Melanie Hay

Melanie joined Viburnum as an Investment Director in 2008. Melanie is responsible for managing all stages of the investment process, from the initial due diligence of investment opportunities, structuring of transactions, through to execution of the documentation, management of the Investee companies and the subsequent exit. Melanie has considerable experience in Private Equity transactions. Prior to joining Viburnum, Melanie held the position of Senior Investment Manager in ANZ's Private Equity division, ANZ Capital. Located in Perth, Melanie worked on several expansion capital and management buyout transactions, including the investment in Nomad Building Solutions Ltd in Western Australia, which was one of the ANZ Capital's most successful investments. She was an inaugural member of ANZ Capital's Private Equity Management Committee which was established to oversee all proposed Private Equity transactions throughout Australia and New Zealand. She has a broad industry background, having analysed investment opportunities across a range of manufacturing, services, wholesale and retail businesses. Prior to joining ANZ Capital, Melanie had a ten year career as an economist, most recently as Senior Economist for ANZ, with the key responsibility of developing detailed economic and financial forecasts on the Australian economy. In this role, Melanie was a regular economic commentator on Sky News, Channel Seven, Lateline and ABC News. She has also previously worked as an economist for the National Australia Bank and the Commonwealth Treasury. Also a Perth native, Melanie was educated at University of Western Australia BEc (Hons) and Macquarie University (MAppFin).
Bio last updated 15 Jul 2015

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