Usman Pervaiz
Want to update the information? Click here

Usman Pervaiz

KiwiRail

Chief corporate affairs officer

  • Oversees innovation and strategic growth functions. Resignation announced October 2021.
  • General manager strategy and corporate development 2016-2017.
  • Business experience in Asia, Australia and NZ in logistics and supply chain, energy, construction and engineering design and consultancy.
  • Previously worked with EnergyAustralia, Downer, Jacobs and Parsons Brinckerhoff.
  • Professional engineer with qualifications in civil engineering, environmental engineering, sustainable development and an MBA.

Career

Downer Group
General Manager Growth and Development
Aug 2009 - Dec 2011
Downer Group
Business Development Leader
Jan 2012 - May 2015
KiwiRail
General Manager Strategy, Sustainability and Corporate Development
May 2015 - Dec 2017
EnergyAustralia
Head of Partnerships and Commercial Delivery
Jan 2017 - Jun 2019
KiwiRail
Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Group General Manager Innovation, Strategy and Growth
Jul 2019 - Present

Discover the public sector and its key players

Type a person or government entity

Our sponsors

Discover the investigation

Can we build it? NZ spends more and gets less

NZ is one of the least efficient high-income countries at delivering infrastructure – just look at light rail.

BREAKING: Ashley Bloomfield stepping down

Ashley Bloomfield is stepping down as the omicron outbreak starts to fade and ahead of major health system reform implementation.

Three waters rains millions for big four consultants

The government doesn't have the in-house capacity for a reform programme as big as three waters.

Fisheries inspections less frequent, more targeted

The Ministry for Primary Industries is making 1,000 fewer annual inspections, but GPS tracking makes them more targeted.

Clive Hudson: SFO fraud hunter

Meet the man trailing the money on the country's largest fraud cases.

MIQ review: A system constrained

The number of people going through MIQ dropped by 30% in 2021 as a series of decisions reduced capacity.

Made with support from
Markets market close
Positive earnings lift NZ sharemarket
Dan Brunskill | Fri, 20 May 2022

The NZ market was one of the few climbing markets as investors in other parts of the world worried about the risk of a global recession.

Law & Regulation
Unlawful collection of Companies Office fees fixed under urgency
Ian Llewellyn | Fri, 20 May 2022

The Companies Office's administration of fees may have saved costs, but the problem is it was against the law.

Markets FREE
Brian Gaynor: legacy of a towering financial figure
Brenda Ward | Fri, 20 May 2022

At his funeral in Auckland, family, friends and colleagues of Brian Gaynor recalled a passionate man who had the confidence and courage to back his sometimes controversial opinions.