Mr Torney was appointed as a Non-Executive director on 11 June 2013. Mr Torney is a stockbroker with over 10 years’ experience in the Australian financial services industry during which time he has been involved in a number of successful stockbroking and equity capital markets businesses.
Mr Torney has experience in retail and institutional broking, capital raisings, share placements and initial public offerings in Australia and Asia, as well as assisted in dual listings on the OTCQX (USA).
Mr Torney has held numerous directorships in both public and private companies. Mr Torney is also a former director of listed company Zyber Holdings Ltd (from 9 January 2014 to 9 September 2015).
Mr Dykes was appointed as a Non-Executive director on 27 July 2015.
Mr Dykes has over 20 years’ experience in advising and building ASX-listed companies. He started his career with KPMG in the Taxation Division, later establishing KPMG's Technology Advisory practice in Sydney. There he advised large public and private companies on funding via private equity, government grants and tax incentive programs for research and development. Mr Dykes went on to establish a boutique technology advisory practice, advising many of Australia's largest ASX-listed and foreign corporates – including BHP, Telstra, Boral, General Motors Holden and Ford.
Mr Dykes progressed to executive and board roles with a number of early-stage ASX-listed technology companies, having principally invested in each of these to develop, commercialise and successfully exit. Peter is currently Executive Chairman of ASX listed diversified investment company Chapmans Limited (ASX:CHP) (since 8 June 2012).
Mr Dykes is also a former director of ASX listed companies Medadvisor Limited (30 November 2012 to 30 November 2015), SkyFii Limited (12 February 2013 to 20 November 2014), YPB Limited (2 August 2012 to 31 July 2014), and Tempo Australia Ltd (17 March 2010 to 4 November 2013).
Mr Dykes holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Victoria University (RMIT) and is a Fellow of the Tax Institute of Australia.
Mr Dunlop was appointed as a Non-Executive director on 27 July 2015.
Mr Dunlop has over 20 years of corporate advisory and investment experience in Australia, the US, Hong Kong and mainland China. Beginning his corporate finance career with ABN AMRO, Mr Dunlop has extensive experience in transaction and portfolio analysis and risk management for both debt and equity structured investments. He has advised numerous ASX-listed and private entities in a wide range of sectors including mobile technology, technical & engineering services, resources, finance and agriculture sectors. Mr Dunlop has a well-established private and public capital network in Australia, Hong Kong and mainland China. Mr Dunlop is active in China outbound and inbound investment with Australian businesses.
Mr Dunlop is an executive director of Chapmans Limited (since 4 November 2013), Chapmans’ nominee director for mobile technology commercialisation specialist Digital4ge Pty Ltd and mobile sports media business Digital Star Media Holdings Pty Ltd and a non-executive Chairman for waste to energy technology company Syn Dynamics Australia Pty Ltd.
Mr Dunlop holds a Bachelor of Economics from Macquarie University, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
Mrs Hunt has over fifteen years’ corporate and accounting experience with a particular interest in governance. Mrs Hunt has been involved in the IPO management, corporate advisory and company secretarial services, financial accounting and reporting and ASX and ASIC compliance management.
Mrs Hunt holds a BSc degree in Sustainable Development and has completed a Master of Accounting, the Governance Institute of Australia Certificate in Governance and Risk Management, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mrs Hunt is currently also Company Secretary of a number of other ASX listed entities.