Michelle Jablko

Two key Transurban leaders took up their new roles this week, with a third joining in a couple of weeks.

Michelle Jablko – Transurban’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Michelle Jablko has officially stepped into her role as CEO of Transurban Group.

Michelle joined Transurban in early 2021 as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In this role, she had a broad portfolio of responsibilities and played a strategic role in major projects and transactions. Prior to joining Transurban, she was CFO at ANZ for just under five years, following almost 20 years of experience in investment banking and commercial law.

“Michelle brings a balance of strong leadership, financial acumen, experience in complex transactions, a focus on building relationships with all stakeholders and a sharp strategic mind. “I have no doubt that this combination of skills and experience will mean that she is an excellent leader for this next phase of growth for Transurban.” 

Craig Drummond, Transurban Chair


Henry Byrne – Transurban’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Henry Byrne has also officially moved into his new role – as CFO of Transurban Group.

Henry joined Transurban in 2007 and has held multiple leadership roles, including across strategy, investor relations and asset management. He’s been a member of our Executive Committee since 2017 and was Group Executive, Victoria and Strategy prior to stepping into the CFO role.

“Henry has a wealth of knowledge and experience with the business, as well as strong internal and external stakeholder relationships. From his experience heading the Victorian market, leading strategy and investor relations and managing assets, Henry has a deep understanding of the strategic drivers of Transurban’s business.”

Michelle Jablko, Transurban CEO


Beau Memory - President of Transurban North America (starting 6 November)

Beau Memory has been appointed President of Transurban, North America and will join our business on Monday 6 November. Beau comes to us from the E-470 Public Highway Authority (Denver). As Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, he’s been overseeing the authority’s operations, financial management and project delivery – including its establishment of a new in-lane toll system.

Beau has also worked across the public and private sector including at the North Carolina Department of Transportation and at SAS.

“Beau brings a deep understanding of toll roads, the broader transport industry, strategy development and public policy. He has experience working with a variety of stakeholders including Federal and State legislators and various communities to deliver complex major projects and innovations that benefit customers.”

Michelle Jablko, Transurban CEO

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