About 'G'

 Dr Mark Granitto

Dr Granitto has held positions in commercial and corporate banking in Perth with Bankwest, National Australia Bank, Citibank and St George Bank over a period of 20 years. In 1998, he was employed as the State Manager in Western Australia for the Italian Bank, 'Monte Paschi di Siena' (the origins of the Community Banking concept), and led the transformation and changes from 'Monte Paschi di Siena' to Bendigo Bank Ltd.  He has consulted to a number of businesses in his own capacity and as Director of Moore Stephens Chartered Accountants, Western Australia. In 2008, Dr Granitto held a leadership position in the Resources Business Unit of the Catholic Education Office in Western Australia. He brought about governance change and responsibly implemented the Federal Government's Building Education Revolution project and reccurrent funding of approximately $900 million for the catholic schools in Western Australia. After two years in the health industry as a General Manager, Dr Granitto continues to operate as G-Corporate Advisory. He holds a number of academic qualifications including a Doctoral degree, having studied under the guidance of Professor Geoffrey Soutar from the University of Western Australia.


  • Fellow – Australian Institute of Management.
  • Fellow – Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
  • Certified Practicing Accountant. (Australia).
  • Certified professional - Australian Human Resources Institute.
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
  • Accredited by the Australian Council for Educational Research to administer psychometric testing.



  • Doctorate in Business – University of Western Australia.
  • MBA (Int’l Bus) (With distinction) – Cowan University, Western Australia.
  • Post-Graduate in Business (Banking) – Cowan University, Western Australia.
  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting) – Cowan University, Western Australia.
  • Diploma Financial Services.
  • Certificate III in Financial Services – Australian Securities and Investment Commission.