EXECUTIVE TEAM

greg tHOMAS

BSc(Econ), FCAA

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

BIO

Greg is the Chief Executive Officer of Bangarra Group.  Prior to joining Bangarra, Greg was a member of the executive team at Bennelong Funds Management (‘BFM’), one of Bangarra’s businesses.  Greg joined BFM having previously established its London subsidiary, BennBridge. 

 

Greg has over 20 years’ experience in financial services.  Before joining BennBridge, Greg was Managing Director of Visium Asset UK LLP, Chief Operating Officer of Gruss Capital Management LLP and held a number of roles in boutique asset management companies.  Greg started his career in Ernst & Young’s Investment Management division, where he qualified as an accountant.

Greg has a Bachelor of Science from University of Wales, Cardiff, in Banking & Finance.

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AMANDA TIEMAN

B Com, ICAA

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

BIO

Amanda is the Chief Financial Officer of Bangarra Group and is responsible for the overall finance, risk and governance functions of the Group.

 

Prior to joining Bangarra, Amanda has held various senior financial roles, most recently at the ASX listed SMS Management & Technology Limited. In addition, Amanda has over 10 years experience within the family office environment having held roles at Deloitte Private and The Pacific Group of Companies.

 

Amanda has combined strategic and financial expertise to facilitate business efficiency and the achievement of long term growth strategies. She has gained broad exposure to property management, development and ownership, as well as professional services.

 

Amanda is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Monash University. 

SANDRA JACOBS

GDFinPlanning

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, BENNELONG FOUNDATION

BIO

Sandra is the Chief Executive Officer of the Bennelong Foundation. Sandra has considerable experience in the wealth management industry spanning over 10 years at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management as a financial adviser.

 

Sandra also has a strong philanthropic background through her directorship with ‘Significant Women’s Network” and previously as vice-president of “Women in Finance”. In 2013 Sandra founded and currently chairs her own not-for-profit “The Nappy Collective” which presently has operations in 31 cities and towns across Australia.

 

Sandra was drawn to the Bennelong Foundation and the Bangarra Group due to their vision of purpose driven business.