James Young
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James Young

Airways

Chief financial officer

  • Appointed July 2014.
  • Previously held leadership positions in the investment management industry in Tokyo, San Francisco and Hong Kong.
  • Experience in corporate planning, financial management, start-up companies, strategic outsourcing and stakeholder management.
  • Holds degrees in accounting and economics from Victoria University and is a chartered accountant.

Career

AXA
Manager, Finance and Operations, Senior Financial Accountant
Jul 1997 - Mar 2000
AXA Rosenberg
Global Chief Financial Officer
Feb 2003 - Dec 2006
AXA Investment Managers Asia Limited
COO / CFO (Asia Pacific)
Jan 2006 - Nov 2012
KPMG
Director
Apr 2013 - Jun 2014
Airways
Chief Financial Officer
Jul 2014 - Present

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