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yelansary Yasser El-Ansary (Member since: 12/05/2011 2:38:56 AM)
As General Manager of Leadership & Quality at the Institute, I'm responsible for leading the Institute’s public policy team across a wide variety of disciplines dealing with major issues that impact businesses and the broader economy. I work closely with the federal government and its agencies on policy and administration matters, as well as other regulatory bodies both within Australia and abroad. Prior to my current role I was the Institute's Tax Counsel. I've held previous positions with Australand Holdings Limited, PwC, the federal department of the Treasury and Rio Tinto Limited.

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