Marc de Cure has been actively engaged in the development of the population ageing research initiative at UNSW since 2004, recognising the social and economic significance of demographic change and the need to undertake and promulgate research to inform community, government and commercial responses.
He helped to establish the Australian Institute for Population Ageing Research (AIPAR), and is currently Chair of the Leaders' Forum, a high-level group of executives who share a concern with the issue. Within the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR), he chairs the Advisory Board.
Marc is a Company Director and advisor and previously held senior executive roles in leading financial and professional services groups. He was AIA Group CFO for its Hong Kong IPO and AMP Group CFO, EGM Strategy & Development and Executive Director of its main operating subsidiaries. In professional services Marc was a senior Partner with PWC including Chairman of the Australian Financial Services practice, and was a Principal Advisor with Bain & Co.
Marc serves on the Business Advisory Council and the Executive Committee of UNSW Business School where he was appointed an Adjunct Professor commencing October 2015.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from UNSW, a Master of Wine Quality from UWS and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.