Send your nominations to [email protected] with “Lobbyist Register” in the subject title.

We want full-time in-house lobbyists, government relations representatives, managers of corporate affairs, regulatory affairs directors – you name it – anyone charged with influencing government policy at the Federal level.

As a start here’s a random assortment of names across a number of sectors to get you thinking:

Media

  • Bruce Wolpe – Fairfax
  • Creina Chapman – News Ltd

Big Four accounting

  • Stephen Loosley – PWC
  • Grahame Morris – PWC
  • Greg Field – E&Y
  • Jon Stanford – Deloitte

Finance

  • Steven Munchenberg – NAB
  • Mary Easson – IAG
  • Diane Tate – Australian Bankers Association
  • Gerard Fitzpatrick – Financial Planners Association
  • Trevor Burns – Macquarie Bank

Peak industry bodies

  • Mitch Hooke, Brendan Pearson – Minerals Council of Australia
  • Bill McKinley – Australian Trucking Association
  • Michael Armitage – Health Insurance

Mining

  • James Singer – Comalco
  • Lyall Howard – Rio Tinto
  • Geoff Walsh – BHP

Broadcasting

  • Annabel Herd – 10
  • Julie Flynn – Free TV
  • Gary Dawson – ABC
  • Bruce Meagher – SBS
  • Deb Richards – pay TV
  • Kate Fitzgerald, Bridget Godwin – Seven
  • Scott Briggs – Nine

Agriculture

  • Robert Hadler – AWB
  • Martin Jones – CSR

Infrastructure

  • Sean Kennedy – Leighton Holdings

Religious

  • Colin Rubinstein – AIJAC
  • Jim Wallace – Australian Christian Lobby

Retail

  • Mark Triffitt – Wesfarmers

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