8:51 PM, 23°C PARTLY CLOUDY. Mon 22 Dec 2014(SYDNEY TIME)

Board of Directors


Max Moore-Wilton AC, BEc


Max was appointed as Chairman of ASX-listed Sydney Airport in 2006, having previously been the Executive Chairman of Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, the operator of Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport, from 2002.

Max is Chairman of Southern Cross Media Management Limited and a former Chairman of Airports Council International.

From 1996 Max was Secretary to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet where he oversaw fundamental reform to the Commonwealth Public Service. Max has had a distinguished career in both the private and public sectors. He has held positions as either chairman or board member of a number of major Commonwealth and State business enterprises, and has extensive experience in the transport sector.


Trevor Gerber, BAcc, CA


Trevor is chairman of the Sydney Airport Audit & Risk Committee and a director of ASX-listed Tassal Group Limited and CFS Retail Property Trust Group. 

He is a professional director and previously worked for Westfield Holdings Limited for 14 years as Group Treasurer and subsequently as Director of Funds Management responsible for Westfield Trust and Westfield America Trust.


Hon. Michael Lee, BSc, BE, FIE Aust


Michael is chairman of the Sydney Airport Safety, Security, Environment and Health Committee, a Director of ASX-listed DUET Finance Limited and chairman of Communications Alliance. 

Michael served in the Australian Parliament for 17 years, and held a number of senior positions in both government and opposition, including as Minister for Tourism, Communications and the Arts in the Keating Government. 


John Roberts, LLB


John is a Director of Macquarie Infrastructure Company, DEUT Group and Macquarie Atlas Roads Limited. He is also Chairman of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA), a division that has around $100 billion of assets under management. 

His previous roles within Macquarie Group include Head of Europe, Joint Head of Macquarie Capital Advisers, Global Head of Macquarie Capital Funds (prior to it being renamed MIRA) and Executive Chairman of Macquarie Funds Group.


Stephen Ward, LLB


Stephen is the chairman of the Sydney Airport Nomination and Remuneration Committee. He is a commercial partner of Simpson Grierson, one of New Zealand’s largest law firms. During most of the period from 1992 until 2012 Mr Ward was a member of Simpson Grierson’s board of management and he continues to be consulted by the firm on strategic issues.

Mr Ward is also a Director of Sovereign Assurance Company Limited, a trustee of the Life Flight Trust, a New Zealand charity, and a member of the New Zealand Rugby Union Appeal Council. 


Ann Sherry AO, BA, Grad Dip IR, FAICD, FIPAA, HonDLitt Macq


Ann is CEO of Carnival Australia, a division of Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest cruise ship operator which owns P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises, Cunard, Holland America, Seabourn and others which make up more than 70 per cent of the Australian and New Zealand cruise market. 

Ann is also a non-executive director of Jawun-Indigenous Corporate Partnerships, ING Direct (Australia), The Myer Family Company Holdings Pty Ltd and Australian Rugby Union, as well as Chair of Safe Work Australia and Deputy Chair of the Cruise Line Industry Association (CLIA) Australasia. She previously served as First Assistant Secretary, Office of the Status of Women in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, and was formerly the CEO of Bank of Melbourne and Westpac New Zealand.


Kerrie Mather BA, MComm

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

Kerrie has been the Chief Executive Officer of ASX-listed Sydney Airport since its inception in 2002.  In 2011 she also became Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, the operator of Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport.  She is a director on the world governing board of Airports Council International, Vice Chairman of the Tourism and Transport Forum, the peak body for tourism and transport advocacy in Australia, and a director on the Advisory Council of the University of NSW Australian School of Business.

Kerrie has more than 18 years of aviation sector experience, during which time she has worked in a number of international jurisdictions, and delivered major airport initiatives whilst serving on the boards of Brussels, Copenhagen, Rome, Bristol and Birmingham Airports.