Rebecca has 15 years of financial services experience working in Australia and UK, in addition to four years professional experience as a mining engineer. She worked for eight years as Senior Mining Analyst with Colonial First State Global Asset Management and six years as a sell-side analyst covering resources equities with Morgan Stanley and Investec. Prior to this, she worked for Anglo American as a mining engineer. Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with first class honours from University of Queensland, Master of Business Administration from Oxford University and has recently completed a Master in Data Science and Innovation at UTS. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
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 United States) 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. He has a Bachelor of Economics degree from Monash University and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Nick has extensive experience in the resources industry as a senior executive and General Counsel in a number of major resources companies, and is currently General Counsel, Chief Risk Officer and Head of Internal Audit at MMG Limited. Nick’s expertise is in the mining and infrastructure sectors and he has worked in the copper, molybdenum, iron ore, zinc, gold, silver, lead, energy coal, titanium and manganese commodity categories. He has advised on many of the legal/operational issues facing companies across the globe including in Australia, South America, Africa and Asia. He has played a key role in the growth of MMG Limited leading the Legal team in transactions such as the acquisition of the Las Bambas Copper Project from Glencore and the takeover of Anvil Mining Limited. Nick specialises in joint venture structures, native title laws, Australia’s foreign investment rules, compliance with the Hong Kong and ASX listing rules, governance and directors’ duties. Nick holds a Master of Laws (Natural Resources Law) from University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics from University of Tasmania. Nick is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Todd has over 20 years of capital markets experience including 16 years covering all aspects of the energy and mining sectors. Prior to joining Tribeca, Todd spent 22 years with Colonial First State Global Asset Management (CFSGAM), including six years based in London. Most recently, he was the Head of Global Resources, leading a team managing in excess of $3bn while serving as portfolio manager for the CFS Wholesale Global Resources Fund as well as other global resources long-only mandates and long-short portfolios. Todd commenced his career with Commonwealth Bank of Australia Group in 1996 in their corporate strategy team before moving to Colonial First State Global Asset Management in 1998. Todd holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Economics) degree from the University of Newcastle and is a CFA charter holder.
Ben Cleary is the Portfolio Manager for the Tribeca Global Natural Resources Fund which focuses on Energy, Mining and Soft Commodities and primarily invests in global equities and credit, but also directly in commodities. Ben is a director of ASX-listed Tribeca Global Natural Resources Ltd (TGF: ASX) and is also an experienced Cayman fund director. Tribeca has been instrumental in corner-stoning more than $10bn of announced transactions in the natural resources sector over the last 15 years and works closely with financial advisors and companies directly. Ben is based in Brisbane and 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 Company Directors.