Board and Management
Our dedicated employees drive our performance by delivering life-saving and life-improving therapies with an unwavering focus on helping many thousands of people live full lives. The CSL Board of Directors recognizes and appreciates that commitment to patients, and its role in ultimately enabling us to deliver on our obligations to all of our stakeholders.
The Board is responsible for the oversight and strategic direction of CSL. It monitors operational and financial performance, human resources policies and practices, and approves the company's budgets and business plans. It is also responsible for overseeing CSL's risk management, financial reporting and compliance framework. The Board has a formal charter documenting its membership, operating procedures and the appointment of responsibilities between the Board and management.
The Global Leadership Group is responsible for the day to day running of CSL.
Professor John Shine
Chairman of the Nomination Committee and a member of the Innovation and Development Committee
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Member of the Innovation and Development Committee
Chair of the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee and a member of the Innovation and Development Committee and the Nominations Committee
Chairman of the Audit and Risk Management Committee and a member of the Nomination Committee
Dr. Megan Clark
Member of the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee, the Innovation and Development Committee and the Nomination Committee
Member Innovation and Development Committee and the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee
Member of the Audit and Risk Management Committee, the Nomination Committee and the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee
Dr. Brian McNamee
Member of Innovation and Development Committee
Member of the Audit and Risk Management Committee, the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee, and the Nomination Committee
CSL Board Charter
The Board has established a number of standing committees as a mechanism for considering detailed issues and, where appropriate, making recommendations for consideration by the Board. These committees have charters setting out matters relevant to the composition, responsibilities and membership of each committee.