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Michael Pratt AM


Michael Pratt AM was appointed as the 27th Secretary of NSW Treasury and NSW Industrial Relations on 1 August 2017. The Treasury Cluster includes NSW Treasury, NSW Procurement, NSW Productivity Commission, NSW Small Business Commission, NSW Treasury Corporation, iCare (Insurance & Care NSW) and SAS Trustee Corporation. As Secretary, Michael is responsible for strategic management of the entirety of the State’s finances, budget, assets, liabilities and financial risk management framework and transformation.

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San Midha

Deputy Secretary, Policy and Budget Group

San Midha joined NSW Treasury in May 2016 and is the Deputy Secretary for the Policy & Budget Group (P&B). San’s Group is the primary manager of Treasury’s relationship with government agencies. The Group works collaboratively with agencies to ensure provision of high-quality advice on financial management, policy reform and resource allocation. This also includes delivery of the annual Budget, Half-Yearly Review and provision of advice on agency policy and budget matters to Cabinet and sub-committees including the Expenditure Review Committee and the Cabinet Infrastructure Committee.

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Kim Curtain

Deputy Secretary, Chief Operating Officer

Kim is a commercial and finance professional with over 20 years of experience across both public and private sectors.

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Phil Gardner

Deputy Secretary, Commercial and Procurement

Phil joined Treasury as Executive Director, Commercial Transactions in October 2015. He was appointed to the Deputy Secretary position in May 2017 and in that capacity, he leads the overall C&P Group which comprises the Transactions, Commercial Assets, Infrastructure and Structured Finance (ISFU), and Strategic Balance Sheet Management (SBSM) units, as well as NSW Procurement.

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Joann Wilkie

Deputy Secretary, Economic Strategy and Productivity

Joann Wilkie joined NSW Treasury in February 2019 as Deputy Secretary for the Economic Strategy & Productivity Group. In this role, she leads the delivery of economic and revenue forecasting; provision of advice on economic policy and reform, including on productivity; and engagement with Commonwealth, State and Territories on key national reforms and issues. The NSW Small Business Commissioner and NSW Productivity Commissioner are also anchored in the Economic Strategy and Productivity Group. 

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Last updated: 27/05/2021