Marcus Price has over 25 years’ experience building, leading and managing teams in the financial services and technology sectors.
Mr Price was the founding CEO of Property Exchange Australia (PEXA) for over nine years, from May 2010 to December 2019. From its beginnings as a start-up, Mr Price oversaw PEXA’s growth into a company capturing more than 75% of all property transactions in Australia, with a valuation of $1.6bn upon its trade sale in 2018. Under his leadership, PEXA was recognised as one of the top 20 best places to work in Australia’s Great Place to Work survey and won multiple awards for innovation and leadership.
Prior to this, Mr Price held senior positions with NAB, the Boston Consulting Group, Certane Group and previously served as Chief Executive and Executive Director of both Equifax and Dun & Bradstreet.
Independent Non-Executive Director since February 2021 and Chair since May 2021.
Roger has more than 30 years’ global experience in markets, technology and governance. He has advised, built, run and chaired a number of technology companies. Roger’s current governance roles include chairing Webjet Limited and the Lotteries Commission of New Zealand. He is also the founder of boutique technology investment bank, North Ridge Partners. His past executive roles included Global Head of Technology and CEO of Asia Pacific Securities for ABN AMRO Bank.
Independent Non-Executive Director since February 2015.
Niki has more than 30 years’ experience in financial technology and capital markets. She currently runs Market Structure Partners, a strategic consulting firm. Niki spent more than a decade in senior positions at Merrill Lynch International. She is currently Non-Executive Chair of listed entity Aquis Exchange Limited, which operates a pan-European stock exchange and technology business, and of privately owned XTX Markets, a quantitative-driven, electronic global market-maker. She is also a Non Executive Director of Kepler Cheuvreux UK Ltd, a French brokerage firm and of FMSB, Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Standards Board, a standard setting body for wholesale markets. She was previously on the board of MOEX, the Moscow Exchange and of Borsa Istanbul, the Turkish Exchange. She also spent 12 years on the Secondary Markets Advisory Committee to the European Securities Markets Authority and 6 years on the Regulatory Decisions Committee of the UK Financial Conduct Authority.
Non-Executive Director, since February 2020.
Michael has over 35 years’ experience in superannuation and investment, including 14 years as CEO of First State Super. He is a director of the Global Advisory Council of Tobacco Free Portfolios and the Sydney Financial Forum. Since 1998 Michael has also been a director and subsequently Chair of Australia for UNHCR, the private sector partner of the UN Refugee Agency. He is a life member of ASFA (Australia’s superannuation industry association) and the Fund Executives Association. After serving as a director, on 31 August 2020 Michael was appointed as the Chair of TCorp (New South Wales Treasury Corporation) and on 1 July 2021 Chair of Bennelong Funds Management.
Independent Non-Executive Director since October 2017. Chair of the People & Performance Committee since February 2020.
Julie has over 30 years of experience in technology, including in major organisations such as Western Mining, Exxon, Roy Morgan, General Motors and SAP, covering consulting, software vendor and chief information officer roles. In addition to her industry experience, Julie spent 10 years at KPMG as a partner with the firm, during which time she held roles as national lead partner telecommunications, media and technology, and national managing partner - markets. Julie was also a member of the KPMG National Executive Committee. Julie is a Non-Executive director of SEEK, Datacom Group, CenITex, Vocus Group, The Australian Red Cross Blood Service and non-profit disability services organisation Yooralla, and a member of the La Trobe University board.
Non-Executive Director, since February 2020. Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee since May 2021.
Trudy has over 20 years’ experience in retail banking, financial markets and investment. She is currently a director of Credit Corp Group and Cuscal Limited. Previous directorships include AMP Bank, A2B (Cabcharge), Ruralco Holdings Limited, Tennis NSW and the Westpac Staff Superannuation Fund. For 13 years Trudy held senior executive roles at Westpac and AMP across retail banking, finance, risk, technology & operations, and agribusiness.
Mr Glenning has over 25 years’ experience in the software industry, 14 of those living and working in Silicon Valley. He is currently the fund manager for Skalata Ventures, leading the investment into early-stage companies and helping them scale and grow into significant and sustainable businesses.
He is also a non-executive director of Pro Medicus Limited (ASX.PME), a leading provider of enterprise medical imaging and practice management software, and Austco Healthcare Limited (ASX.AHC), an international provider of healthcare communication and clinical workflow management solutions. In 1999, Mr Glenning founded Tonic Systems, a web application development company which he built up over eight years and sold to Google in 2007 as part of the Google Docs suite of products.
He worked with Google post-acquisition where he was a senior software engineer for two years. From 2010 to 2018, Mr Glenning was an investment director for Starfish Ventures, based in Melbourne, a venture capital firm specialising in Australian high-growth technology businesses, and during that time held directorships at Aktana, Atmail, DesignCrowd, MetaCDN and Nitro Software