Corporate Governance

In fulfilling its obligations and responsibilities to its various stakeholders, the Board of the Company is a strong advocate of corporate governance. The Board has adopted corporate governance policies and practices consistent with the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations where considered appropriate for a company of the Company’s size and nature.

Board Charter

Code of Conduct

Security Trading Policy

Market Disclosure Policy

Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter

Delegations Policy

Corporate Governance Statement

Board

Alan Hoffman

Non-Executive Chairman

Alan Hoffman has more than 20 years’ experience in executive management roles in organisations such as Shell Australia, the Wesfarmers Group and the Coventry Group.

His core strengths are improving business performance, influencing and managing change, and expertly motivating and guiding teams towards the attainment of goals.

Commercially astute and strategically focused, Alan is widely acknowledged within the market for his business acumen and the ability to deliver on business objectives. Importantly, Alan brings a deep understanding of commercialisation within the technology sector and the ability to drive revenues into a business. He also holds the position as Chairman of Optiscan (ASX:OIL).

Robert Day

Non-Executive Director & Founder

Robert Day is an experienced recruitment executive across a range of industries including manufacturing, transport, farming, hospitality, LPG and construction.

Robert founded Rision Pty Ltd, formerly Employment Management Systems Pty Ltd/ Skills Connect Pty Ltd, in 2000, recognising the ability to better manage contingent employees through technology solutions. Rision has grown to encompass all aspects of hiring, managing and supporting contingent employees. In 2014, Robert sought funding to pivot the company, and develop a fully integrated mobile solution.

Prior to founding Rision, Robert established and managed a successful recruitment business for casual workers, servicing large clients across construction, transport and manufacturing industries. Previously, Robert held senior roles with Shell Chemicals and Shell Gas. He has also managed his own hospitality business. 

Robert grew up in regional New South Wales, Australia and is as passionate about golf as he is technology. He has served on a number of Boards and Committees to support rural communities and farming.

Peter Francis

Non-executive Director

Peter Francis is a Partner of FAL Lawyers, a firm of commercial and technology lawyers with offices in Melbourne, Australia.

He is one of Australia’s pre-eminent lawyers on technology commercialisation and is considered to be a ‘true expert with years of experience’, ‘particularly esteemed in non-contentious circles for his dexterous handling of commercialisation work for research organisations and technology developers’ (IAM Licensing 250, 2011/2012, IAM Patent 1000, 2012).

Peter is Chairman of Benitec Biopharma Ltd (ASX:BLT), Non-Executive Director of Optiscan (ASX:OIL) and a number of other non-executive director roles.

Justin Mouchacca

Company Secretary

Justin Mouchacca holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in Accounting. He graduated from RMIT University in 2008, became a Chartered Accountant in 2011 and since July 2013 has been the principal of chartered accounting firm, Leydin Freyer Corp Pty Ltd.

The practice provides outsourced company secretarial and accounting services to public and private companies specialising in the resources, technology, internet, healthcare, bioscience and biotechnology sectors. Justin has 10 years’ experience in the accounting profession and has extensive experience in relation to public company responsibilities, including ASX and ASIC compliance, implementation of corporate governance, statutory financial reporting, reorganisation of Companies and shareholder relations. He is based in Melbourne, Victoria.