The Participants


Ian Edward Joye, LLB (Hons) B. Com FCA

Education

  • Sydney University, Bachelor of Law (Honours)
  • University of NSW, Bachelor of Commerce

Cirricular Vitae

  • Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants
  • Barrister Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • Member Chief Executive Officers Organisation
  • Member World Presidents Organisation
  • Founding Member of Young Barnsdale and Joye Chartered Accountants
  • Formerly a Chairman of the following public companies: Advance Bank of Australia Ltd. Group, Travelodge Hotel Ltd. Group, Peter Kurts Properties Ltd, Coronet Freeholds Ltd. Group and Asian Properties Ltd. Group
  • Involved with the following charitable organisations: Founder of Joye Art Foundation, Founder of Joye Educational Foundation and The Joye Medal, Governor of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Benefactor of St Lukes Hospital,Patron of Sydney Opera House and the NSW Art Gallery

Christopher Joye

Christopher is the founder and managing director of Smarter Money Investments and is a contributing editor of The Australian Financial Review; he produced a landmark report on affordable housing for the Australian Prime Ministers Home Ownership Task Force.

In February 2009, Christopher was invited by the Rockefeller and MacArthur Foundations to present innovative policy solutions to America’s housing market woes based on Rismark’s experience at the private Transforming America’s Housing Policy summit for Obama Administration officials in New York. In 2009 The Australian newspaper selected Christopher as one of Australia’s top 10 “Emerging Leaders” in its economic/wealth category.

In 2007 Christopher was selected by The Bulletin magazine as one of Australia’s “10 Smartest CEOs” and by BRW Magazine as one of “Australia’s Top 10 Innovators”. He previously worked with Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division in Europe and Australasia. Christopher was formerly a member of the Special Projects team within the Reserve Bank of Australia’s Domestic Markets Division. In 2008, the Australian Government embraced a radical policy proposal developed by Christopher and Professor Joshua Gans of Melbourne University to provide liquidity to the Australian securitisation market to mitigate the adverse effects of the 2007-2008 credit crisis. This idea was also endorsed by the Government’s 2020 Summit.

Christopher served as a Director of The Menzies Research Centre, which is a leading Australian think-tank, from 2003 to 2007. He is an experienced financial economist with expertise in investments and the dynamics of the residential real estate market. He has published widely on policy matters relating to housing and financial economics. Christopher received Joint 1st Class Honours (Economics & Finance) and the University Medal in Economics & Finance from the University of Sydney, where he was a Credit Suisse First Boston Scholar, SIRCA and University Honours Scholar. He studied for a PhD at Cambridge University in 2002 and 2003, where he was a Commonwealth Trust scholarship recipient. Christopher is also a Research Affiliate with the Centre for Ideas and The Economy (CITE) at Melbourne University.

Daisy Joye

Education

  • Sydney University, Bachelor of Law (First Class Honours)
  • Sydney University, Bachelor of Arts

Professional Qualifications

  • Solicitor of England and Wales
  • Solicitor of New South Wales

Professional Experience

  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, London and Paris, 2003-2007
  • Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, London, 2007-2010
  • Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Sydney, 2010 – present

Hermione Joye

Education

  • Sydney University, Bachelor of Economics and Social Science (double major in Politics and Marketing)
  • University of California, USA, International Exchange Program – The University of Sydney Economics and Business Scholarship , Grade Point Average 3.8 out of 4 (High Distinction).

Business Experience

  • Senior Sales Executive, The Seven Network

Leadership and Volunteer Experience

  • 2009 and ongoing: Lifehouse at RPA, Chairperson of Fundraising Committee (Lifehouse is the former Sydney Cancer Center and is currently raising funds to develop a comprehensive Cancer Centre at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia. )
  • 2005 – Pixi Foto Foundation Committee Member

Awards and Achievements

  • 2009: Young Citizen of the Year, Woollahara Council
  • 2005: Sydney University’s Faculty of Economics and Business International Exchange Scholarship
  • 2004: REVIVA First Aid
  • 1999: Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award

Maggie Joye

Maggie attended Michigan State University and Wayne State University before moving into a career as a spokesperson representing various companies across the USA.   She has assumed overall executive responsibility of the Joye family charitable activities including the Joye Medal awards.  Maggie is involved with numerous charitable activities and has served on the Silver Committee for Sydney Children’s Hospital.

In 2015 Maggie conceived of an annual prize solely for women graduating from the Faculty of Medicine.  Accordingly the Maggie Joye Prize in Medicine was established.