Richard is an experienced company director and previously worked for Ernst & Young for 15 years, mostly with the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency division. He was a Partner from 1988 to 1994 and an Executive Consultant from 1994 to 2003.
Richard is currently the Chairman of QANTM Intellectual Property Limited. He was previously Chairman of Ruralco Holdings Limited, where he was a director for over 14 years. In addition, Richard is a nonexecutive director of Macquarie Atlas Roads Limited, Nanosonics Limited and Japara Healthcare Limited.
Richard is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Steven comes to Nutrano with a 25 year career in food industry leadership roles working with major consumer food brands and perishable food production sectors including dairy, bakery and agricultural foods across Australia and New Zealand.
Steven’s most recent experience was as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ASX-listed Patties Foods Limited. Steven is currently a non-executive director of Meat and Livestock Australia Limited, one of Australia’s largest Rural Research and Development Corporations.
Steven’s other career experience includes holding senior executive leadership roles with George Weston Foods, Findus Australia, National Foods Limited, Simplot Australia and Pacific Brands Food Group. From 2010 to 2014, Steven was the Managing Director (Pacific region) for Compagnie de Saint-Gobain, a global industrial products conglomerate listed on the French stock exchange.
Steven holds a Master of Business Administration degree and a Graduate Diploma in Marketing. He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
Malcolm is an experienced agronomist and has been professionally engaged in the agricultural sector for more than 22 years. During this time, he has held senior agronomy positions at Crop Tech, T-Systems and John Deere Water. These roles have seen him provide consultancy services throughout the Asia Pacific region, covering most farming areas and industries.
Malcolm currently holds a full-time position with John Deere Ltd as a Precision Agriculture Agronomist supporting the Australian and New Zealand markets. This role sees him engage with advanced technology and agronomic practices across a wide range of farming systems to support, data driven, integrated and sustainable crop production practices for leading growers.
Malcolm is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Member of CropConsultants Queensland.
Brad is the co-founder of Nutrano and was appointed as a Director on 24 November 2015.
Brad is the Chief Executive Officer of FC Capital. He has over 23 years’ experience in financial markets, specialising in project, infrastructure, capital markets and credit based portfolio management. Brad has extensive transaction experience in structured lending and receivables management. In addition, Brad was the founder of formerly ASX-listed Ethane Pipeline Income Fund, Senior Vice President of Bankers Trust Australia and Senior Executive of SBC Australia.
Peter has over 25 years’ experience in a range of senior roles. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Think Holdings, a Melbourne-based procurement and payments technology business. Prior to joining Think Holdings, he was the Managing Director and Head of Industrials, Food, Beverages and Agribusiness at Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s Institutional Banking Business. He is also a former Partner at the investment banking firm Goldman Sachs JBWere and former Chief Financial Officer of ASX-listed Asciano Ltd.
Peter is an experienced company director, and currently serves on the board of the Brisbane Lions Australian Football Club. He is a former Chairman of the Port of Geelong and a former director of Melbourne, Gold Coast and Darwin Airports, and of the ASX-listed Australian Infrastructure Fund. He has also previously served as a member of the Prime Minister’s Rail Projects Task Force and the Business Council of the National Gallery of Victoria.