Chairman & CEO, Intrasia Capital
Chairman, Singapore Mining Club
Graeme Robertson has spent much of his life in Asia engineering growth in developing nations. He has been responsible for pioneering and managing world-class and global mining, energy and infrastructure operations.
A graduate of the University of New South Wales, Graeme has been the developer and President Director of PT Adaro Indonesia, the largest open cut coal mine in the Southern Hemisphere with a current market capitalisation of USD9.4 billion and PT Indonesia Bulk Terminal, international bulk port operations in Indonesia. Graeme has extensive experience in developing successful operations in emerging economies. As a former Director of Australia’s fourth oldest public company Washington H. Soul Pattinson & Co., and Managing Director to 2005 of New Hope Corporation Limited (current market capitalisation of AUD4.5 billion), he brings expertise in corporate governance and international vision. More recently, he has turned his attention to Tanzania and Malawi as Executive Chairman of Intra Energy Corporation with subsidiary coal mining and power development interests. He believes that Tanzania reflects the “New Africa” and that coal resources will provide the engine for electricity growth and industrialisation in the region.
A humanitarian, Graeme is a Trustee of the Indonesian Humanitarian Foundation (YKI) based in Bali and Deputy Chairman of the John Fawcett Foundation, a charitable organisation based in Perth, Australia.