John Walker, Chair
John Walker was appointed Chair of InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. on 15 January 2016. John is Executive Chairman of Infrastructure, Utilities and Renewables Asia for Macquarie Capital and also Chairman of Macquarie Group of Companies, Korea. In 2015 he was appointed as the Chairman of Macquarie Project Services for Middle East and Asia. In 2000, John established Macquarie’s Korean business with only 3 staff. This business now has over 300 staff and is the largest foreign asset manager in Korea. Having started with a focus on infrastructure advisory business, it now comprises 12 businesses with 7 funds, with a total value of infrastructure assets invested of over $A8 billion in Korea and Internationally. Under John’s leadership over the past two years, Macquarie has significantly expanded its presence in infrastructure throughout the region with roles in many emerging and developed market PPPs, M&A and unlisted and listed capital raisings. In this period Macquarie has advised on the largest ever hostile-takeover defence in Hong Kong and the largest cross border M&A into Australia and closed the first ever Philippines Infrastructure fund.
John has held a number of CEO positions in Government in Australia and led a number of large private infrastructure projects there. He became a Member of the Order of Australia in 1999 for services to economic reform and the design of the transportation plan for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. He has also received a Presidential citation in Korea for his contribution to the development of Korean capital markets. John’s community involvement includes raising funds to support refugees and environmental organisations through his published children’s books and two music albums.
Mike Chilton, Non-Executive Director

Mike Chilton was appointed Non-Executive Director of InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. on 1 April 2018. He currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG).

Prior to PIDG, Mike served as the Finance Director at Cenkos Securities, a UK-listed institutional stockbroker. Before that, he was the Finance and Risk Director at NS&I (National Savings & Investments). Mike spent a number of years at PwC in the financial services practice. Mike’s career also includes 10 years at Standard Chartered, where he held roles including Chief Financial Officer for the Africa Region and Group Head of Operational Risk.

Amy Lee, Non-Executive Director
Amy Lee was appointed Non-Executive Director of InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. on 1 January 2016. Amy is currently a consultant with Singapore boutique law firm, Tan Kok Quan Partnership. Amy specialises in advising private and public market participants on infrastructure developments and government advisory transactions across Asia. Prior to joining Tan Kok Quan Partnership, Amy was the CEO of the Singapore office of international law firm, Hogan Lovells.
Amy’s extensive experience includes advising on the redevelopment of the Singapore National Stadium—the flagship and demonstration project under the Singapore government’s PPP initiative and the world’s largest sports infrastructure PPP project. She also advised on the first successful state-owned toll road divestment in China and the development of the Bandar Lampung water treatment and distribution PPP project—the first water PPP project under the PPP-supporting legal and regulatory framework in Indonesia, to name a few. Amy holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the National University of Singapore.
Clive Turton, Non-Executive Director
Clive Turton was appointed Non-Executive Director of InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. on 1 September 2014.  Clive is currently Managing Director (Asia Pacific) APR Energy, a fast-track IPP energy provider based in Singapore.  Prior to this, Clive was Head of Corporate Finance and Head of the Utilities and Infrastructure sector for ING Bank in Asia, while based in Hong Kong and Singapore.  Clive is highly regarded as an infrastructure sector professional in Asia and possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience across project development, financing and capital transactions.
He has been involved in a large number of Asia’s major power transactions as advisor, financier or developer during his 20-year career, including some of Asia’s largest cross-border M&A transactions.  Clive was also involved in the privatisation of electricity networks and assets in a number of Asian geographies including Singapore, Philippines, Korea and Thailand.  At APR Energy, Clive has developed the business into one of Asia’s fastest growing power companies, including recent transactions in South East Asia and the Pacific and including one of Myanmar’s largest thermal power projects. Prior to APR Energy and ING Bank, Clive worked as Business Development Director for Mirant Asia Pacific and as a lawyer for Clayton Utz in Sydney and for Gide Loyrette Nouel in Paris.  He has Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (Hons.) degrees from the Australian National University.
Keith Palmer, Founder, Former Chairman
Keith is the “intellectual architect” of the InfraCo model and was founder Chairman of InfraCo Africa and InfraCo Asia Development.  Keith previously held the position of Vice Chairman of Rothschild, the international investment bank.  He was formerly founder Chairman of  the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund and a board member of GuarantCo, both facilities within the Private Infrastructure Development Group.  Keith is founder of CEPA, a consulting company that is active in infrastructure development in Africa and he also served as its Chairman.  He is also founder and Chairman of AgDevCo, an agriculture project development company.
Earlier in his career, he worked at the World Bank, the IMF, as a contract public servant in the Ministry of Finance in Papua New Guinea and as an advisor to the Ministry of Water, Energy and Minerals in Tanzania.  He has particular expertise in restructuring and privatisation, public-private partnerships and public sector reform.  He has worked extensively in the natural resources and utilities, physical infrastructure, education and health sectors.
Keith is also the founder and Chair of Trustees of Enterprise for Development (EfD), a charity established to support socially and environmentally responsible private enterprise and social enterprise with the aim of reducing poverty in low-income developing countries.  He was awarded an OBE for contributions to economic development overseas and an Honorary Doctorate honoris causa by the University of Birmingham for contributions to public life.
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