Richard Goyder AO was the managing director of Wesfarmers from 2005 to 2017. Mr Goyder joined Wesfarmers in 1993, after working in various commercial roles at Tubemakers. He held a number of commercial positions in Wesfarmers' Business Development department, including as general manager. In 1999, Mr Goyder was appointed managing director of Wesfarmers Dalgety which subsequently became Wesfarmers Landmark, a position he retained until his appointment as finance director of Wesfarmers in 2002. He was appointed deputy managing director and chief financial officer of Wesfarmers Limited in May 2004 and became managing director and chief executive in July 2005. Mr Goyder joined the board of Wesfarmers in 2002 and is also a director of some of the group's subsidiaries. Mr Goyder is an Australian Football League Commissioner, a director of the Business Council of Australia and The University of Western Australia Business School Advisory Board. In February 2013, he was appointed chair of the Australian B20, the key business advisory body to the international economic forum which includes business leaders from all G20 economies. Mr Goyder was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in the 2013 Australia Day Honours for distinguished service to business through executive roles and through the promotion of corporate sponsorship of the arts and Indigenous programs, and to the community.
Bio last updated 30 Nov 2019
BNiQ Network Graph
Displaying all related organisations and their related contacts. Hover over a node to display a link to the BNiQ page for that person or organisation.
Access to our data for Richard Goyder is only available to paid subscribers with BNiQ access.
The BNiQ search engine is Western Australia's most accurate and comprehensive business listings and searchable database.
Richard Goyder is linked to 7 organisations which are included in 5 lists - Business News 30, Public Companies - Resources, Exporters, Arts & Cultural Organisations and Philanthropic Foundations.
To see the data you will need to subscribe.