Bruce Loveday has extensive experience in the financial services industry both in Australia and overseas. He has been CEO of several funds management businesses (in Australia and the USA) and has held senior executive positions in banking, mining, stockbroking, asset consulting, investor relations and corporate affairs management.
Loveday is Chairman of Copia Investment Partners Ltd. and also serves as the independent Trustee of a Family Office investment fund.
He was Chairman of Bennelong Funds Management Ltd. from 2010 to 2014 and also Chairman of the ASX-listed Praemium Ltd from 2012 to 2016.
Bruce has a Bachelor of Economics degree from Monash University and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Judy has over 20 years legal and banking experience, having worked in Australia and the UK. A former Executive Director at Macquarie Group, Judy worked across Macquarie's global equity markets and structured derivatives businesses. At Westpac, Judy was Legal Practice Leader for Westpac Institutional Bank's financial markets business and started her career as a lawyer with Mallesons Stephen Jacques. Judy has held a number of executive roles, including Chief of Staff for Westpac's Human Resources, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability group, and is currently Chief of Staff at InLoop, a payments and claiming technology company. She has served as a Council Member at The Women's College at the University of Sydney since April 2016 and is Chair of the College's Governance Committee.
Judy holds Bachelor of Law (first class honours) and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Sydney and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Greg has over 25 years' experience in funds management, superannuation and insurance and has worked with a number of major industry participants, including QBE Insurance, Suncorp Group, QIC, AMP Capital and Pengana Capital. He has extensive experience in financial markets and has held senior leadership positions in business and investment management.
Greg is the founder and director of boutique consultancy and asset management firm, Antipodal Capital which advises wealth management firms, asset managers, investment banks and third-party marketing firms. The firm specialises in developing and implementing investment strategy, portfolio management of multi-manager portfolios, conducting manager due diligence and sales strategies.
Greg was previously Head of Growth Assets at QBE Insurance from 2013 to 2016, where he was responsible for the management of equities, property, high yield debt, emerging market debt, hedge funds, private equity and infrastructure (cUS$6 billion).
Greg has a Bachelor of Economics degree from Macquarie University and a Master of Business Administration from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
Prior to joining Tribeca, Ben has had an extensive career in the natural resources sector having worked in a number of specialist, director level roles at Macquarie Bank, RBC and RBS over the past 15 years.
In 2015, Ben founded Tribeca Global Natural Resources following the merger of Cleary Capital with Tribeca Investment Partners and has grown the team into one of Australia's largest dedicated natural resources investment groups at a time where a number of investment management firms have exited the sector. In 2016, the Tribeca Global Natural Resources Fund that Ben manages was ranked as the top performing hedge fund globally by Preqin in 2016.
The Tribeca Global Natural Resources team have been instrumental in corner-stoning more than $5bn of announced transactions in Australasia, Europe and North America since Ben founded the business. Ben's team has been heavily involved in structuring a number of equity and credit transactions which has seen Tribeca become a preferred capital partner with both companies, banks and advisors. Ben is based in Singapore and is the Chief Executive Officer for Tribeca Investment Partners Asia.
Ben holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from FINSIA and is a member of the Australian Institute of the Company Directors
David Aylward is the Chief Executive Officer of Tribeca Investment Partners where he is responsible for providing day to day leadership and setting strategic direction for the firm. With an investment career spanning over 30 years, David also co-manages the Tribeca Smaller Companies Strategy, one of Australia’s longest running active strategies focused on the smaller capitalization equities.
Earlier in his career, David spent eight years as an equity analyst within the Australian equity team at Armstrong Jones and later as Head of Equity Research at Henderson Charlton Jones, an affiliate of Credit Suisse.
In 1998, David co-founded Jenkins Investment Management, the forerunner to Tribeca Investment Partners, subsequently taking over the role of Managing Director upon the retirement of co-founder Paul Jenkins. David is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.