Mr Robertson’s background includes broad experience in business advisory, investment banking, alternative investments and funds management, in addition to extensive experience in the consumer finance sector. Mr Robertson currently provides consulting services focused on deal origination and structuring primarily in the unlisted market, and he is a Director of Ellerston Global Investments Limited and Ellerston Asian Investments Limited.
Mr Robertson has held senior roles at BT Funds Management, KBC Investments Limited and Zurich Financial Services both in Australia, London and New York. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant, a Fellow of Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA) and graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In addition he holds a Masters or Business Administration from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
Joining Money3 in 2008 as the Chief Operating Officer, Mr Baldwin brought a wealth of experience in sales, marketing and technology. Appointed to the board in 2009, Mr Baldwin established and led the growth of the secured finance division at Money3. Prior to joining Money3, Mr Baldwin spent over a decade in a variety of senior roles with General Electric Healthcare, from Sales & Service across Asia to leading infrastructure projects and working on the Asian Mergers and Acquisitions team.
Symon Brewis-Weston has extensive international financial services experience and a deep understanding of consumer and business markets in Asia-Pacific. Symon was CEO of FlexiGroup Limited and prior to that was Chief Executive Officer of Sovereign, New Zealand’s largest life insurance provider. Symon has also held several senior leadership positions with Commonwealth Bank Australia over 15 years, including Executive General Manager of Corporate Financial Services, Executive General Manager for Local Business Banking, six years leading CBA’s Indonesian operations, and in China where he worked on developing the Group’s Chinese banking strategy. Symon received the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles CEO Leadership Award in 2015 for his commitment to workplace diversity and community engagement.
Kate joined the Board on 1 September 2019. She is a Chartered Accountant bringing more than 20 years of governance, internal audit, risk management and compliance experience to the Board. She has held a number of senior management roles in ASX-listed companies across a number of industries including financial services, energy, and telecommunications. Since 2015 Kate has worked for AGL Energy holding several roles with a focus on risk policy and compliance. Prior to that she was an Audit Director with ANZ Banking Group. Earlier roles include managing internal audit and risk functions at United Energy and Commander Communications as well as several roles with PricewaterhouseCoopers where she commenced her accounting career. Kate has served on board positions for several not-for-profit and community based organisations including the Sandringham Community Bendigo Bank where she was a director, chair of the audit committee and company secretary.
Terri joined Money3 in November 2016 as Company Secretary bringing with her over 20 years’ experience providing company secretarial, financial accounting and compliance services to ASX listed and unlisted public companies in the technology, mining and biotech sectors.
The Board recognises the importance of good corporate governance and establishing accountability of both the Board and management. The Company has undertaken a review of its governance framework, policies and practices to ensure where practicable without incurring substantial costs given the size of the Company, they are consistent with the ASX recommendations. As a result of the review, the Board is satisfied with the Company’s application of the principles in the ASX recommendations, and that the Company’s corporate governance framework, policies and practices will ensure the continued effective management and operation of the Company.
The Company’s corporate governance policies centre around the Board, the Board committees and the principles that govern their interaction with, and oversight of, management. The Company’s corporate governance framework, policies and practices will remain under regular review as expectations and requirements develop. In addition, the Board will comply with ASX Listing Rule 4.10 which requires the Company to provide a statement in its annual report disclosing the extent to which those best practice recommendations have been followed in any reporting period and identify any recommendations that have not been followed as well as providing reasons for this.