Mr Kevin Maloney is the founder and Chairman of Australian investment entity Tulla Group and has built an extensive career in retail banking, finance and resources.
One of Kevin’s numerous career highlights was as founder and Executive Chairman of The MAC Services Group (The MAC), which was sold to Oil States International in 2010 for $651million. Kevin was heavily involved in all stages of The MAC’s growth, including its move into mining services accommodation in 1996.
Kevin has been involved with numerous public companies as both an executive and director. After spending 20 years with ANZ Bank, Kevin joined Elders Resources Finance Limited in 1981, progressing to hold numerous positions including Chief Executive Officer.
Kevin is currently the Chairman of ASX listed Altona Mining Limited and Integrated Holdings Group Pty Ltd which is the parent company for software vendor OCTFOLIO Pty Ltd.
Mr Darren Anderson was formerly the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of Diversified Mining Services Ltd which is an unlisted public company that at its peak in mid-2012 had consolidated revenue in excess of $200 million and 850 personnel.
Previous career highlights include 15 years spent as founder and Managing Director of the Anderson Group of Companies, which grew from a single person operation in Mackay to a company with in excess of 300 employees and 12 operating divisions across both Queensland and New South Wales that serviced the Australian and international coal industries.
Mr Steve Howse
Mr Steve Howse was a former shareholder and director of the recently acquired Analytica Laboratories Limited. He continues his role with Analytica as a General Manager with a particular responsibility for strategy, customers, and business development.
Mr Howse has an honours degree in Agricultural Science from Massey University, and has over 25 years’ executive experience working in NZ science and technology businesses, with a focus on agribusiness and commercial analytical testing. He was a director of Synlait Farms Ltd leading up to its sale in 2014, and is currently the Deputy Chair of Wintec in Hamilton, NZ.
Mr James Todd
James Todd is an experienced company director, corporate adviser and investor. He commenced his career in investment banking working with Hambros Bank, both in Sydney and London, and has taken active roles with, and invested in, a range of public and private companies.
James is Managing Director of Wolseley Private Equity, an independent private equity firm which he co-founded in 1999. He is also a non-executive director of ASX listed IVE Group Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws from the University of New South Wales, and a Graduate Diploma from the Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA), where he is a Fellow. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
Mr Taylor is the founding partner of Taylors Solicitors, Mackay, a Senior Counsellor of the Queensland law Society and has over 30 years’ experience in commercial and property transactions and litigation.
John Taylor was, from 2006 to 2010, a director of ASX listed The Mac Services Group Limited where he was Chair of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee and a member of the Audit and Risk Management Committee. He is also a former Chair of the Mackay Port Authority and a Board member of Tourism Mackay and Mackay Regional Economic Bureau.
Mr Paul Marshall is a Chartered Accountant. He holds a Bachelor of Law degree, a post Graduate Diploma in Accounting and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He has more than 25 years in the accountancy profession, with Ernst and Young for ten years, and subsequently fifteen years spent in commercial roles as Company Secretary and CFO for a number of listed and unlisted companies mainly in the resources sector. He has extensive experience in all aspects of company financial reporting, corporate regulatory and governance areas, business acquisition and disposal due diligence, capital raising and company listings and company secretarial responsibilities.