Board

Paul Bedbrook    Paul Bedbrook
Chairman

Paul has had a career of over 30 years in financial services, originally as an analyst, fund manager and then the GM & Chief Investment Officer for Mercantile Mutual Investment Management Ltd (ING owned) from 1987 to 1995. Paul was an executive for 26 years with the Dutch global banking, insurance and investment group, ING, retiring in 2010. Paul's career included the roles of: President and CEO of ING Direct Bank, Canada (2000 - 2003); CEO and director of the ING/ANZ wealth management JV, ING Australia, now ANZ OnePath (2003 - 2008) and Regional CEO, ING Asia Pacific, Hong Kong (2008 - 2010). Paul currently holds non-executive directorships on the Boards of: Zurich Financial Services Australia, Credit Union Australia, the National Blood Authority and is Deputy Chair of Disability Sports Australia.

Glenn Willis    Glenn Willis
CEO and Managing Director

Glenn has extensive industry knowledge with over 25 years' experience in the Australian and international capital markets.

Glenn was most recently co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Moss Capital. Prior to Moss Capital, Glenn co-founded Grange Securities and led the team in his role as Managing Director and CEO. Grange Securities was a pre-eminent Australian owned investment bank with businesses in fixed income, equities, corporate finance and funds management. Grange Securities grew to be Australia's major independent fixed income house.

After 12 years of growth, Grange Securities, a business with approximately 150 personnel, was acquired by Lehman Brothers International in 2007, as the platform for Lehman's Australian investment banking and funds management operations. Glenn was appointed Managing Director and Country Head in March 2007. In 2008, Glenn was appointed executive Vice Chairman of Lehman Brothers Australia.

Glenn previously held senior positions at Fay Richwhite and Challenge Bank.

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Nigel Ampherlaw    Nigel Ampherlaw
Non-executive Director

Nigel will join the Board as Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee. He was a Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers for 22 years where he held a number of leadership positions, including heading the financial services audit, business advisory services and consulting businesses. He also held a number of senior client Lead Partner roles. Mr Ampherlaw has extensive experience in risk management, technology, consulting and auditing in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Nigel's current Directorships include a non-executive Director with Credit Union Australia, where he is Chair of the Audit Committee and the Technology Committee and a member of the Risk and Strategy Committees; non-executive Director of Quickstep Holdings Ltd where he is Chair of the Audit and Risk committee; non-executive Director of the Australia Red Cross Blood Service, where he is a member of the Finance and Audit Committee and a member of the Risk Committee. Mr Ampherlaw has also been a member of the Grameen Foundation Australia charity board since 2012.

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William (Bill) Moss AM    William (Bill) Moss AO
Non-executive Director

Bill is an Australian businessman and philanthropist with expertise in real estate, banking, funds and asset management.

Bill spent 23 years as a senior executive and Executive Director with Macquarie Group, the pre-eminent Australian investment bank, where Bill managed The Global Banking and Real Estate businesses. Bill founded, grew and led Macquarie Real Estate Group to a point where it managed over $23 billion worth of investments around the world.

Bill is Chairman of Moss Capital and Chairman and Founder of The FSHD Global Research Foundation.

Bill is a commentator on the Australian finance and banking sectors, the global economy, and the ongoing need for Australia to do more to advance the interests of the country's disabled and disadvantaged.

In 2015, Bill was awarded one of Australia's highest honours, Office of the Order of Australia (AO), for services to the banking, charity, and finance sectors.

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