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The members of the CEFC Board at 30 June 2017 were:
Ms Broadbent has had a distinguished career in banking and business. A former member of the Reserve Bank of Australia Board, she is University of Wollongong Chancellor, Chair of the board of Swiss Re Life and Health Australia Limited and on the board of Woolworths Limited. Ms Broadbent received an Officer of the Order of Australia for services to economic and financial development in Australia and the community. Ms Broadbent was CEFC Chair from 7 August 2012 to 7 August 2017.
Mr Binsted has extensive experience in investment banking and other aspects of corporate financial advice. A former managing director and joint CEO of Lazard in Australia, he has held senior roles in investment banking, including with Citigroup Australia. Mr Binsted was a member of the Australian Financial Forum Panel of Experts into growing the Australian Financial Services Industry. He is also a former chairman of both the State Rail Authority of NSW and the Sydney Ports Corporation. Mr Binsted was appointed to the CEFC Board from 1 February 2013 for five years.
Mr Moore has extensive experience in investment banking, including senior roles with Bankers Trust, Challenger Infrastructure and Property Funds, and Artesian Capital Management. He was a member of the CEFC Expert Review Panel. Mr Moore was a member of the CEFC Board from 7 August 2012 to 7 August 2017.
Ms Skarbek is CEO of ClimateWorks Australia and has previously worked in investment banking in London and Australia, and as senior policy adviser to the Victorian Deputy Premier. She is a trustee of the Sustainable Melbourne Fund, a director of the Green Building Council of Australia and a member of the Grattan Institute Energy Program Reference Panel, the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists and the Vivid Economics Advisory Group. Ms Skarbek was a member of the CEFC Board from 7 August 2012 to 7 August 2017.
Mr Stock has extensive experience in the energy sector, including in senior management roles in electricity and gas, petroleum and petrochemical businesses in Australia and internationally. Mr Stock is a director of Horizon Oil Limited, and chair of the Energy Advisory Boards at Adelaide and Melbourne Universities. Mr Stock was a member of the CEFC Board from 7 August 2012 to 7 August 2017.
Mr Wilder is head of the Global Environmental Markets, Clean Energy and Climate Change practice at Baker & McKenzie. A Professor of Climate Change Law at the Australian National University, he chairs the Australian Renewable Energy Agency and is a director of the World Wildlife Fund (Australia) and the Climate Council. Mr Wilder chairs the NSW Climate Change Council, is a governing Board member of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership and is a member of the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists. Mr Wilder was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in recognition for service to environmental law, particularly in the area of climate change and to the community. Mr Wilder was appointed to the CEFC Board from 1 February 2013 for five years.