Elizabeth Bryan was the first woman appointed to run a large financial institution in Australia, when, in 1992 she was hired as general manager of the $25 billion superannuation fund manager New South Wales State Super and Investment Management Corporation.
In 1996 she was appointed managing director of Axiom Funds Management, lifting its returns before it was sold to Deutsche Bank in 1997 for $ 240 million. After the Takeover, Bryan became chief executive of Deutsche Asset Management, overseeing $30 billion in funds and 350 staff until she resigned in 1999.
She is currently a non-executive director of two listed companies, Caltex Australia and Ridley Corporation, a Trustee of the $10 billion fund, Unisuper, and Chair of its Investment Committee, a non-executive director on the Boards of Guild Insurance and Financial Services Limited and St Hillier's Pty Ltd and Chair of the Institute for Health Research.
Elizabeth Bryan travels from New South Wales Australia
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