Terry has over 35 years of Executive and non-Executive leadership knowledge and skills across global innovative companies and many years of experience holding non-executive Chairman and Director roles in Australia and abroad.
Currently he is the Non-Executive Chairman of Carnegie Clean Energy, Terry also holds the role of Non-Executive Chairman of Talga Resources, Non-Executive Director of Orbital Corporation and Non-Executive Director of BiVida. He is the former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Orbital Corporation Ltd.
His past leadership roles include Vice President and General Manager for Global Fuel Systems Businesses at Siemens AG, CEO and Managing Director at Synerject, Vice President of Manufacturing Outboard Marine Corporation and Director of Advanced R&D Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corp.
Early in his career Terry was the Project Engineer for the 1990 Chevrolet ZR-1 Corvette LT-5 Engine, where his achievements awarded him the USA SME 1990 Young Engineer of the Year. Terry’s experience spans a range of industry segments including Defence, Aerospace, Automotive, Marine, Industrial, Electronics, Engineering, Renewable Energy, Advanced Materials and Mining.
His honed leadership and direct management skills cover Strategic Planning, M&A, R&D, Intellectual Property, Manufacturing, Quality, Productivity, Start-ups and Turn-Arounds, Joint Ventures, Sales and Marketing, Distribution and Logistics as well as other disciplines. Terry also has a strong track record in supporting international collaborations and joint ventures via past leadership positions with Yamaha, Honda, Chrysler, Penske, Vale and many other companies.
Grant is the principal of Perth-based corporate advisory firm Mooney & Partners, specialising in corporate compliance administration to public companies. He 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 raising, mergers, acquisitions and corporate governance. Currently, Grant serves as a Director to several ASX listed companies across a variety of industries including technology and resources. He is a Director of POZ Minerals Limited, appointed 14 October 2008, Barra Resources Limited, appointed 29 November 2002, Accelerate Resources Limited, appointed 1 July 2017 and Talga Resources Limited, appointed 20 February 2014. He was a Director of Nuheara Limited from 1 May 2007 to 4 June 2016. Grant is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Mike has over 40 years in the financial services sector. Committed to sustainability, Mike and his associated interests have made a range of investments in renewable energy and related technology development. Current investments include electric vehicles (California based Proterra) and high purity quartz for use in silicon manufacture (Creswick Quartz).
Mike holds a number of other non executive directorships, including Infrastructure Capital Group, Carnegie Clean Energy Limited and Latam Autos Limited. Mike is also a Trustee of the Rhodes Trust.
In 1994 Mike 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. Hastings’ related directorships included Pacific Hydro, Australian Infrastructure Fund, Utilities Trust of Australia and Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund.
Prior to establishing Hastings, Mike 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.
Mike is a former Chairman of Pacific Current Group Limited, Victorian Funds Management Corporation, the Australian Football League 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.
Mike has a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Arts from Oxford University where he was the 1975 Rhodes Scholar from Western Australia.
Anthony is the current Managing Director of Asymmetric Investment Management Pty Ltd, a Perth-based investment manager specialising in private debt, venture capital and risk management. He also currently sits on a number of other company Boards in a non-executive capacity. Prior to Asymmetric, Anthony established and managed an investment portfolio for a large Family Office in Perth, Western Australia. He was responsible for asset allocation and portfolio management, risk management, investment and macro-economic analysis. He currently sits on the Board of another Perth-based Family Office, advising on investment strategy and portfolio management. Prior to his family office investment roles, Anthony worked for Deutsche Bank in equity and derivatives sales and trading and prior to this for Macquarie Bank as an equity analyst and institutional equity sales and trading.
Formerly Carnegie’s CTO, Mr Fiévez has served the company for 11 years as part of the executive team and has extensive knowledge about the CETO technology, the wave energy industry and the broader renewables sector. He is a qualified mechatronic engineer with diverse experience ranging from general management to innovation, commercialisation and technical leadership. He is a named inventor on a number of CETO patents. Prior to Carnegie, Jonathan led a team of engineers and technicians developing a new technology to detect cracks in aircraft structure. The technology was successfully applied to various airframes including the Airbus A380 and Eurofighter. Jonathan spent a number of years in Europe working closely with key clients including Airbus and EADS.