Founder and Consultant to Port Jackson Partners
Prior to establishing Port Jackson Partners, Terrey was a
Director of McKinsey & Company, where he gained extensive
international management consulting experience. He joined the firm
in 1973 and spent most of the first five years consulting in the
United States and Europe. He directed a number of major client
relationships in Australia through 1983 and then established the
resident McKinsey practices in East-Asia outside Japan during the
rest of the 1980s.
For 30 years, Terrey has led fundamental review of strategy and
organisation for a wide range of leading corporations. During the
last decade his relationships span financial institutions (eg
investment banking, funds management), service industries (eg
leading real estate, law and accounting firms), industrials (eg
steel, building materials) and mining.
Terrey has been a director of major public and private
companies, but currently limits his corporate directorships to
avoid conflicts of interest with his consulting practice. Terrey is
a director of Sydney Symphony Orchestra and has an active pro-bono
practice consulting to education, arts and medical institutions. He
has been awarded an Order of Australia for his contributions.
Before joining McKinsey, Terrey was a production and design
engineer with a manufacturer of electrical power and control
equipment in Australia and, in addition, participated in the
development of a computer-controlled medical centre.
Terrey holds a first class honours degree in Electrical
Engineering and a Science degree from the University of Sydney, as
well as a Masters degree in Business Administration from Harvard
Graduate School of Business Administration where he graduated with