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The Australian's Competitive Advantage Forum in Partnership with BHP

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A conversation with Jac Nasser - insights from a global Australian.

Join Jac Nasser, BHP Chairman in conversation with The Australian's Senior Business Writer John Durie, for the opportunity to hear from a man who has risen to the top in some of the toughest and most competitive businesses.

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Thursday 29 June 2017
12pm for 12.30pm to 2pm
Ivy Ballroom Level 1, 320 George Street Sydney

* Ticket price includes a 2 course plated lunch


Jac Nasser, Chairman, BHP

Jacques Nasser is the Chairman of BHP . He has been a member of the Board of BHP since 2006. He also presently serves on the Boards of 21st Century Fox, Koç Holdings, and the International Advisory Board of Allianz.

Following a 33-year global career with Ford Motor Company, Mr. Nasser served as a member of the Board of Directors, and as President and Chief Executive Officer of Ford from 1998-2001. He has also served on the Boards of Brambles Industries and News Corporation's British Sky Broadcasting and as a Partner of One Equity Partners, the private equity investment arm of JPMorgan Chase.

Mr. Nasser graduated in Business from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, which has also awarded him a Doctorate of Technology honoris causa. In recognition of his work for industry, as an adviser to government, and for education in the area of technology, he has been awarded an Order of Australia and a Centenary Medal. Mr. Nasser has also received the Order of the Cedar from Lebanon. In 2008 he received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor for outstanding contributions to American Society.

John Durie, Senior Writer & Columnist, The Australian

John joined The Australian in July 2007 as business columnist after a 20 year career with the Australian Financial Review. He was the AFR’s Chanticleer columnist for a total of 13 years and the founding writer of the paper’s Street Talk column. John was The Australian’s New York correspondent from 1989 to 1992, serving also as a New York business correspondent for The Times of London. He was the Paris based European correspondent for the AFR in 1984-85 after starting his career in the paper’s Canberra press gallery bureau in 1980.



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