David has had lifelong experience around the Stevenson Group operations, with lengthy times spent at management and board level in the Group’s quarrying, mining and agricultural operations.
Phillip is both a Director on the Stevenson Group Board and Chairman of the Family Council, where he has been involved for many years in the governance of the company.
Brett joined the Stevenson board following several years’ experience as Head of Direct Investment with the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. This role included acquisitions and sales of a number of major investments in timber, rural, infrastructure and other direct investment assets. As such Brett is well aligned with a number of industry segments where Stevenson is active.
Barry’s extensive skills and experience in the coal industry, plus general governance experience, makes him a valuable member of our board. Key aspects of his career to date are:
Murray is our newest board member, having joined us in mid-2016 to provide expertise in the property development sector as we approach the development phase of the Drury South project.
Murray’s past experience in senior property-related roles, which include Managing Director of Foodstuffs North Island, and General Manager of AMP Capital Investors NZ Ltd, are particularly valuable to the Group.
As well as Stevenson Group, Murray has a number of board roles including Chorus Ltd, Skycity Entertainment Group Ltd, and Metcash Ltd in Australia. He is also a trustee of the Starship Foundation.
Mark is Chief Executive of Stevenson Group, a position which he has held since early 2010. Prior to his current role, Mark was founding Chief Executive of TZ1, the global carbon registry, and prior to this Chief Executive of Vector.
Mark has extensive experience in the infrastructure, energy, and technology sectors in New Zealand, Australia and Asia. His Chief Executive roles in the IT and Telco sectors have encompassed both start up and consolidation activities.
Mark is a recent past Director of New Zealand Railways Corporation (Kiwirail) and is a current Director of WEL Networks, UltraFast Broadband, Chamber of Commerce and Stevenson Group. Mark has also been a member of the Prime Minister’s Climate Change Leadership forum and the Australia New Zealand Joint Prime Ministers leadership Forum.