The Brisbane Chapter of the Asset Management Council is pleased to announce the results of its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on 27 March 2024, marking a significant milestone in our journey towards fostering excellence in asset management.

In a display of our chapter’s vibrant democracy and commitment to progress, the AGM saw the election of the new committee for the 2024/2025 term. The nominations for the committee were thoughtfully tabled by the Chapter Chair, following a call for nominations issued to all chapter members on 19 February 2024.

The elected committee members for the 2024/2025 term are as follows:

  • Chair: Stephen Walker, stepping up from his previous role as Vice Chair, brings a wealth of experience and a fresh vision for the chapter.
  • Vice Chairs: Ned Lodge, previously a general committee member, and Ella Hingston, moving from the Secretary position, have been elected to jointly drive the chapter’s initiatives with a new split model of responsibility focusing on member engagement and event delivery.
  • Secretary: Susan Chamberlain, formerly a general committee member, will now be at the forefront of our chapter’s administrative excellence.
  • General Committee Members: The team is bolstered by a mix of existing and new members, including Thomas Bainbridge, Caroline Elms, Greg Hugo, Rajesh Kumar, Lalyn Masangcay, Roy Mosquera, Peter Pennell, Edwin Salazar, Sparshy Saxena (outgoing Chapter Chair), Jaysee Sunapho, and Ken Chapman, whose nomination has been confirmed post-meeting.

The AGM attendees accepted all nominations without objection, showcasing the unity and shared vision within our community.

We extend our deepest gratitude to the outgoing committee members, Mick Windsor, and Bobby Birdi, for their invaluable contributions. Sparshy Saxena will continue to serve the committee in a general capacity, ensuring continuity and the retention of experienced leadership.

Under the new leadership of Stephen Walker, the meeting transitioned towards a future-focused discussion. The incoming Chair emphasized a renewed commitment to member engagement, aiming to delve deeper into the expectations of our members and the factors influencing their participation in events.

As we embark on this new chapter, the Brisbane Chapter of the Asset Management Council is more committed than ever to enhancing the value and experience for our members, fostering a community that is both engaging and beneficial to all involved.

Stay tuned for updates on our initiatives and events planned for 2024. Together, we will continue to advance the field of asset management and create lasting impacts for our members and the broader community.

Here’s to a successful and transformative year ahead!