Paul was appointed a Director of both the Company and the Responsible Entity (also the Responsible Entity of ECF) in June 2014. Paul has had a career of over 30 years in financial services, originally as an analyst, fund manager and then the GM & Chief Investment Officer for Mercantile Mutual Investment Management Ltd (ING owned) from 1987 to 1995.
Paul was an executive for 26 years with the Dutch global banking, insurance and investment group, ING, retiring in 2010. Paul’s career included the roles of: President and CEO of ING Direct Bank, Canada (2000 – 2003), CEO of the ING Australia/ANZ Bank Wealth JV (2003-2008) and Regional CEO, ING Asia Pacific, Hong Kong (2008 – 2010). Paul is currently the Chairman of Zurich Financial Services Australia and its Life, General and Investment Companies, and a non-executive director of Great Southern Bank and the National Blood Authority.
Glenn has extensive industry knowledge with over 30 years' experience in the Australian and international capital markets. Glenn was the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Moss Capital, prior to the establishment and ASX listing of Elanor Investors Group in July 2014. Prior to Moss Capital, Glenn co-founded Grange Securities and led the team in his role as Managing Director and CEO.
After 12 years of growth, Grange Securities, was acquired by Lehman Brothers International in 2007, as the platform for Lehman's Australian investment banking and funds management operations. Glenn was appointed Managing Director and Country Head in March 2007. In 2008, Glenn was appointed executive Vice Chairman of Lehman Brothers Australia.
Glenn is a Director of the FSHD Global Research Foundation.
Nigel was appointed a Director of both the Company and the Responsible Entity (also the Responsible Entity of ECF) in June 2014. Nigel was a Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers for 22 years where he held a number of leadership positions, including heading the financial services audit, business advisory services and consulting businesses.
He also held a number of senior client Lead Partner roles. Nigel has extensive experience in risk management, technology, consulting and auditing in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Nigel’s current Directorships include a Chairman with Great Southern Bank, where he is Chair of CCI Ltd and a member of the Strategy Committee, non-executive director of Quickstep Holdings Ltd where he is Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee and non-executive Director of the Australia Red Cross Blood Service, where he is a member of the Finance and Audit Committee and a member of the Risk Committee. Nigel has also been a member of the Grameen Foundation Australia charity board since 2012.
Tony was appointed as a Director of both the Company and the Responsible Entity (also the Responsible Entity of ECF) in August 2019. Tony has more than 30 years’ experience working with some of Australia’s leading financial services and funds management businesses. He has broad experience in operational and leadership roles across many industries.
Tony is an Executive Director of Volt Bank Limited and has primary responsibility for capital management. He is also director of enLighten Australia Pty Limited and Team Mates Pty Limited. Previously Tony was an Executive Director of Macquarie Bank Limited where he was involved in the formation and listing of several of Macquarie’s listed property trusts including being a director of the listed leisure trust.
Tony has continued to be involved in developing and completing investment structures for real estate investment and development, financial assets and leisure assets.
Su Kiat was appointed a Director of both the Company and the Responsible Entity (also the Responsible Entity of ECF) in October 2021. With over 18 years’ of diverse real estate experience, Su Kiat is currently CEO of Firmus Capital. Prior to joining Firmus, Su Kiat co-founded Rockworth Capital Partners in 2011 and was the firm’s Chief Investment Officer.
Before Rockworth, Su Kiat was the Investment manager at Frasers Commercial Trust and Director of Funds Management at Allco Finance Group. Su Kiat started his career at Urbis as a retail economics consultant in Australia.
Karyn was appointed a Director of both the Company and the Responsible Entity (also the Responsible Entity of ECF) in November 2021.
Karyn has led a distinguished business career in Australia and internationally, having held a range of senior management and C-suite executive roles in multinational businesses including at Optus, Insurance Australia Group and Senior Vice President The Americas at Qantas Airways. In 2009 she was appointed CEO of Jawun and spent 12 years working with some of the leading indigenous reform voices in the country along with outstanding organisations. She retired from Jawun in January 2022.
Karyn has received a number of awards, notably a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AM) for significant service to the Indigenous community in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours and The Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Award in Diversity in 2015. Karyn is also a current member of Chief Executive Women (CEW) and Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Previous Board positions include CARE Australia, Cure Cancer, Grocon Holdings Pty Ltd and NRMA Financial Management and Life Nominees.
Victor was appointed a Director of both the Company and the Responsible Entity (also the Responsible Entity of ECF) in July 2023. Victor is currently Chief Executive, Funds Management of Challenger Limited (ASX:CFG) (Challenger), having been appointed to that role in August 2022, following five years as Head of Fixed Income within the Challenger Investment Management business.
Victor has over 30 years’ investment management experience. Prior to joining Challenger, Victor was head of Asia Pacific Fixed Income at Aberdeen Asset Management based in Singapore between 2014 to 2017. There he led a team of more than 30 investment professionals across the region. He was also a Regional Director overseeing the wider Aberdeen business.
Prior to relocating to Singapore, Victor led Aberdeen’s Australian Fixed Income business. Victor also held various roles over 13 years at Credit Suisse Asset Management in Australia, including Deputy Head of Fixed Income for three years up to 2009.”