris Barrett to the Board of VFMC (effective 12 December 2023). Chris commenced as DTF Secretary in December 2023 and leads the Department in its role of providing economic, financial and resource management policy advice to the Government. Chris joined DTF as Deputy Secretary of the Economic...
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Lisa Gay appointed as new VFMC Chair The Treasurer of Victoria, Tim Pallas, announces the appointment of Lisa Gay as the new Chair of Victorian Funds Management Corporation (VFMC), effective 23 November 2023. Lisa Gay was appointed as a Director of the Board in May 2016 and has been Acting Chair of VFMC following the retirement of former Chair, James MacKenzie in August 2023. “On...
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CEO, Kate Galvin featured in a news article on Women’s Agenda. We learn more about Victorian Funds Management Corporation’s (VFMC) family-inclusive initiatives and policies aimed at supporting parents, carers and women, thanks to our partnership with Family Friendly Workplaces. Victorian Funds Management Corporation’s investment team is edging closer to reaching gender parity, now at 43 per cent, while across the full firm it is at 50/50 gender...
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VFMC was featured in an article in the Australian Financial Review Lighthouse gets $130m social loan from CBA, NAB Fund manager Lighthouse Infrastructure has secured a so-called social loan of $130 million from Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank to boost its provision of specialist disability accommodation funding, the first loan of its type in Australia for a housing sector that could grow to $10 billion in...
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