CVC Limited – Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of the Company is responsible for the corporate governance of CVC. The Board is required to act with the utmost integrity, honesty, in good faith, and in the best interest of the Company as a whole in the execution of its duties including setting, guiding and monitoring the business and affairs of the Company, including compliance with regulatory, legal and ethical standards. The Board is responsible for the oversight of reporting to the shareholders by whom they are elected and to whom they are accountable.
The directors in office are as follows:
Mark began his professional career at Macquarie Group in 2002 where he was employed for five years in its property finance division as well as its residential development divisions. Mark then moved to a private Melbourne based developer before joining a subsidiary of Mirvac in the industrial property sector. Since commencing at CVC Limited in 2010, Mark has been responsible for the group’s real estate investment activities. In that period CVC has provided investment loans to property developers and investment groups while also participating in joint venture opportunities with well credentialed partners. Mark is RG146 compliant and holds bachelor degrees in Commerce and Planning & Design from the University of Melbourne.
B.Bus. (Bond University)
Alex has over 15 years’ experience in the property industry.
He commenced his career with Sunland Group Limited (ASX:SDG). Alex worked in all aspects of the business from site acquisition and feasibility analysis to construction and project management.
In 2007, Alex joined a private Melbourne property development corporation, concentrating on land subdivisions and site identification.
In 2010, Alex returned to Sydney where he is a founding partner of LeaMac Property Group. He is actively involved as an executive director in the day to day management of LeaMac and CVC’s joint holdings at Marsden Park, Turrella and Liverpool.
Alex holds a Business Degree (B.Bus.) from Bond University and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD).
Mr Campbell is currently a Non-Executive Director of Kip McGrath Education Centres Limited (ASX:KME) and Redox Pty Limited. Mr Campbell’s previous Non-Executive Director roles include Gloria Jeans Coffees International Pty Limited, Young Achievement Australia Limited and Green’s Foods Holdings Pty Limited. Mr Campbell brings to CVC 30 years of experience as a former partner with Ernst and Young and predecessor firms, principally working with entrepreneurial companies in preparing them for growth, sale and the capital markets.