The Federal Government has confirmed the appointment of Jillian Broadbent as the chair of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) Board for a five-year term. Also announced were the appointments of Michael Carapiet, Ian Moor, Anna Karbek and Andrew Stock as the inaugural members of the Board.


Ms Broadbent brings extensive experience in banking to the new role, having been made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2003 for her services to the economic and financial development of the country. Ms Broadbent is currently a member of the Board of the Reserve Bank, having held that role for over 14 years.


Mr Carapiet recently retired from a 22-year career as an investment banker in Macquarie Bank, where he headed the investment banking divisionof Mcquarie Capital and became executive chair in 2010.


Mr Moore brings over two decades of experience in the banking and fiancne sectors, having served at Banker’s Trust for the majority of his career in the sector.


Ms Skarbek is the executive director of ClimateWorks Australia. Before this, she worked in London's carbon markets, as vice president at Climate Change Capital a specialist investment manager and advisor dedicated to raising and deploying capital for low carbon activities.


Mr Stock recently retired after a long career at Origin Energy. As executive general manager, major development projects and an Australia Pacific LNG director, he was responsible for Origin's major capital projects in upstream petroleum, power generation, and low-emissions technology businesses.