Nicholas Minogue retired from Macquarie Group in 2009 after a banking career spanning 32 years. Nick was Head of Risk Management at Macquarie for 10 years and a member of the Executive Committee for nine years. Nick worked in trade finance and corporate banking in London and Hong Kong before joining Macquarie.
Nick is also a Director of Social Enterprise Finance Australia, President of the Kangaroo Valley Arts Festival and a member of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council Economic Advisory Committee.
Jack is the joint CIO and Managing Director of Morphic which was established in 2012. He had careers in corporate finance and as an international financial journalist and has been involved in the research and investment of global equities and other Securities for more than 30 years. Jack has a BA and a MA from Oxford University and in 2009 he completed the three-year part-time Owner/President Management Course at Harvard Business School.
He was the Deputy Chief Investment Officer at Hunter Hall, responsible for risk management and portfolio construction. He joined Hunter Hall when it had just $13m under management in 1997 and played a key role in building it to a peak of just under $3 billion in FUM. In his ten years as a Portfolio Manager with Hunter Hall he generated substantial out-performance.
Chad co-founded Morphic Asset Management in 2012. He was previously a Portfolio Manager and Head of Currency and Macroeconomics at Hunter Hall for five years.
Prior to this, Chad was an Investment analyst at BT Financial Group including a secondment to Putnam Investments in Boston. He began his career as an Economist at Australian Federal Treasury.
As a stock picker, Chad is also a generalist but has strong regional knowledge of Europe and the Americas.
Chad holds a B.Comm and a B.Econ (Hons) from the University of Queensland and has completed the Chartered Financial Analyst (“CFA”) program and been awarded the CFA Charter.
George Gabriel brings 20 years of financial markets experience in investment banking, private equity, principal investments and equities research.
For the first 10 years of his career, he worked in investment banks Credit Suisse First Boston and Deutsche Bank, firstly in equities research and then investment banking. He was also a Director of Private Equity at ANZ Banking Group.
In the most recent 10 years of his career, he has specialised in equities research of Australian listed companies. His clients include most of Australia’s institutional funds managers. He has worked in equities research at BBY, Evans & Partners (where he was a Partner) and is currently at Wilson HTM.
He has a Bachelor of Commerce/ Bachelor of Laws from UNSW (with Merit), Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance and Investment (Fellow of FINSIA). George has passed all 3 levels of the CFA exam, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
Ascalon Capital Managers forms strategic partnerships with hedge fund and absolute return long only investment management companies. Chuak joined the firm in 2011 to help establish Ascalon’s Asian business, and was appointed Chief Executive of the broader group in late 2012. Based in Hong Kong, Chuak is responsible for growing the overall business and managing the executive team located in Sydney and Hong Kong. Chuak is an executive director of Ascalon Capital Managers and Ascalon Capital Managers Asia and is on the board of several Ascalon partner firms.
Chuak started his career at a Chartered Accounting firm and joined Bankers Trust Australia in 1988, where he worked in a several roles in the funds management business and established their Singapore investment management company. He joined ING Investment Management in 1998, where he led sales and marketing in Asia and subsequently served as Chief Risk Officer, Asia Pacific. In 2007 he co-founded a multi-billion dollar hedge fund in Hong Kong and was COO until 2011. Chuak has 28 years experience in the investment management business, including 18 years in the Asian region.
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