Sean Wynne
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Sean Wynne

Crown Infrastructure Partners

Deputy CEO, bulk housing infrastructure

  • Appointed April 2010.
  • Former CEO of twenty4media, an out-of-home media business that operates television networks for banks and airlines in Australasia.
  • Previously CEO of INL, responsible for selling the company’s publishing interests to Fairfax Media for $1.25 billion and for the company’s $2.5b merger with Sky Television.
  • Earlier with Saturn Communications and TelstraSaturn.
  • Has an LLB from Victoria University.


TelstraSaturn Limited
Director Sales and Marketing
Dec 2000 - Dec 2002
Independent Newspapers Limited
Chief Executive, General Counsel & Company Secretary
Dec 2002 - Oct 2005
Chief Executive
May 2006 - Mar 2010
Crown Fibre Holdings
Chief Commercial Officer
Mar 2010 - Present
Crown Infrastructure Partners
Deputy CEO-Bulk Housing Infrastructure
Jan 2018 - Present

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