Tony Berg AM
Tony joined Gresham in 2000 and is a Director of Gresham and Chairman of the Investment Committee of Gresham Property.
Between 1970 and 1972 Tony worked with Loeb Rhoades & Co. in New York, and in 1972 joined Hill Samuel Australia becoming Managing Director in 1984.
When Hill Samuel became Macquarie Bank in 1985, he was appointed its first Managing Director and CEO.
In 1994 Tony was appointed Managing Director and CEO of Boral Limited, and retired in February 2000 when the Company was split into two companies: Boral Limited and Origin Energy Limited.
He is also a Director of Kaplan Partners Limited. He was a director of ING Australia Limited and ING Australia Bank, and Chairman of both for some time. Tony is a member of the University of NSW Faculty of Business Advisory Council.
Tony is Chairman of Jawun, Corporate Indigenous Partnerships and a Director of Djarragun College, an indigenous school near Cairns.
Tony has served as a Council Member of The National Gallery of Australia and is a Director of The National Gallery of Australia Foundation Board. He was a director of Musica Viva Australia from 1983-2000, of The Sydney Institute from 1993-97, a Member of the Board of Management of the Australian Graduate School of Management from 1991-98 and 2004-06, and a Member of the Australia Council from 1978-82.
Tony graduated from the University of Sydney with an Honours degree in Economics, and received an MBA with High Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Management.