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John M. Green John M. Green i(A134561 works by) (a.k.a. John Green; Green John Martin)
Born: Established: 1952 ;
Gender: Male
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John M. Green has been a director, investor and writer. In addition to The Centre for Independent Studies, he has been director of the Macquarie Group Foundation and the General Sir John Monash Foundation. He has also been a director of WorleyParsons Limited. Until August 2006, he was an investment banker at Macquarie Bank, where he was an executive director for 13 years. His professional career before investment banking was 17 years in law, including as a partner in two law firms. In past years, he was also a member of the ASX National Listings Committee and held a number of posts in the Securities Institute of Australia (now Finsia).

He is a well-known business writer and commentator and his writing has appeared in a variety of publications in Australia and overseas including: The Australian, The Australian Financial Review, Company Director, Business Spectator, The Age, The Bulletin, and the UK's Financial Times.

In 2008 he took over sponsorship of the Walkley Award for newspaper feature writing and announced plans to establish Pantera Press, a publishing company for mass market fiction. Green has written novels in the thriller genre.

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