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Gail enjoyed a successful international executive career before transitioning in 2008 to become a Non-Executive Director and independent consultant.Gail, was educated in Australia with post graduate studies in Australia, the US and Switzerland.
She worked primarily in the finance industry, initially in information technology, rising from the CIO role to COO and then CEO roles.
Immediately before returning to Australia to pursue a Non Executive Director career, Gail held the post of Chief Operating Officer UK at BNP Paribas Securities Services, following on from her role as CEO and Managing Director, BNP Paribas Securities Services, Australia and New Zealand.Gail joined BNP Paribas after a highly successful 20 year career at Macquarie Bank, where she held the role of Group CIO for twelve years, at a time of unprecedented change and expansion, and subsequently as COO of the Financial Services Group in her last three years.Gail's current Board roles include Director UXC, Director Baycorp, Director SIRCA, Director of the recently listed Onthehouse.com and Chairman of OneVue.She also provides independent consulting services to the NSW Government Department of Premier and Cabinet on their Corporate and Shared Services reform program and also acts as Chair of the program's Risk and Assurance sub-committee.
Gail previously served on the Board of Alleron Funds Management, Air Services Australia, the Sydney Opera House Trust and Harvey World Travel.
Gail has highly developed skills in technology and operations management, risk management and strategy development.
She is particularly experienced in complex change management, business process rationalization and outsourcing.
She has also driven the operational and technology aspects of numerous mergers and acquisitions driving out costs and achieving synergies.
She also has extensive experience in the tools and techniques of strategic human resource management including remuneration and reward systems, performance measurement and management, organisation culture and staff engagement assessment.
These skills have been recognized in a number of advisory appointments including Member of the Advisory Board of the Department of Information Systems at Melbourne University, and Member of the Federal Government's Information, Technology and Telecommunications Advisory Board (ITTPAC), She was recognised by the Federal Government with the award of a Centenary Medal in 2002 for outstanding services to Australian business.
Gail is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors where she is an accredited facilitator for both the Risk and Strategy Modules of the Company Directors Course.
Gail Pemberton's distinguished career in financial services and the IT sector has spanned the globe.
The multi-award winning recipient joined the MAP Trustee Board in February 2015.
She is also Chair of OneVue and SIRCA Technology and a non-executive Director of PayPal Australia, Baycorp and QIC.During her executive career Gail was the Chief Operating Officer at BNP Paribas Securities Services in the UK.She was previously the Managing Director of BNP Paribas Securities Services Australia and New Zealand, where she doubled the size of the business in less than three years.
Before joining BNP Paribas Gail worked for Macquarie Bank for 20 years.
She held various roles such as Executive Director, Global Chief Information Officer and Chief Operating Officer.
Gail was instrumental in the successful implementation of the largest business and IT change program undertaken by the bank at the time.
She also played a lead role in several major acquisitions, including the global investment banking operations of Bankers Trust Australia.
Gail was named Chief Information Officer of the Decade by Australian Banking and Finance Magazine in 2000.
A year later, she received the Centenary Medal for outstanding services to Australian businesses.
In 1999 she was named Chief Information Officer of the Year.
Gail has over 35 years' experience in financial services and technology sectors, at the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Information Officer level.Gail was the former Chief Operating Officer of BNP Paribas Securities Services in the UK and prior to transferring ...to London, Gail was Managing Director and CEO of Australia and New Zealand for BNP Paribas Securities Services.Before joining BNP, Gail was an Executive Director at Macquarie Bank where she was Chief Information Officer for 12 years and then Chief Operating Officer for the Financial Services Group.
While at Macquarie, Gail played a leading role in several major acquisitions including the global investment banking operations of Bankers Trust Australia and multiple stockbroking businesses.
Gail was named Chief Information Officer of the Year (1999) and Chief Information Officer of the Decade (2000) by Australian Banking and Finance Magazine and was awarded the Centenary Medal (2001) for outstanding services to Australian business.
She is also a long standing member of Chief Executive Women (CEW).Gail is currently a director of QIC, PayPal Australia, Baycorp, UXC, Chair of SIRCA and Onevue.Gail has undertaken post graduate study overseas at Harvard and IMD, has a Master of Arts from UTS and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD).Gail chairs the Product and Technology Committee and is a member of the Remuneration & Nominations Committee and the Audit & Risk Committee.
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