Alex Malley

Alex Malley FCPA is the CEO of CPA Australia and is responsible for 19 offices globally with more than 150,000 members in 121 countries.Alex was born in Sydney, Australia, to immigrant parents. From the time he and his family remember, he was a disruptive boy - ever curious about all around him.His life and career have been extremely diverse with experiences that include banking, sports management, university lecturing, media commentary as well as CEO, board director and chairmanship roles.Tackling leadership and mentoring matters is something he has always taken very seriously. As host of the television series The Bottom Line, screened nationally on the Nine Network Australia, Alex brings these issues into sharp focus through interviews with fellow leaders from business, politics and the community. The interview he conducted with the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, was the most substantive ever filmed. News surrounding it reached an unprecedented global audience.Alex fronts CPA Australia'sthe online mentoring community for students, Approximately 2 million young people have visited the site to date. The extraordinary engagement achieved on the website was the inspiration behind his book - The Naked CEO: From suspended schoolboy to disruptive CEO.He writes a regular blog for The Huffington Post and is a business commentator on the nationally syndicated programs The Money News on 2GB and Sky News Business.Alex serves on a number of councils, boards and government sector committees including the Prince of Wales' Accounting for Sustainability Project and the International Integrated Reporting Council domiciled in London.In recent times, Alex was invited to become a Linkedin Influencer: an exclusive group of global leaders, which includes the likes of Richard Branson, Bill Gates and US President Barack Obama. Via regular blog posts, Alex shares his leadership insights with Linkedin's network of more than 300 million professionals around the globe.From suspended schoolboy to disruptive CEO, Alex always does what he believes in.


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