Our people

Our Structure

The Queensland Treasury organisational chart outlines the four groups for the department.

Our Ministers

Cameron Dick MP

Cameron Dick is the Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Investment, and has represented the state electorate of Woodridge in the Queensland Parliament since 2015.

He has previously served Queensland as the state’s Attorney-General, and has also been the Minister responsible for Industrial Relations, Education, Health and Ambulance Services, State Development and Manufacturing.

As Treasurer and a member of the Palaszczuk Government’s leadership team, he is responsible for driving economic growth and job creation across the state.

Cameron also helps lead the recovery and reconstruction of Queensland following natural disaster events as the Minister responsible for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.

Visit the Directory of Queensland Ministers and Portfolios for more information about Cabinet.

Charis Mullen MP

Charis Mullen is the Assistant Minister for Treasury.

Visit the Directory of Queensland Ministers and Portfolios for more information about Cabinet.

Treasury Executive Leadership Team

Leon Allen
Acting Under Treasurer

Leon was appointed acting Under Treasurer in May 2021. He returned to Queensland Treasury in May 2020 after 13 years with the Institutional Banking and Markets division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia where he held senior leadership positions both domestically and internationally.

 

Dennis Molloy
Acting Deputy Under Treasurer, Economics and Fiscal

Dennis was appointed acting Deputy Under Treasurer in May 2021. He has extensive experience in both the Queensland and Australian governments in economics and public policy, with a particular interest in policies that drive economic growth and achieve fiscal sustainability. Dennis has had key roles in the delivery of Queensland budgets since 2010‒11.

 

Graham Fraine
Deputy Under Treasurer, Policy, Performance and Corporate

Graham was appointed to the Deputy Under Treasurer role in December 2019. In this role, Graham is responsible for leading the delivery of a range of Queensland Treasury functions. Graham has more than 25 years’ experience in public policy and social science research, specialising in transportation, program development and evaluation, policy reform, and service delivery.

 

Mark Jackson
Commissioner of State Revenue and Registrar of the State Penalties Enforcement Registry

Mark began his public service career in Townsville in 1981 and has held a number of executive roles within the Commonwealth public service, including Deputy Commissioner of Taxation. Mark was appointed Commissioner of State Revenue in January 2020.

 

Michael Carey
Deputy Under Treasurer, Investment Facilitation and Partnerships

Michael has been leading the Investment Facilitation and Partnerships (IFP) group since May 2020. An experienced executive with a history of senior management roles across the private and public sectors, Michael’s career has focused on strategic policy development and engagement. He has led the evolution of IFP’s investment facilitation framework and has worked with private sector proponents to accelerate complex investments through multiple investment pathways.

Last updated: 10 May 2021