A Real Sharing Economy: Employee Share Ownership at Work Speaker Announced
Partner at King & Wood Mallesons
Andrew Clements is a Partner in the Melbourne office where he specialises in tax with an emphasis on capital gains tax, consolidation, imputation and international tax work. His practice concentrates on corporate tax, together with the tax consequences of dealing in intellectual property rights and with the taxation treatment of the funds management industry. He also has extensive experience in relation to both the tax and legal issues associated with employee share schemes.
Andrew is recommended by Chambers Global Guide 2009 and commentators “have always found his work to be of a very high standard.” He has also been nominated as a leading individual in Tax by APL 500 2008/2009.
Partner at PwC Australia
Andrew has over 20 years’ consulting and corporate experience in Australia and the UK/Europe and leads the reward and performance consulting team in Melbourne. Andrew specialises in aligning reward and performance policies and structures to people and business strategy in order to drive superior company and individual performance, including the provision of independent advice to remuneration committees.
Chair of Employee Ownership Australia
Angela is a qualified English Barrister and Australian qualified solicitor. She has over 14 years consulting experience in the fields of equity plan design and executive compensation practice. This experience was gained in the Australian, Europe, UK and US markets.Angela has acted for some of the top Australian and UK public and private companies and large internationals in relation to design, implementation and administration of equity plans and equity like products. In particular, she has advised and implemented global equity plans and short term incentive plans in over 50 countries globally.
In the UK she was part of the HM Revenue & Customs’ (formerly the Inland Revenue) consultation process for the New All Employee Share Plan. She has undertaken research for the European commission on the prevalence, reasons for and barriers to employee share plans in Europe. She has worked with the Australian Employee Share Ownership Development Unit in the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations on the getting started kits.
Co-Head of HR and General Manager Performance, Reward and HR Operations – Mirvac
Ben is an experienced Compensation and Benefits consultant and HR professional. He is currently Head of Performance, Reward and Employee Services at Mirvac and was previously Head of Performance, Executive Compensation and Global Projects for Lendlease. He has previously been a consultant with PwC, Deloitte and Hay Group (where he was the Pacific Practice Leader for Executive Reward). Ben’s interest in employee ownership has been developed over many years of assisting companies to design and implement employee share schemes
Ben is a Chartered Accountant, a Solicitor and a Chartered Company Secretary. In addition to his professional experience, Ben is a published author and an experienced lecturer having taught accounting and law subjects at UNSW and UTS (including teaching in the UTS MBA/Masters program).
Co Founder – CultureAmp
As one of the co-founders of Culture Amp Doug has overseen their engineering team growing from 5 to 30 engineers in 2 years, and is responsible for architecting product solutions that will continue to let the company scale at a breakneck pace.
Managing Director Computershare Plan Managers
James has a 25 year career with Computershare that enables him to bring a depth of experience to his role as Managing Director of the Computershare Plan Managers business. Before taking on this new role he most recently served as Managing Director of Computershare New Zealand, a role that saw him integrally involved in significant projects for all the company’s business lines. James also worked in Computershare’s US and Canadian offices for several years and is an expert at sharing and implementing best practice throughout the organisation.
James has developed a broad range of skills across the listed entity space and understands the role employee equity plays within a company’s strategy.
Julia has a great understanding of company sustainability assessments and reporting frameworks. She has been involved in the collation and construction of sustainability indices and has contributed to a range of thematic reports on corporate ESG challenges. Through working with a broad range of investors to incorporate ESG criteria into their investment processes, and participation in multi‐stakeholder groups and investor collaborations, Julia also has extensive experience in stakeholder engagement. Julia has a Master in Environmental Management and Development from the Australian National University, and a combined Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration/European Studies and Sustainable Development from the Universities of Münster (Germany) and Twente (Netherlands).
General Manager Digital & Solutions, Computershare
Lisa McAndrew has over 13 years’ experience in creating and executing digital strategies for global corporations as well as start-ups. She has consulted and delivered projects on digital disruption, transformation, innovation, marketing strategies, customer centered design and new ways of working. Lisa most recently founded the Digital Disruption and Innovation hub for one of the world’s largest insurers.
Head of Marketing & Communications, Computershare
For over 15 years Tara has helped organisations retain valuable customers and find profitable new ones. She started her career in grain marketing before adding to that experience through investor relations, internal and external communications, program management, marketing and change management. Tara leads a team of product managers, marketing and communications professionals and voice of customer experts who bring Computershare’s products and solutions to life. Tara has worked with a diverse range of organisations; crossing business services, financial services, banking and agribusiness.