Korn Ferry
Robert Webster

Robert Webster

Head of Board Services

Sydney

Before joining Korn Ferry in 2001 Mr Webster spent five years as Executive Director of the International Banks and Securities Association of Australia.

Prior to his financial sector experience, Mr Webster spent over a decade in politics. He was an elected MP for Goulburn in 1984 and became a Minister in the Greiner government in January 1989. In May 1991, he was elected to the Legislative council of New South Wales (NSW).

His ministerial portfolios included Planning, Housing and Property Services, Family and Community Services, Energy, State Development, Tourism, Administrative Services and Transport.

Some of Mr Webster's ministerial achievements include the redevelopment of Homebush Bay for the Sydney 2000 Olympics, the commercialisation of electricity authorities in NSW and corporatisation of the Sydney Water Board into the Sydney Water Corporation.

Mr Webster holds various directorships. He is a Director of Brickworks Ltd and the Greater Sydney Local Land Services board. He is also a Justice of the Peace.

 

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