Our Board of Directors
He is currently a Director of Windlab Ltd since July 2017; a Director of Sinefa Pty. Ltd.; a member of the Investment Committee at Unisuper Ltd.; and, a member of the ASIC Director Advisory Panel. He had a long executive career in financial services encompassing Australia, New Zealand, UK and Japan.
In his non- executive career he has been a Director of Telstra (2001-09) and Wesfarmers (2001-14;) and, is a former Chairman of IOOF and of the Financial Reporting Council; and was Vice-Chairman of the IFRS Advisory Council (2009-14), and was a member of the inaugural ASIC External Advisory Panel.
Leslie’s international and local experience spans project management, business development, corporate advisory, corporate finance, strategic planning and operational management in the construction, technology and telecommunications sectors.
She served on the Board of Australia’s largest public R&D fund and was one of a panel of three industry representatives appointed by the nine government ministers to review the progress, strategies and future direction of the National Building Codes Board. Ms Butterfield is the Chair of the Remuneration Committee.
Mr Kopcheff held the position of Managing Director of Victoria Petroleum Ltd (now Senex Energy Ltd) from August 1984 until late July 2010 and continued on their board as Executive Director until resigning on 22 September 2010.
He was also a non executive director of Great Panther Silver Limited from August 2001 through to 30 June 2012 when he resigned from the position. Mr Kopcheff is the Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Remuneration Committee.
Prior to founding the Toroso Group (subsequently Main Street Capital) in 2009, Mr Marks completed 7 years within General Electric based in Australia and the United States and was responsible for leading and executing projects across the US, UK, Europe, Australia, China and Hong Kong.
Mr Marks is a Chartered Accountant with a Bachelor of Business and is Six Sigma qualified through General Electric. He is also a director of The Melbourne Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation which provides education opportunities for financially disadvantage youths. Mr Marks has not held any other directorships of listed companies during the three year period prior to 30 June 2018.
Mr Zajac is involved in the development, ownership and management of eight hotels in Victoria, Sydney and Brisbane, along with the design and construction of affordable student housing and apartments.
He also runs an extensive philanthropy programme across Australia and overseas. No other directorships of listed companies were held at any time during the three years prior to 30 June 2018.
Mr Zajac is also a member of the Audit Committee and of the Remuneration Committee.
She has worked with Telstra, Alcatel-Lucent (now Nokia), and Westpac and consulted to Microsoft and Sprint. She is also a Digital technology entrepreneur who developed a disruptive digital Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business from concept to capital raising, governance, technology build and all operations. She has recently returned to Australia after 5 years in the USA.
Ms. Aris has a track record of revenue growth and cost-out transformation programs at scale and has been a Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer known for her innovation of business models.
She has worked as part of a small team of global telecommunication experts on a number of M&A projects and as advisers to the CEO of Sprint on the end to end turn around.
Mr Hayes is an experienced CFO, Company Secretary and Finance Executive with over 20 years of local and international experience.