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Brad Haynes

Brad Haynes

Senior Managing Director & Chief Client Strategist

Brad Haynes is a Senior Managing Director with Teneo in Australia, leading strategy, CEO and C-suite client advice, and business development. Brad has over 20 years’ experience spanning senior government and corporate leadership and advisory roles.

Brad was the Senior Adviser to the Foreign Minister of Australia and responsible for North Asia, trade and economic issues, general policy development and business liaison. At Chevron for over a decade, he worked across Australia, the United States, the Middle East and Asia in senior roles covering country entry and political risk management, policy advocacy, strategic communications, stakeholder engagement, research and social investment. During this period, he supported key upstream and midstream assets, gas marketing, new ventures and business development.

As Rio Tinto’s Vice President of Corporate Relations in Asia and Australia he managed corporate affairs functional activities across these regions. He also served on Rio Tinto’s Group senior leadership teams for Iron Ore, Australia and Corporate Relations and was a director of its pastoral companies. He is a visiting fellow at the Perth US-Asia Centre. He has a Masters in Philosophy in International Relations from the University of Cambridge and completed the General Management Program at the Harvard Business School.

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