Mr Gooding was formerly a long standing partner at Ernst & Young and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. He has over 35 years’ experience and is currently the Senior Partner of Gooding Partners where he advises a wide range of businesses with an emphasis on taxation and accounting issues, due diligence, feasibilities and general business advice.
Mr Gooding is a member of the Audit Committee and Remuneration Committee.
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Matthys was Vice President Corporate Affairs for the BHP Billiton Group in Western Australia until 30 June 2016. He has held senior roles in Iron Ore and Aluminium marketing with responsibility for global sales and customer relationships. From 2008 to 2011 he managed the Worsley Alumina Joint Venture between BHP Billiton, Japan Alumina Associates and Sojitz Corporation. Worsley Alumina is one of the largest alumina refineries in the world producing 3.5 million tonnes of alumina per annum. He is currently Chair of Doray Minerals Ltd, Chair of Council at John XXIII College, Perth and a Board Member at Celebrate WA. Mr Matthys was appointed as interim Chief Executive Officer of Quintis on 3 April 2017.
Mr Groppoli is an experienced lawyer. He was a partner of a national law firm Deacons (now Norton Rose) from 1987 to 2004 where he specialised in franchising, mergers and acquisitions, and corporation governance. Mr Groppoli left private practice in 2004 and is currently Managing Director of RGM Equity whose business operations consist of the marketing and distribution of premium international homewares, optical products and accessories, occupational health and safety products and the provision of micro third party logistics / warehousing.
Mr Groppoli has been a Non-Executive Director of Automotive Holdings Group since July 2006 and is the Chairman of their Remuneration and Nomination Committees.
Mr Groppoli is a member of the Audit Committee (Chairman), Remuneration Committee and Risk Management Committee.
Most recently, Mr Kay was Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of listed salary packaging company, McMillan Shakespeare Ltd, a position he held for six years. Previously Mr Kay had been CEO of the national insurer, AAMI, after serving in a variety of senior roles with that company. Prior to joining AAMI, Mr Kay spent 12 years in private legal practice. Mr Kay is a Director of Royal Automobile Club Insurance (WA), IMF Bentham Limited and Apply Direct Ltd (Executive Chairman). He is a former member of the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council, the Administrative Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia, the Victorian Government Finance Industry Council and the Committee for Melbourne.
Mr Kay is a member of the Risk Management Committee (Chairman) and Audit Committee.