Georgina Carnegie


Ms Georgina M. Carnegie is the Managing Director of Carnegie Enterprises.

Carnegie Enterprises works with companies particularly those specialising in natural resources, agribusiness and infrastructure development to develop sustainable partnerships and build international networks. Clients draw on her considerable skill and experience in international risk assessment, high-level government liaison, and international debt/equity strategies. She is a member of the Board of Hannan Metals a company exploring for zinc in Ireland. Her current focus in on the potential of zinc as a base for energy storage at scale. She is also Senior Advisor to Mawson Resources, a Nordic Arctic exploration company developing the flagship Rompas and Rajapalot gold and cobalt projects in Lapland, Finland.

Ms Carnegie has a long standing background of working in Asia having established AsiaFax the first daily corporate information service in the region. She serves as a member of the Executive Board of the Australia Korea Business Council, the Australia Korea Foundation, and a member of the Advisory Council of Asialink, at Melbourne University.

An economist and experienced corporate director, Ms Carnegie holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government.

G M Carnegie
Managing Director
Carnegie Enterprises Pty Ltd

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