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Interview with Pru Bennett

Interview with Pru Bennett, Chairman, National Foundation for Australia-China Relations

Our Advisory Board is headed by Chairman Pru Bennett, a senior business leader who lived in Hong Kong and has travelled extensively through China. Currently a Partner in the global strategic advisory firm Brunswick Group, Ms Bennett previously served as Managing Director and Head of Investment Stewardship for the Asia-Pacific region for BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager. Hear what she has to say about her China story and her vision for the Foundation. 

Watch the interview here

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