Miller is remembered as a heavy hitter in the early days of Macquarie Infrastructure, leading more than $100 billion of transport infrastructure, energy and utilities deals including the $7 billion sale of Queensland Motorways, the Port of Brisbane, the Victorian desalination plant and the sale of ConnectEast in 2011.
Secen was his key lieutenant, acting as head of infrastructure, utilities and renewables at Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets (MIRA).
Since retiring from the bank in 2015, Miller has headed up Victoria’s independent infrastructure body, advising the state government on its infrastructure needs and putting together long-term strategies. He’s also acted as vice chairman of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and JPMorgan and a director at Household Capital.
Secen left Macquarie in 2018 and has spent five years as a managing director at Asia Pacific infrastructure developer and investor Equis Development.