Ticky Fullerton leaves The Australian for new CEO role

Ticky Fullerton has announced that she will graduate as Editor at Large from The Australian Business Survey as she takes up her new role as Chief Executive Officer at the Australian British Chamber of Commerce.

Current CEO, David McCredie AM OBE will complete his tenure with the organization on March 1 when Fullerton takes over.

Fullerton currently serves as Director of the New South Wales Chamber and has been a board member for seven years.

Fullerton wrote on LinkedIn, “I am very excited to be working with the Chamber’s outstanding team and to build on the tremendous work AM OBE CEO David McCredie has done to transform the Chamber from a minnow to a powerful advocate over 13 years is in the Australia-UK relationship today.

“Thank you to the board of directors chaired by Andrew Low for being appointed to such an important role. I am very excited to work with you all on the future strategy.”

After working as Sky News business editor, as an investigative reporter four cornersand as a political reporter in Canberra before joining The AustralianFullerton has been Editor-at-Large for the newspaper’s business section since January 2021.

“To my colleagues at The Australian, Thank you very much. It was wonderful to be surrounded by fearless journalists and adults who enriched my thinking and an exceptional opportunity to spend time with leaders in business, politics and other fields,” Fullerton wrote.

“Kudos and congratulations to Editor-in-Chief Michelle Gunn in her new role. Thank you for your support in taking on this new challenge that I am so passionate about.”

Commenting on Fullerton’s appointment, Andrew Low, Chairman of the Australia-British Chamber of Commerce said: “After a decade in investment banking in both the UK and Australia and many years as a thought leader, Ticky will bring to her leadership role extensive experience and connections as one of the most respected business journalists of the country.

“The Australian British Chamber of Commerce now has more than 330 members covering all areas of Australia’s engagement with the UK and has become an essential interface between government and business, particularly through its advocacy and involvement in the further development of the Free Trade Agreement between Australia and the UK, and in more recent partnerships such as AUKUS.”

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