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Chris Chapman

Mr Chapman was appointed Managing Director of Prime Infrastructure Management Limited in October 2003, having been initially appointed Chief Executive in August 2002. His previous CEO and public company experience includes roles with Excite@Home Australia, Stadium Australia and the Seven Network.

As the inaugural CEO of Excite@Home, Mr Chapman's team successfully introduced into Australia the award-winning, Optus@Home broadband service. While at Stadium Australia as CEO, he successfully oversaw the development of the Olympic stadium on budget, ahead of schedule and to international acclaim. Prior to this Mr Chapman was involved in senior management positions with the Seven Network (including Managing Director (Sydney) and Chief Operating Officer of the Network) and worked as a corporate lawyer at Mallesons Stephen Jaques following his tenure as Associate to the Cheif Justice of Australia.

Mr Chapman holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales. He is also a graduate of the Harvard Business School AMP Program.


Infrastructure upgrade needs dose of reality
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