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Fabienne Michaux

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Fabienne Michaux

Professor of Practice, Deakin Business School
Principal, Petrichor Consulting Services Pty Ltd
Board Member, KAGE Physical Theatre Association Inc.
Board Member, The Song Room
Chair, Market Building Working Group, Australian Advisory Board to the G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce
Advisory Board Member, Deakin Business School
Non Executive Director , Housing Choices Australia

Current Positions

Professor of Practice, Deakin Business School
Principal, Petrichor Consulting Services Pty Ltd
Board Member, KAGE Physical Theatre Association Inc.
Board Member, The Song Room
Chair, Market Building Working Group, Australian Advisory Board to the G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce
Advisory Board Member, Deakin Business School
Non Executive Director , Housing Choices Australia

Previous Positions

Head of Developed Markets Asia-Pacific, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Australia/New Zealand Country Head, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Chair, Victorian Sub-Committee, Women in Banking and Finance
National Executive Committee Member, Women in Banking and Finance
General Manager, Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Ratings, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Service
National Committee Member, Australian Securitisation Forum
Chief Credit Officer, Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Ratings, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services

Fabienne (Fab) was until recently Head of Developed Markets Asia-Pacific and Australia/New Zealand Country Head for Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. Fab has held numerous roles in her 20+ year career with S&P Ratings, including most recently as Chief Credit Officer Asia-Pacific (2012-2014), Structured Finance Regional Practice Leader Asia-Pacific (2005-2012), and a member of S&P Ratings’ Global Change Leadership Team (2009-2012).

Fab also chairs the Market Building Working Group of the Australian Advisory Board to the G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce, is the Chair of KAGE Physical Theatre Inc. – a contemporary dance company based in Melbourne, and is a board member of the Song Room – a national not-for-profit delivering arts education into disadvantaged schools across Australia.

Between 2013 and 2014, Fab was a National Committee member for Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF) and the inaugural chair of WiBF’s Victorian Sub-Committee, establishing WiBF’s presence in Victoria. Between 2000 and 2010, she as a National Committee member on the Australian Securitisation Forum, and subsequently awarded a fellow in 2013.

Fab holds a Bachelor’s degree (with Distinction) in Economics and Finance from RMIT and a diploma in Treasury Management from the Australian Society of Corporate Treasurers (later the Finance and Treasury Association). She is also a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Areas of Expertise

Business Business and Government, Domestic Economy, Global Economy, Property, Social and Environmental Responsibility, Women in Business
Finance Credit Services, Finance and Government, Social Investment
Not for Profit Art and Culture, Education, Employment and Training

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