Graeme Barclay has over 30 years of international business experience in professional services, broadcast and telecommunications. He also has extensive knowledge of business in the communications services, technology and infrastructure markets.
Mr Barclay was the group chief executive of Broadcast Australia group for 11 years, following three years as chief financial officer and chief operating officer, retiring in April 2013. In his time with Broadcast Australia, the business grew domestically and expanded internationally, and diversified into private networks, transit location communications and data centre operation and managed hosting services.
From July 2010 to September 2013 Mr Barclay was chair of Transit Wireless LLP, which has the exclusive rights to install and operate cellular and Wi-Fi systems in the New York subway. From 2002 to 2009, he was an executive director in Macquarie Group's infrastructure team and was involved in several acquisitions and capital raising transactions for the then listed Macquarie Communications Infrastructure Group. From 2014 to 2018, he was chair of the Nextgen Group that successfully divested the Nextgen Networks and Metronode data-centre businesses in 2016 and 2018 respectively.
He is also chair of Uniti Group, chief executive of Axicom Holdings, and a non-executive director of BSA.