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Graham joins the Perth Mint during a period of intense scrutiny, as an external investigation is currently being performed by AUSTRAC.
Graham joins the Perth Mint during a period of intense scrutiny, as an external investigation is currently being performed by AUSTRAC.

Change of pace: Perth Mint appoints new CEO

Former Keystart boss Paul Graham has been named as the new CEO of Gold Corporation, set to take charge of the Perth Mint in November.

Graham joined Keystart in 2018 after an 18-year career in commercial banking with ANZ and National Australia Bank.

headshot-Paul Graham-Perth Mint
headshot-Paul Graham-Perth Mint
“The Perth Mint is clearly working hard to meet its obligations to the WA community, the gold mining sector, its business partners and customers around the world, and it is something I will be focusing on when I take up the role in November.”
Paul Graham, Perth Mint

He replaces the outgoing Jason Waters, who resigned from the post in May.

Graham said the appointment was an honour.

“The Perth Mint is clearly working hard to meet its obligations to the WA community, the gold mining sector, its business partners and customers around the world, and it is something I will be focusing on when I take up the role in November,” he said.

Graham joins the Perth Mint during a period of intense scrutiny, as an external investigation is currently being performed by the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC).

Gold Corporation Chairman Sam Walsh AO said he was confident the board had appointed the right man to lead the Perth Mint forward.

“Paul has shown great leadership during a period of change at Keystart, which will arm him well for continuing the board’s strategy to drive safe and sustainable growth across The Perth Mint,” Walsh said.

“With a long history in banking and financial services, Paul is the right person to lead The Perth Mint and ensure we meet our obligations to the Government, the WA community, the gold mining sector and our customers around the world."

The Perth Mint recorded a significant sales decline in July.

Gold Corporation is the parent company of the Perth Mint, Australia’s official bullion mint. The Perth Mint was established in 1899 and is owned by the Government of Western Australia.

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