Terry has over 35 years’ experience in various roles including; publicly listed company board chairman and non-executive director roles, chief executive and managing director roles and many other executive management roles within various companies. Specializations include Research and Development, Strategic Development, Engineering, Manufacturing, Mergers and Acquisitions, Start-ups, Turn Around’s, Lean Principles, New Product Development, Sales and Marketing and others.
His extensive international commercialisation and management experience was gained through senior executive positions with Orbital Corporation, Siemens VDO, Synerject LLC, Outboard Marine Corporation, Mercury Marine and through set-up and leadership of various international joint ventures and collaborations. In the 1990’s Mr Stinson moved to Australia as President and CEO of Synerject, a JV company that started in Perth between Siemens VDO and Orbital. He has international experience leading operations and major projects in Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, USA and others and industry experience within Defence, Mining, Marine, Motorcycle, Recreational Products, Automotive, Truck, Industrial Products, Engineering Consulting and other industries.
Terry has a Bachelor of Business Administration and Operations Management (Magnum Cum Laude) from Marian University in Wisconsin, USA and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He currently serves as Non-Executive Chairman of Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX:CCE), Non-Executive Chairman of Talga Resources Ltd (ASX:TLG) and Non-Executive Director of Orbital Corporation (ASX:OEC).
Mr Mooney is the principal of Perth-based corporate advisory firm Mooney & Partners, specialising in corporate compliance administration to public companies. Mr Mooney has gained extensive experience in the areas of corporate and project management since commencing Mooney & Partners in 1999.
His experience extends to advice on capital raisings, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance. Currently, Mr Mooney serves as a Director to several ASX listed companies across a variety of industries including technology and resources. He is a Director of Phosphate Australia Limited, appointed 14 October 2008, Barra Resources Limited, appointed 29 November 2002, Carbine Resources Limited, appointed 16 January 2012 and Talga Resources Limited, appointed 20 February 2014. He was a Director of Nuheara Limited from 1 May 2007 to 4 June 2016 and Carbine Resources Limited from 16 January 2012 to 2 September 2014. Mr Mooney is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Mr Fitzpatrick has over 37 years in the financial services sector. He is Chairman of Pacific Current Group (formerly Treasury Group Limited), an incubator of fund management companies, and also Chairman of the Australian Football League. He also holds a number of other non-executive directorships, including Infrastructure Capital Group, Carnegie Wave Energy Limited and Latam Autos Limited.
In 1994 Mr Fitzpatrick founded Hastings Funds Management Ltd (‘Hastings’), the pioneering infrastructure asset management company where he was Managing Director until he sold his interest in 2005. Hastings was then one of the largest managers of infrastructure and alternative assets in Australia (including infrastructure, high yield debt, private equity and timberland) managing investments of approximately A$3.8 billion. Mr Fitzpatrick was a director of a number of Hastings’ managed investments, including Pacific Hydro Limited, GlobalRenewables Limited, Utilities of Australia, Australian Infrastructure Fund and Australia Development Group Pty Ltd (the holding company of Perth Airport). Prior to establishing Hastings, Mr Fitzpatrick was a director of CS First Boston. He also previously held positions with Merrill Lynch and First Boston in New York, the Victorian Treasury and Telecom Australia.
Mr Fitzpatrick is a former chairman of Victorian Funds Management Corporation, and the Australian Sports Commission, a former director of Rio Tinto Limited and Rio Tinto plc, a former member of the Melbourne Park Tennis Centre Trust, a former director of the Carlton Football Club and a former director of the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.
Mr Fitzpatrick has a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours from the University of Western Australia and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from Oxford University where he was the 1975 Rhodes Scholar from Western Australia.