Board of Directors
Chairman, Founding Director, Non-Independent, Non-Executive, BEc, LLB, MBA
Appointment: Director, November 2006
Bio: Andrew became a founding director of the original FlexiRent business in 1991. He is an experienced commercial and tax lawyer and was a founding partner in a legal firm operating in both Sydney and Melbourne. Following several years in property investment and tax consulting, he became involved in the FlexiRent business in 1991, and until 2003 was Chief Executive Officer.
Independent, Non-Executive, BCom, ACA, MBA
Bio: Rajeev represented Colonial First State Private Equity (CFSPE) managed funds on the board of FlexiRent Holdings Pty Ltd from February 2003 to December 2004. Upon CFSPE’s exit from Flexirent Holdings in December 2004, Rajeev continued in an advisory capacity to the FlexiRent business. Currently a partner of Equity Partners, Rajeev has 14 years’ venture capital and private equity experience and has been a director of a number of listed and unlisted portfolio companies.
Independent, Non Executive
Bio: Christine Christian is a leading Australian business executive with more than 30 years’ experience in financial services, investment, private equity, credit risk management and digital media including executive and advisory roles in Australia, China, India and the United States. Prior to her board career, Christine was CEO of Dun & Bradstreet Australia and New Zealand from 1997 to 2012, Chairman of Dun & Bradstreet Consumer Credit Services and Executive Director of Dun & Bradstreet India.
Christine is currently Chairman of Kirwood Capital and a Non-Executive Director of ME Bank, Lonsec Fiscal Group, the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority and New York based Powerlinx Inc. She is Deputy President and board member of the State Library of Victoria, a member of the La Trobe University Council and past President of Chief Executive Women.
Independent, Non Executive, B.Bus, AICD, FAMI CPM
Bio: Jodie is a professional company director with over 25 years of global experience in corporate strategy, marketing and digital disruption. Her governance and executive experience spans a range of industries including media, financial services, consumer goods, telecommunications, travel, tourism and professional services. As a former executive, Jodie held senior commercial positions in strategic marketing and corporate strategy in ASX, NYSE and FTSE listed companies, including GE, British Airways, Nine Network, Telstra and Colgate Palmolive in New York. Jodie was formerly the Vice President of Strategy & Marketing at GE Money and GE Capital, before leaving to successfully establish her own consulting business.
Jodie’s board experience spans financial services, banking, tourism, education, superannuation and sport. She currently sits on the Board of the RACV, Beyond Bank Australia and Kinetic Superannuation, as well as chairing various committees.
Independent, Non Executive
Bio: Carole Campbell is a professional company director with more than 30 years’ experience in a diverse range of industries including professional services, financial services, media, mining and industrial services and hospitality. Carole commenced her career with KPMG and in her executive career held senior finance roles including with Macquarie Group, Westpac Institutional Bank, Seven West Media, Bis Industries and Merivale.
Carole is a Council Member of the Australian Film Television and Radio School where she is Chair of the Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee. She is also a Non-Executive Director of The Sydney Film Festival and Chair of its Finance Committee. Carole is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (FCA) and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).