BAI Communications Australia today announced the appointment of Emma McCormack as General Counsel, joining BAI’s Australian leadership team and reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer Peter Lambourne.
“I am thrilled to welcome Emma and look forward to the external perspective and informed legal opinion that she will bring to our team. Her breadth of experience and business knowledge are both relevant and pertinent to BAI as we continue to grow our business and expand our service offering.”
“BAI Communications Australia now has a new senior executive team in place and is well poised to deliver on our strategy,” said Mr. Lambourne.
Emma joins BAI from her role as Executive Manager, Strategic Transactions at the National Broadband Network (NBN). Ms McCormack previously held positions as Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel, Strategy & Technology at NBN, where she played an integral role in strategic projects including the commercial contractual arrangements between NBN and its key partners.
Prior to this, Emma was Senior Corporate Counsel at Network Ten in Sydney, having joined from Sky in the United Kingdom where she worked as Principal Legal Advisor.
“I’m delighted to be joining BAI Communications at such an exciting time for the company” Emma said. “I have long admired BAI for its integrity and vision and look forward to working with the team and external stakeholders on a range of legal matters as both the broadcast and telecommunications industries continue to evolve.”
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.