Senior leadership team

 

 

Anthony Burgess

Tony Burgess

Chief Executive Officer

Tony Burgess has over 30 years of experience in corporate finance in Melbourne, London and New York, and has advised on many major M&A and ECM transactions.  Tony was previously Global Co-Head of Mergers & Acquisitions at Deutsche Bank AG. In this role he was based in London and was a Member of the Executive Committee for the Global Banking Division. He joined Deutsche Bank in Australia in early 1998 and was Co-Head of Global Corporate Finance, Australia & New Zealand from 1998 to 2004 before relocating to London in 2004 to become European Head of Mergers & Acquisitions.

 


Charles Goode

Charles Goode AC

Chairman

Charles Goode has a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree from Melbourne University, an MBA from Columbia University, New York, and an Honorary Doctor of Law from the University of Melbourne and an Honorary Doctor of Law from Monash University. He was made a Companion of the Order of Australia in June 2001. In May 2003 he was awarded the Centenary Medal. He received the Melbourne Business School Award in 2006 and at the MBS Annual Alumni Dinner there is the Charles Goode Oration. 

 


Chris Leptos

Chris Leptos AM

Deputy Chairman

Chris Leptos has been a Senior Partner with KPMG, and Managing Partner Government at Ernst & Young where he had national responsibility for leading the public sector practice. He has conducted numerous reviews for State and Federal Governments, such as lead adviser on the creation of a competitive gas market in Victoria.

 


David Williamson

David Williamson

Deputy Chairman

David Williamson joined Flagstaff Partners in 2016 from Ashurst (previously Blake Dawson), where he has spent most of his 35 year career as a Corporate partner. In addition to leading that firm's Corporate practice for a number of years, David has been widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading M&A practitioners, having worked on some of Australia’s highest profile M&A deals, including for clients such as ANZ Bank and BHP Billiton. He is a member of Australia's Takeovers Panel.