Peter Mattick AM co-founded Salmat Limited in 1979 and served as its Joint Managing Director until his retirement from executive duties with Salmat in October 2009. Since that time Peter has remained as a Non-executive Director of the company, assuming the role of Chairman in November 2013.
Peter has served as Chairman and Director of the Australian Direct Marketing Association and is a member of the National Aboriginal Sports Corporation. He is a Fellow of CPA Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Governor of the Advisory Council for the Institute of Neuromuscular Research and Chairman of The Shepherd Centre.
Peter was educated at the University of New South Wales where he gained a Bachelor of Commerce degree. He was awarded a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia in 2014.
Non-executive Director (Independent) and Chairman of the Innovation and Technology Committee
Fiona is an independent non-executive director of Metcash Limited, TAL (Dai-ichi Life) Australia and Airservices Australia; a Council Member and Treasurer of Knox Grammar School, a Member of Chief Executive Women, a Fellow of Monash University and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Fiona is a former Trustee of the National Breast Cancer Foundation, former Chair of the St James’ King Street Conservation Appeal, former Council Member of Chief Executive Women and is a former non-executive director of SITA SC (Geneva).
Fiona’s executive career in information technology culminated with her appointment as Chief Information Officer and Member of the Qantas Executive Committee (2001–06) for the Qantas Group and Chief Information Officer of Telstra (2006–07). She has over 36 years’ experience working across a variety of industries including aviation, information services, financial services, telecommunication and distribution, logistics, the education sector and not for profits.
Fiona holds a BA (Hons) from Monash University, a Grad. Dip. Information Management from UNSW and an MBA from the RMIT.
Non-executive Director (Lead Independent) and Chairman of Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee
John Thorn has been a Non-executive Director of Salmat Limited since September 2003. John is a professional Director and brings expertise to the Board in the areas of accounting, financial services, mergers and acquisitions, business advisory, risk management and general management.
He has 38 years of professional experience with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where he was a Partner from 1982 to 2003 advising major international and Australian companies. He served on the firm`s Board, was the Managing Partner of PwC's Assurance and Business Advisory practice and was the National Managing Partner of PwC until 2003. He has experience in Asia having lived and worked in Singapore and Indonesia.
John is a Non-executive Director of Amcor Limited (appointed December 2004), a former Director of National Australia Bank Limited (2003-2014) and former Director of Caltex Australia (June 2004-2013). His Board committee experience includes Audit Committees (Chairman), Human Resources Committees, IT Committees, Nomination Committees and Risk.
Non-executive Director (Independent)
Mark is managing director of the thoroughbred sales group William Inglis and Son Limited. He has had extensive hands-on experience in extending traditional businesses into the online environment, both in the media industry and his current role. Mark also established the Inglis Digital Division, which operates bloodstock.com.au and horsezone.com.au – both market leaders.
Mark has served on a number of boards over the past ten years including REA Limited (realestate.com.au) and Nationwide News Limited.
Stephen Bardwell is the Company Secretary of Salmat and has held this position since October 2002. With over 25 years experience in senior commercial roles, Stephen joined Salmat as Group Financial Controller in 1989 and has actively participated in the expansion and development of the company in both Australia and Asia. Stephen is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.