Martin named NALSPA CEO


ROHAN Martin has been appointed the CEO of the National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association (NALSPA), the peak industry association for Australia’s salary packaging and novated lease sector.

He is also a director of Melbourne-based Sandhill Advisory Pty Ltd.

Mr Martin was previously with McMillan Shakespeare for more than 11 years and most recently was its head of corporate affairs and sustainability.

NALSPA assists more than 800,000 Australian employees in using their pre-tax salary to package employment-related benefits. These include employees of not-for-profit, health, government and corporate sectors.

Around 200,000 novated lease vehicles for Australian employees are administered by NALSPA members, driving significant economic value through the Australian economy and playing a key role in the decarbonisation of transport emissions.

New lease of life: Former McMillan Shakespeare exec Rohan Martin becomes CEO of the National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association.

Mr Martin’s appointment as CEO follows his position as NALSPA’s company secretary and director which he undertook for nine years.

As secretary he led strategic advocacy and relations with senior federal and state political stakeholders including members of federal cabinet and shadow cabinet.

Prior to his full-time role at McMillan Shakespeare, Mr Martin was general manager of corporate affairs, investor relations and marketing for Customers Limited, Australia’s biggest owner and operator of ATMs and related payment services.

Mr Martin has a business, accounting degree from Deakin University and an AIRA diploma in investor relations from Melbourne Business School.

By Neil Dowling

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