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Investment Committee Members

Geoff Lovell - Chairman and Non-Executive Member

Mr Lovell has developed a professional career as a senior executive and non-executive director with over 25 years’ experience in real estate,...

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Mr Lovell has developed a professional career as a senior executive and non-executive director with over 25 years’ experience in real estate, investment management, banking, risk management, corporate governance, management consulting and engineering. He has also had extensive voluntary involvements in for-purpose enterprises in education and Indigenous Australia. Mr Lovell was most recently Deputy Head of St Paul’s College at the University of Sydney (2016-2019), having previously worked at Macquarie Group Limited (2001-2015) and Lend Lease Corporation (1997-2001). At Macquarie, Mr Lovell held a number of positions including Head of Commercial Property Lending and Chief Executive Officer of Macquarie ProLogis Trust, a property trust listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. Mr Lovell is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, was Chairman of the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) 2008-17, and is Honorary Secretary of the Council of Shore School. He holds First Class honours degrees from the University of Sydney (in Civil Engineering) and the University of Oxford (in Philosophy, Politics and Economics).

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David Ward - Non-Executive Member

Mr Hamilton is a Director at PwC’s Indigenous Consulting. Mr Hamilton is a Wakka Wakka man whose family has links to the South Burnett region of...

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Mr Hamilton is a Director at PwC’s Indigenous Consulting. Mr Hamilton is a Wakka Wakka man whose family has links to the South Burnett region of Queensland. He is inspired by his grandparents who saw that a stable home and a good education were key to achieving in life. Previously the Chief Executive of the NSW Aboriginal Housing Office, his career has taken him right across Australia working in the Government, private and not-for-profit sectors in senior management roles. Mr Hamilton was an integral member of the working party that established the successful model for Derby Regional Prison, playing a key consultative role across WA and drawing on his experience as a prisons operations manager. Mr Hamilton delivered the national building stimulus program in WA, developing additional public housing across the state following his roles of Executive Director of the Aboriginal Housing and General Manager Service Delivery. In his dual role as WA and SA State Manager of Community Housing Limited, a global community housing provider, Mr Hamilton responded to the challenge of developing and delivering housing options in partnership with the private sector and Government, particularly for programs with integrated wrap-around services. Under Mr Hamilton’s leadership his organisation managed the award-winning East Kimberley Transitional Housing Program. Recently he led an Organisational Transformation program whilst the CEO of the Aboriginal Housing office in NSW.

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Shane Hamilton – Non-Executive Member

Mr Hamilton is a Director at PwC’s Indigenous Consulting. Mr Hamilton is a Wakka Wakka man whose family has links to the South Burnett region of...

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Mr Hamilton is a Director at PwC’s Indigenous Consulting. Mr Hamilton is a Wakka Wakka man whose family has links to the South Burnett region of Queensland. He is inspired by his grandparents who saw that a stable home and a good education were key to achieving in life. Previously the Chief Executive of the NSW Aboriginal Housing Office, his career has taken him right across Australia working in the Government, private and not-for-profit sectors in senior management roles. Mr Hamilton was an integral member of the working party that established the successful model for Derby Regional Prison, playing a key consultative role across WA and drawing on his experience as a prisons operations manager. Mr Hamilton delivered the national building stimulus program in WA, developing additional public housing across the state following his roles of Executive Director of the Aboriginal Housing and General Manager Service Delivery. In his dual role as WA and SA State Manager of Community Housing Limited, a global community housing provider, Mr Hamilton responded to the challenge of developing and delivering housing options in partnership with the private sector and Government, particularly for programs with integrated wrap-around services. Under Mr Hamilton’s leadership his organisation managed the award-winning East Kimberley Transitional Housing Program. Recently he led an Organisational Transformation program whilst the CEO of the Aboriginal Housing office in NSW.

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Cronje Wolvaardt - Executive Member

Mr Wolvaardt has 13 years of asset and fund management experience with a strong financial and business background having worked in a diverse range of...

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Mr Wolvaardt has 13 years of asset and fund management experience with a strong financial and business background having worked in a diverse range of roles including investment analysis, funds management and corporate finance. In addition to being an Executive Director on the board of the Investment Manager, Mr Wolvaardt is the Director of Investment and Asset Management at IBA, where he is responsible for overseeing a diverse multi-asset portfolio with assets valued in excess of $480 million. Mr Wolvaardt has previously held the role of Head of Fund Products and also Head of Acquisitions for IBA. Mr Wolvaardt has extensive acquisition and joint venture experience including having been responsible for numerous acquisitions as well as undertaking the divestment of multiple assets to IBA’s long term Indigenous partners as well as third parties. Mr Wolvaardt also has significant funds management experience including establishing IBA’s Indigenous Prosperity Funds. Mr Wolvaardt sits on a range of boards, including two commercial property assets, and works closely with IBA’s Indigenous partners to ensure strong financial and social outcomes are delivered. Mr Wolvaardt has a Bachelor of Accounting and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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