Graham Mitchell
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Graham Mitchell

Crown Infrastructure Partners

Chief executive

  • Previously CEO of Cogent Communications.
  • Previously headed US telecommunications venture Optical WDM OEM.
  • During ten years at Telecom NZ held senior positions including group GM of business, wholesale and network services and GM of the internet and directories division, both in Australia.
  • Corporate finance experience derived from roles with Telecom, Brierley Investments, Electricity Corporation and Transpower.


Aug 2004 - May 2008
Cogent Communciations
Jul 2007 - Sep 2009
Strategic Associates
Oct 2009 - Dec 2009
Crown Fibre Holdings
Jan 2010 - Jul 2017
Crown Infrastructure Partners
Jul 2017 - Present

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