BAI Communications Australia today announced Lorene Hunt as its Chief Financial Officer, joining BAI’s Australian leadership team and reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer Peter Lambourne.
“I am pleased to welcome Lorene, her extensive knowledge and hands on experience across key financial disciplines will make an important contribution to BAI as we expand our service offering, accelerate growth, and enhance value for our customers,” said Mr Lambourne.
Ms Hunt comes to BAI with significant financial experience across various industries. Before joining BAI, she served as Commercial Director at Optus. In that role, Lorene was heavily involved in setting the strategic direction of the Networks team as well as providing a lead role in driving commercial best practice.
Prior to Optus, Lorene undertook senior finance roles in a number of organisations in New Zealand, including Head of Finance at GlaxoSmithKline, where she was responsible for building the finance organisation and its business systems, functions, and processes. Ms Hunt also worked for TelstraClear as Group Manager Risk Management, Compliance, and Financial Services with responsibility for independent risk and compliance reviews of business areas and processes in addition to supporting the company’s financial strategy and planning.
“I am delighted to join BAI Communications”, says Hunt “BAI has unique strengths, a strong business model, and a proud history. I look forward to working closely with my team to execute on the company’s strategic objectives and investment plans.”
About BAI Communications
BAI Communications designs, builds, and operates cellular, Wi-Fi, broadcast, radio, and IP networks around the world. We are engineering experts and technology innovators with proven experience in delivering the next wave of connectivity solutions through long-term partnerships with broadcasters, transit operators, governments, and MNOs. As a leading communications infrastructure provider, BAI’s neutral host solutions connect people, enrich communities and advance economies. Our global operations span Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and the US, where we have a majority stake in Transit Wireless.