The entire board of AustCham Macau at PowerHour 4 on 23 September 2020.

Board of Directors

Patrick Liu


Patrick is Head of Internal Audit of Banco Comercial de Macau (established 1974), one of the leading banks incorporated in Macau. Prior joining BCM, he was Director of EY and Senior Manager of KPMG from 2005 to 2018, and gained extensive knowledge and experience in auditing, accounting and taxation. He is a Fellow Member of CPA Australia and Vice-President of the Board of Directors of The Taxation Association of Macau. His connection with Australia began when he lived in Melbourne from 1996 to 2004, where he completed high school and University and learnt many great things about Australia. Since returning to Macau, he has continued his connection with Australia by providing business advice to Australian individuals and corporate entities with interests in Macau. Patrick actively participated in the establishment of the AustCham Macau Chapter.

Liviano Lacchia​


Liviano Lacchia is a senior leader of Human Resources at Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG). Liviano commenced his relationship with Macau in 2005/2006 and moved full time to Macau in early 2008 and calls Macau home. He arrived in Hong Kong some 20 years ago and has worked throughout the Asia Pacific region. Liviano has over 20 years of solid experience in setting up large scale recruitment shared services operations, human resources, outsourcing and consulting as well as business development. His experience spans front line as well as back office operations in building operations across Asia Pacific. Prior to joining GEG, Liviano was the Regional Director of Recruitment at Melco Crown Entertainment, Director of Managed Services Talent2 Asia, Principal Business Development Headstrong and with Sybase Asia Pacific.

Sharon Warren


Before relocating to Macau in 2016 Sharon was the National Project Leader and Facilitator for the Australian Federal Government’s “Working Safe = Living Safe” mentoring project. This was the follow on from the Mentoring Australian Apprentices Project that Sharon facilitated in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Both projects involved providing support and training to workplace mentors which in turn enabled them to support their workplace apprentices and trainees and to improve retention and completion of their qualifications. Prior to this, Sharon was Training and Development Manager for the Registered Training Organisation ‘CTIA’ and the Watermark Hotel Group. After many years in the Hospitality and Training arenas Sharon now provides consulting services to various organisations in Australia.

Michael Keen


Michael Keen moved to Macau in early 2007 to pursue a career in the wine industry after leaving his home town of Adelaide at a young age. After graduating from the University of Adelaide, Michael held various sales positions before embarking on his overseas journey and helping to establish Summergate Fine Wines in Macau. It wasn’t long before another opportunity came knocking and together with a business partner, Fine Beverages Limited was born, where he worked as the Director of Sales & Marketing for close to nine years. He recently made the switch into gaming manufacturing as the global Vice President of Sales for China TradeRite Products. Michael is keen to use his international relations and business development skills to grow AustCham Macau into a healthy Chamber.

Lloyd Robson


Lloyd is the current Sales Director for Aristocrat Technologies within APAC. Aristocrat is a global market leading gaming company with its Asian operations headquarter in Macau along with their manufacturing facility. Prior to his move to Macau, Lloyd was a sales manager in Australia for Aristocrat. Lloyd is passionate about the development and connection of both the Macau community and Australian business. Lloyd recently completed his MBA at UNSW in Australia.

Janet McNab


Janet McNab is the Multi-Property Vice President of the 4001-room Sheraton Grand Macao, the largest hotel in Marriott International’s global property portfolio, and The St. Regis Macao. Born to Italian immigrants in Brisbane, Janet has more than 30 years experience in hotels management, encompassing sales, marketing and property management roles. Since beginning her career in her hometown, Janet has spent almost 20 years across Asia at properties throughout Mainland China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and since 2015, Macao. A variety of property-based and regional leadership roles has seen Janet lead openings of key hotels in new markets, implement highly successful sales and marketing strategies, and a record of achieving best-practice efficiency on-property.

Billy Chan


Billy is the Director of the Center for Education in Medical Simulation at Macau University of Science and Technology. He is also the Vice Chairman of the Advisory Board at the Macau Healthcare Promotion and Management Association, a Standing Committee Member of the International Trauma Rescue and Treatment Association in Beijing, Honorary Consultant for Peking University Peoples Hospital, Executive Council Member of the World Association of Chinese Doctors, Honorary Member of the Brazilian Medical Association, and Co-Founder of Sino-Luso International Medical Forum, promoting healthcare education and skills training between Macau SAR and Portuguese speaking countries. Billy is the Chairman of the Board of the Sino-Phil Asia International Peace Awards Foundation.

Matthew Helm


Matthew Helm, a Food and Beverage and Culinary Operational professional has worked at the most luxurious and largest integrated resorts in Macao. Born in Canberra, Australia, Matthew began his career with his family winery, Helm Wines. He chose a different path in becoming a professional chef starting at Park Hyatt, Canberra and studied at CIT. Matthew has accumulated a vast repertoire of cuisines, countries and awards. He has spent more than 28 years working at various luxury resorts and hotels in Australia, Scotland, Germany, Thailand, Egypt, Singapore, and now Macau. Matthew currently holds the active positions of President, Macau Culinary Association (a proud member of World Association of Chefs Societies) and Conseiller Culinaire de Macao (Commandeur) of the Chaine de Rotisseurs, Macao.

General Assembly

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