Victoria Somlyay

Victoria Somlyay

Anglo American

Head of Corporate Relations - Australia

Victoria Somlyay

Victoria is Head of Corporate Relations for Australia, responsible for community and stakeholder engagement and external and internal communications for our Australian operations.  

Victoria ensures our business continues to deliver value to all our stakeholders and make a real and positive difference. Victoria joined Anglo American in December 2017. She brought with her more than fifteen years experience in senior corporate affairs roles, including as Head of Government and Industry Affairs at the Westpac Group and Vice President Corporate Affairs, Coal with BHP Billiton. Prior to this, Victoria spent time working as a political advisor for the Federal Finance Minister in Australia's capital, Canberra. Victoria holds a Bachelor of Business (Economics) from Queensland University of Technology and a Graduate Diploma in Management from the Australian Graduate School of Management. Victoria and her husband, Ross, are parents to two primary school-aged boys. Victoria is Head of Corporate Relations for Anglo Americans Metallurgical Coal business, responsible for community and stakeholder engagement and external and internal communications for our Australian operations. Victoria ensures our business continues to deliver value to all our stakeholders and make a real and positive difference. Victoria joined Anglo American in December 2017. She brought with her more than fifteen years experience in senior corporate affairs roles, including as Head of Government and Industry Affairs at the Westpac Group and Vice President Corporate Affairs, Coal with BHP Billiton. Prior to this, Victoria spent time working as a political advisor for the Federal Finance Minister in Australia's capital, Canberra. Victoria holds a Bachelor of Business (Economics) from Queensland University of Technology and a Graduate Diploma in Management from the Australian Graduate School of Management. Victoria and her husband, Ross, are parents to two primary school-aged boys.

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