Appointed Pacific Partnerships Managing Director in 2021. Simon has more than 20 years’ experience in transport and social infrastructure projects with a track record of leading successful teams and delivering major infrastructure projects under traditional and PPP structures.
Simon’s engineering and technical expertise spans strategy, development and operations phases of both transport (including heavy rail, metro, light rail and freight) and social infrastructure projects. In particular this experience includes PPP projects such as Canberra Light Rail, Cross River Rail, Regional Rail Fleet Program and Waikeria Corrections Treatment Facility.
Prior to joining Pacific Partnerships, Simon worked with companies including John Holland, SERCO, Downer and Alstom Transport.
Deputy Managing Director
MSc (InfFin), MSc (PrjMgmt), B.S & M.S (CivEng)
Appointed as Pacific Partnerships Deputy Managing Director in early 2017. Cristobal has more than 17 years’ international experience in public private partnerships, infrastructure and finance.
Cristobal has previously worked at Iridium, South Europe Infrastructure Equity Fund, and Equity & Debt Advisers, developing and managing infrastructure assets including equity and funding solutions. He has also held various Board directorships for special purpose vehicle companies in Europe, South Africa and Australia.
Executive General Manager Development
Appointed Pacific Partnerships Executive General Manager Development in 2021. Chris has been with CIMIC Group for 12 years and with Pacific since its inception in 2014.
Chris has experience across a diverse range of infrastructure sectors including roads, rail, prisons, schools, hospitals, defence and energy. He is responsible for managing Pacific’s projects from procurement inception through to financial close.
Executive General Manager, Operations
BEng (Civil), Post Grad Qualifications in Business Administration and Applied Finance
Appointed Pacific Partnerships Executive General Manager, Operations in 2016. Graham has more than 25 years’ experience in delivering major infrastructure projects around Australia and internationally, including 15 years specialising in PPPs.
experience across a diverse range of projects including rail, motorways,
hospitals, prisons, schools
and transport hubs. He is responsible for Pacific Partnerships’ assets
in Australia and New Zealand, including PPP and BOOT projects.
previously Managing Director of Bilfinger RE Asset Management’s Australian
Chief Financial Officer
BCom (Hons, UNSW), LLB (UNSW), GAICD
Appointed Pacific Partnerships Chief Financial Officer in 2018. Jeremy has more than 15 years’ experience in finance and infrastructure originations with a focus on greenfield infrastructure and PPPs.
Jeremy has been with Pacific Partnerships since its formation and with the CIMIC Group for over nine years arranging debt finance and investing equity in the Group's projects. Prior to joining CIMIC Group, he was an Associate Director in the Infrastructure Originations team at Hastings Funds Management and Westpac.
Appointed as Pacific Partnerships General Counsel and Company Secretary in 2014 Fiona established the company’s legal function and corporate structure.
Fiona has worked with
CIMIC Group since 2011, previously assisting in the Group’s strategic
review/corporate restructure and various Mergers & Acquisitions transactions,
including the divestment of non-core businesses and assets.
Prior to joining
CIMIC Group, Fiona worked in private practice in top tier firms, working in
general commercial, corporate and private Mergers & Acquisitions transactions
and infrastructure consortium work.