PAN-Tribal’s Board comprises four individuals:
Independent Chairman and Non-Executive Director
Stephen is a former partner of Kemp Strang Lawyers in Sydney, with over 40 years’ experience in corporate and commercial practice areas including IPOs and advising ASX-listed companies. He is an experienced company director, having served as a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of ASX-listed Coffey International Limited for 15 years, a Non-Executive Director of PrimeAg Australia Limited for 7 years, and Non-Executive Director and Chairman of Millennium Services Group Limited for 3 years.
Stephen recently joined the firm of Henry William Lawyers in Sydney as a consultant, is a member of the St Hilliers Property and Construction Group Advisory Board.
Stephen’s expertise includes corporate governance capabilities which will be implemented in the company’s management practices.
Peter Kerr has over 40 years’ experience as a Sydney-based commercial lawyer and has extensive experience in banking law, financial markets and corporate governance. Peter is a partner of Kemp Strang Lawyers and is currently a Community Board Member of the Physiotherapy Board of Australia and a Director of the Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation. He also chairs a private Papua New Guinea oil and gas services company.
Peter was a former director of the Cronulla Sharks NRL Club and chair of Sport Knowledge Australia. He is well known in international sport, having represented Australia in the National Men’s Water Polo team and was honoured by making the Judge’s Oath at the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. He continues to serve as a Member of the FINA Doping Panel, having been appointed in 2000. Peter has been appointed by the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) as the Oceania Member of the new Independent Ethics Commission of ANOC.
Peter is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Sydney and Master of Applied Finance degree from Macquarie University. He is a Member of the Order of Australia (2008) and was awarded the Australian Sports Medal (2000).
Adrian has worked in the financial services industry since 1986 as a financial adviser and taxation specialist for a diverse range of private clients and small businesses. As a member of the Financial Planning Association of Australia, Adrian’s industry knowledge and experience will allow him to contribute across a wide range of business and industry related areas.
Adrian holds a Diploma of Education and a Graduate Diploma of Business, majoring in accounting. He is a registered tax agent.
Colin has 27 years’ funds management experience, holding senior management roles domestically and in Asia Pacific. Colin held a number of roles at UBS Global Asset Management, including CEO of the Australian business.
Colin has an MBA from RMIT, a Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning and a Bachelor of Education.
Members of the Business Advisory Board are high calibre, successful individuals sourced from a range of industries, including fast-moving consumer products, law, science, technology and education.
The mandate of the Business Advisory Board is to share ideas and provide insights from a range of different perspectives that management can utilise when considering business development, branding and product innovation.
Members will be drawn from the financial services industry, primarily financial intermediaries; these individuals will range from members of large dealer groups through to independent self-licensed financial advisers.
The Financial Services Advisory Board will focus on issues such as product development, communication strategies and other issues that pertain to PAN-Tribal’s business as usual operations.