Board

Frontier’s Board of Directors comprises a non-executive Director nominated by each shareholder and an independent Chair.

 

Chair

Gabriel Szondy

Gabriel has over 35 years of experience in the taxation and superannuation industries and was a senior partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers for over a decade. He holds a number of other senior appointments including Independent Director of CARE Super, and Special Advisor to the Centre for Investor Education (CIE). Mr Szondy is a Fellow of the Association of Superannuation Funds in Australia, a member of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees and a former Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and the Taxation Institute of Australia. He has a Diploma of Business Studies (Commerce) from the Gordon Institute of Technology (now Deakin University).

Directors

Angela Emslie

Angela has extensive experience as a professional Trustee Director having served on a range of industry fund and related boards for over 20 years. She is currently Chair of HESTA and a Board Member of the Principles for Responsible Investment. She served as a Director of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees from 2002 to 2016 including as President from 2014 to 2016, and was previously a Trustee Director of CareSuper, Vision Super, VicSuper and AusFund. With 30 years of experience as a senior manager, line manager, and adviser to management, Angela has extensive experience in a vast range of management and human resource issues. In addition to her Trustee role, Angela is a founding director of the consulting firm LIME Management Group that provides management consulting services primarily to the health and community services sector. Angela is also a director of Suicide Prevention Australia and a director of Principles for Responsible Investment. Angela has a Master of Business and a Bachelor of Economics and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees.

David Atkin

David is Chief Executive Officer of CBUS. Prior to taking up his role at CBUS in 2008, David held CEO roles at Emergency Services and State Super (ESSSuper) and JUST Super. Prior to that David was the Marketing Executive for STA. In addition to his role on the Frontier Board he is also a member of the CEO panel for the Investor Group on Climate Change. David has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from the University of Melbourne, Master of Arts from Latrobe University, and a Diploma of Financial Services. In 2011 he was recognised with a distinguished alumni award from La Trobe University for his work in the sustainable finance field.

Lucio Di Bartolomeo

Lucio is an Employer Director on the AustralianSuper Board of Trustees, having been appointed to that role by the Ai Group in March 2008. He is Chair of Northwest Rapid Transit and Eco Logical Australia and the immediate past National President of the Ai Group. His previous experience includes Chair of Macquarie Generation, Managing Director of ADI Limited and Country Director of Thales Australia. He has held several senior positions within the transport industry including Managing Director of FreightCorp and President of the Australasian Railway Association. Lucio is a qualified civil engineer and holds a Master of Engineering Science from the University of NSW.

Scott McDine

Scott is a member representative of First Super. He has seven years of governance experience and is a former Director of Australian Super, Cbus, a former executive member of the ACTU, and former National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union. He has extensive experience in the manufacturing industry and has previously been the National Secretary and Assistant National Secretary of the Australian Workers’ Union. Scott has worked as a service person for Alcoa at its alumina refinery in Western Australia for 18 years. Scott is currently a Capital Projects Officer at Transport Workers Union.

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