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Barrenjoey looks to lift women on board after O’Dwyer appointment – Sydney Morning Herald

The investment banking startup said it would appoint two more women as directors in the coming weeks, which will leave its board with 40 per cent female representation….

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Investment banking startup Barrenjoey Capital Partners has appointed former federal government minister Kelly ODwyer and its general counsel Annette Spencer as directors, as it seeks to raise the number of women on its board.
The fast-growing Barrenjoey also confirmed on Monday that former UBS boss Matthew Grounds will be its executive chairman, working alongside another ex-UBS banker Guy Fowler, as foreshadowed last week.
Former Federal MP Kelly ODwyer has joined the board of Barrenjoey. Credit:Alex…

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