Alexander Austin – Chief Executive Officer

Prior to founding Infradebt, as one of the founding partners of Access Capital Advisers he has invested in airports, toll roads, power stations, ports, electricity and gas distribution and transmission networks. While at Access he was involved in the development of customised alternative investment programs for a number of large institutional investors.

Alexander has a Bachelor of Economics (honours) and Bachelor of Science from ANU and is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.

Alex Ramsey – Chief Operating Officer

Alex has over 20 years of commercial experience spanning a number of industries and sectors. At Infradebt, Alex is responsible for investment sourcing and origination, investment analysis, asset management and capital raising and has worked on a range of transactions (e.g. PPPs, utilities and renewables).  Before joining Infradebt, Alex was a founding Managing Director of Sustineo – a professional services firm that specialises in the provision of consulting services supporting social and economic development projects globally. Prior to Sustineo, Alex was the Chief Financial Officer of Access Capital Advisers.

Alex is a Chartered Accountant, he has a Master of International Finance from Deakin University, and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Sydney.

Chin-Lee Yu – Investment Analyst

Chin-Lee undertakes credit analysis and financial modelling of infrastructure projects at Infradebt. Prior to joining Infradebt, Chin-Lee was an analyst in the model build team at Corality – a specialist financial modelling and debt advisory consultancy. This covered financial modelling across a wide range of infrastructure projects in Australia and overseas. Prior to Corality, Chin-Lee was a trading analyst at Dimensional Fund Advisors.

Chin-Lee has a Master of Commerce (Quantitative Finance) from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Laws/Commerce from the University of Auckland.

Terry McCredden – Non-executive Chair

Terry McCredden is a highly experienced and respected leader within the Australian superannuation industry. He has a deep knowledge of all facets of the industry, and for over 30 years has been the CEO of a Not for Profit Superannuation fund, most recently Unisuper (2008-2013). Before this, Terry established and built Telstra Super, and was its CEO from 1990 to 2008. In the 1980s his first role was as CEO of SECV Superannuation, now called EquipSuper.

Terry has a Bachelor of Commerce (honours) from University of Melbourne and has undertaken the Advanced Mannagement Program at the Wharton School of Management, University of Pennsylvania.

Matthew Groom – Advisory Group

Matthew Groom is a lawyer and former Liberal member of the Tasmanian Parliament. During his time in politics Matthew served as a cabinet minister across a range of senior portfolios including Energy, Attorney-General, Justice, State Growth and Environment, Parks and Heritage.

Prior to his election to Parliament, Matthew had a distinguished commercial and legal career with a particular focus on renewable energy development, project finance and mergers and acquisitions. This included senior positions with Hydro Tasmania, Roaring 40s (one of the leading renewable energy development companies in the Asia Pacific region with a portfolio of renewable energy projects spanning Australia, India and China) as well as Minter Ellison and Freehills.

Matthew has a LLM from the University of Melbourne as well as a BA/LLB from the University of Tasmania.

David Leitch - Advisory Group

David Leitch is the principal of ITK, a small consultancy specialising in analysis of the electricity and gas industry and the implications of decarbonisation of the Australian and Global economy. In addition, David shares his expertise on and is a cofounder of the popular “Energy insiders” podcast.

Prior to starting ITK in 2016, David was a research analyst with various leading Australian investment banks and was consistently rated a top 3 utilities analyst in various industry surveys over a 20 year period.

Kirby Clark - Advisory Group

Kirby Clark has deep knowledge of the Australian airports sector, having previously held the position of Deputy CEO and Chief Financial Officer of Australia Pacific Airports Corporation for 15 years, which operated Melbourne and Launceston Airports.  In addition to his role as Advisory Group member of Infradebt, Kirby is a Non-Executive Director of Eastern Health – Victoria’s second largest public hospital network as well as providing advice to a range of small and medium size businesses.

Kirby is Chartered Accountant and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company of Directors. He has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto.

Mark Clough - Advisory Group

Mark Clough is an experienced investment and financial services professional, having addressed the funding needs of large infrastructure and real estate projects and businesses over more than 25 years from the perspectives of an advisor, originator/sponsor, lender/investor and tier one contractor. Having held senior positions at Baulderstone/Lend Lease and other large financial institutions, Mark has extensive experience in social infrastructure, having advised on a range of PPP and other construction/real estate projects. He currently advises governments, institutions and not-for-profits on predominantly social infrastructure, renewable energy and socially responsible transactions.

Mark is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Finsia, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mathematics/Statistics from University of Technology Sydney as well as post-graduate actuarial, applied finance and investment qualifications.