The Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC) is pleased to announce the appointment of the Hon. Bob McMullan to the Board of Governors.
“With a long and distinguished career in the Australian Parliament, including key Ministerial Portfolios such as Trade and International Development Assistance, Bob brings a rich experience and insight to the challenges and opportunities in our region,” said Bob Lyon, FDC Chairman. “He has a keen interest in economic development and Australia’s role in the Asia-Pacific region and we look forward to the thoughtful perspectives he will bring to the work of FDC.”
Mr. McMullan is an Visiting Fellow at Crawford School of Public Policy and the Development Policy Centre and recently served as Executive Director to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and as a member of the high-level Advisory Group on Climate Change Financing.
The Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC) is an independent Australian foundation making a distinctive contribution to building prosperity in developing countries in the Asia Pacific region by pursuing initiatives that reduce poverty and promote equitable growth. FDC achieves this by researching, piloting and promoting development initiatives that are market-based and innovative, drawing on the collective skills, knowledge and resources of organisations from across the public, private, NGO and academic sectors. Established in 1990, FDC has its head office in Brisbane.