Dinner with Phil Chronican, CEO of ANZ Australia, and the HCA Leadership programme

Harvard Club of Victoria members and their guests are invited to join the Harvard Club of Australia Leadership Program, on Thursday, August 7th, for a dinner featuring a talk by Phil Chronican, Chief Executive Officer, Australia, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited.

Phil Chronican 
Philip Chronican is one of Australia's most experienced bankers with a career that spans more than 30 years in the industry.
As Chief Executive Officer Australia, Philip is responsible for ANZ's Australian retail and commercial businesses which service more than six million customers. He also leads ANZ's retail segment on a global basis.
Prior to joining ANZ in 2009, Philip had a long career at Westpac Banking Corporation in a number of roles including Group Executive of the Institutional Bank and Group Chief Financial Officer. These include specific responsibility for Westpac’s Asian and Pacific Island businesses.
Philip is an active supporter of industry initiatives to improve the standards of transparency and fairness that customers and the community should expect from their bank. He's one of the original subscribers to the Banking and Finance Oath.
In addition to his ANZ commitments, Philip is a Director of New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW Tcorp) and Chairman of the NSW Tcorp's Audit and Risk Committee.

Date: Thursday 7th August, 2014
Time: 6:30pm for 7:00pm   
Where: Aitken Hill Conference Centre
Bookings: By clicking here or visiting www.trybooking.com/FFLV
RSVP: by COB 30th July 2014
Enquiries: Alice Hill - aehill@ozemail.com.au
HCA Leadership Program 
Now in its seventeenth year the Harvard Club Australia Leadership Program is an annual five-day residential executive education program for senior management, presented by Harvard Business School Professors using the HBS case study method. This year it is being held in Victoria for the first time. The theme of this year’s program is Competitive & Political Advantage: Formulating and Implementing Strategic Change with HBS Professors David Yoffie and Felix Oberholzer-Gee. There are still a few places available and if you are interested, more information can be found at http://www.harvardclub.com.au/leadership/.