Malcolm Speed AO
Executive Director, COMPPS
Malcolm Speed has had a long and varied career as a lawyer, sports administrator, and company director.
After 20 years as a senior basketball administrator, he was appointed in 1997 as Chief Executive of Cricket Australia. In 2001 he was appointed as Chief Executive of the International Cricket Council, a position he held up to 2008.
He now works as a consultant, company director and university lecturer.
One of his roles is as Executive Director of the Coalition of Major Professional and Participation Sports (COMPPS) which consists of Australian Football League, Australia Rugby Union, Cricket Australia, Football Federation Australia, National Rugby League, Netball Australia and Tennis Australia.
He is a Life Member of ANSZLA and was the third recipient of ANZSLA's Outstanding Service to Sport Award in 2008.
He is widely regarded as one of Australia's leading sports administrators.
He is also a Director of Victorian Major Events Company, Golf Australia and Richmond Football Club.
He lectures in Sports Law at Melbourne University and Sports Administration at Deakin University.