The Eclipx Group Board Directors bring a breadth of expertise and skills, including industry and business knowledge, financial management skills and corporate governance experience.

 Kerry-RoxburghKerry Roxburgh
Chairman and Independent Non-Executive since 26 March 2015

Kerry Roxburgh has more than 50 years’ experience in the financial services industry. He is currently Chairman of Tyro Payments Ltd and is the lead Independent Non-Executive Director of Ramsay Health Care Ltd. He is also a Non-Executive Director of the Medical Indemnity Protection Society and MIPS Insurance Ltd, and was previously a member of the Advisory Board of AON Risk Solutions in Australia.

Kerry was previously CEO of E*TRADE Australia and was subsequently Non-Executive Chairman until it was acquired by ANZ in 2007. Prior to his time at E*TRADE, Kerry was an Executive Director of HSBC Bank Australia where, for 10 years, he held various positions including Head of Corporate Finance and Executive Chairman of HSBC James Capel Australia. Prior to HSBC, Kerry spent 20 years as a Chartered Accountant with HLB Mann Judd and previously at Arthur Andersen.

Kerry is a Practitioner Member of the Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers Association of Australia.

In addition to Eclipx Group Ltd, during the last three years Kerry also served as a Director for the following listed company: Ramsay Health Care Ltd (appointed July 1997).

Gail-PembertonGail Pemberton
Independent Non-Executive Director since 26 March 2015

Gail Pemberton’s executive roles have included Chief Operating Officer UK at BNP Paribas Securities Services and CEO and Managing Director, BNP Paribas Securities Services, Australia and New Zealand. Gail joined BNP Paribas after a highly successful 20-year career at Macquarie Bank, where she held the role of Group CIO for 12 years and subsequently as COO of the Financial Services Group in her last three years at Macquarie.

Gail’s current Board roles include Non-Executive Director of Eclipx (ASX:ECX) and Prospa. She has also worked with both the Federal and NSW Government in the past as an independent adviser on major transformation programs and talent and capability enhancement. She previously served on the Boards of Melbourne IT (ASX:MLB), OneVue (ASX:OVH), SIRCA and RoZetta Technology and Onthehouse (ASX:OTH) as independent Chair, and as a Candidate Non-Executive Director of the Colonial First State Group (being demerged from Commonwealth Bank of Australia ASX:CBA) and as Non-Executive Director for PayPal Australia, QIC, UXC (ASX:UXC), Baycorp, Alleron Funds Management, Air Services Australia, the Sydney Opera House Trust and Harvey World Travel (ASX:HWT).

Gail was awarded the Order of Australia (AO) in the 2018 Australia Day Honours list for distinguished service to the finance and banking industry, to business through a range of roles, as an advocate for technology, and as a mentor to women.

Trevor-AllenTrevor Allen
Independent Non-Executive Director since 26 March 2015

Trevor Allen has over 40 years’ corporate and commercial experience, primarily as a corporate and financial adviser to Australian and international corporates.

He is a Non-Executive Director of Peet Ltd and Freedom Foods Group Ltd and a Non-Executive Alternate Director, Company Secretary and Public Officer of Australian Fresh Milk Holdings Pty Ltd and Fresh Dairy One Pty Ltd.

He is also a Non-Executive Director of Topco Investments Pty Ltd, the holding company of Real Pet Food Company Limited.

Prior to undertaking non-executive roles in 2012, Trevor held senior executive positions as an Executive Director – Corporate Finance at SBC Warburg and its predecessors for eight years and as a Corporate Finance Partner at KPMG for nearly 12 years. At the time of his retirement from KPMG in 2011 he was the Lead Partner in its National Mergers and Acquisitions Group.

Trevor was Director – Business Development for Cellarmaster Wines from 1997 to 2000, having responsibility for the acquisition, integration and performance of a number of acquisitions made outside Australia in that period.

During the last three years Trevor has also served as a Director for the following companies: Aon Superannuation Pty Ltd (resigned August 2016), Yowie Group Ltd (resigned January 2018) and Brighte Capital Pty Ltd (resigned June 2018).

Russell-ShieldsRussell Shields
Independent Non-executive Director since 26 March 2015

Russell Shields has more than 35 years’ experience in financial services, including six years as Chairman of ANZ Bank, Queensland and Northern Territory.

Prior to joining ANZ, Russell held senior executive roles with HSBC, including Managing Director Asia Pacific – Transport, Construction and Infrastructure
and State Manager Queensland, HSBC Bank Australia. He was previously Chairman of Onyx Property Group Pty Ltd.

During the last three years Russell has also served as a Director for the following listed companies: Aquis Entertainment Ltd (appointed August 2015) and Retail Food Group Ltd (resigned October 2018).

Linda-JenkinsonLinda Jenkinson
Independent Non-executive Director since 4 January 2018

Linda Jenkinson is a proven global entrepreneur who has started three multi-national companies, one of which listed on the NASDAQ.

Most recently she was the co-founder of John Paul, a global concierge services and digital solutions company that services some of the world’s leading customer facing businesses.

Linda is currently a Director of Guild Group Holdings and Air New Zealand (AIR) in New Zealand, a Director of Harbour Asset Management and the Director and Secretary of the Massey Foundation in New Zealand and the United States. Previously she was a partner at A.T. Kearney in their Global Financial Services Practice and was a leader in A.T. Kearney Global Sourcing Practice.

Linda holds a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Business Studies from Massey University.

In 2016, Linda was named a World Class New Zealander by Kea and as one of the most influential women in the Bay Area for 2014 by the San Francisco Business Times.

In 2014 Linda was a recipient of Massey University’s Sir Geoffrey Peren Award, which recognises a graduate who has reached the highest level of achievement or who has been of significant service to the university, community or nation.