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== Background ==
== Background ==
Elstone served as CEO and managing director of the [[Australian Securities Exchange]] ([[ASX]]), from its formation in July 2006, until 2011.<ref>{{cite web|org=ASX|url=http://www.asx.com.au/about/pdf/annual_report_2007.pdf|name=Annual Report 2007|date=December 12, 2007}}</ref>
Elstone served as CEO and managing director of the [[Australian Securities Exchange]] ([[ASX]]), from its formation in July 2006 until 2011.<ref>{{cite web|org=ASX|url=http://www.asx.com.au/about/pdf/annual_report_2007.pdf|name=Annual Report 2007|date=December 12, 2007}}</ref>


He was managing director and CEO of the Sydney Futures Exchange (which merged with the Australian stock exchange to form the Australian Securities Exchange) from 2000 to 2006.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://search.ft.com/ftArticle?queryText=robert+elstone&y=10&aje=true&x=19&id=060614001887&ct=0|org=Financial Times|name=Sydney Futures chief to head merged exchange|date=December 12, 2007}}</ref>
He was managing director and CEO of the Sydney Futures Exchange (which merged with the Australian stock exchange to form the Australian Securities Exchange) from 2000 to 2006.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://search.ft.com/ftArticle?queryText=robert+elstone&y=10&aje=true&x=19&id=060614001887&ct=0|org=Financial Times|name=Sydney Futures chief to head merged exchange|date=December 12, 2007}}</ref>

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Robert Elstone
Occupation Non-executive Director
Employer Westpac
Website asx.com.au

Robert Elstone is a non-executive director at Westpac, an Australian bank.[1][2]

Background[edit]

Elstone served as CEO and managing director of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), from its formation in July 2006 until 2011.[3]

He was managing director and CEO of the Sydney Futures Exchange (which merged with the Australian stock exchange to form the Australian Securities Exchange) from 2000 to 2006.[4]

He was previously CFO of Pioneer International and Air New Zealand, and a non-executive director of National Australia Bank.

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