Mr Berkley is responsible for Public Affairs at the Credit Services Association (CSA), and is also Vice President of the European trade body FENCA where he is leading the development of a Code of Conduct for GDPR for the Collections industry across Europe. He sits on a number of Government and industry advisory bodies, and regularly presents at conferences and trade body forums around the world. Leigh is also the 2019 President of the International Collectors Group and a Trustee of the FairLife Charity and a Director of the Money Advice Liaison Group in the UK. Mr Berkley was appointed to the Board of Collection House Limited on 1 July 2016. Mr Berkley was appointed Chairman of Collection House Limited on 29 November 2017.
Michael has served on many Queensland Government advisory committees. He was Chairman of the Queensland Food Industry Strategy Committee in 1992, a Member of the Consultative Committee of the Ipswich Development Board in 1993, a Member of the Queensland Tourism Strategy Committee in 1994 and a Member of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Economic Development in 1997. From 2003 to 2012, he was Chairman of the Advisory Committee of School of Economics and Finance at the Queensland University of Technology. He has been a Governor of the American Chamber of Commerce from 1997 to 2007. In 2008, Michael joined the Board of The City of Brisbane Investment Corporation Pty Ltd. Michael remained on the Board until 2016. Michael was the President of the Economic Society of Australia (Qld) Inc from 2009 to 2013.
Sandra is currently a Non-Executive Director of Auswide Bank Limited, MLC Limited, 7-11 Holdings and its subsidiaries, Horizon Oil and National Disability Insurance Agency. She is Chair of the Board Audit Committee and a Member of the Board Risk Committee for a number of companies.
She is also an independent member of the Audit Committee of the Reserve Bank of Australia and a member of the Audit and Risk Committee of the University of the Sunshine Coast.
In her role with Barclays International as managing Director, she oversaw a substantial international Wealth business before moving to New Zealand in 2005.
Catherine was the Managing Director at ANZ and The National Bank Private Banking and Wealth business (New Zealand). She was responsible for integrating these two businesses and creating a significant wealth business.
Catherine subsequently moved to Australia to build the Private Bank and Trust business while managing E-Trade. During her career Catherine spent 10 years in New York, 15 years in London and 8 years in NZ and Australia.
She has more than 15 years of Board experience with not for profit, listed and non-listed companies. Her current roles include Non-Executive Director of the National Provident Fund and Chair of the Investment Committee, and independent Director for the Todd Family Office.
Most recently the Managing Director of Australian Receivables Limited (ARL), a wholly owned subsidiary of global customer service leaders Alorica, Anthony brings a proven ability to drive results, build a productive culture, and deliver value.
He is responsible for the overall management of the Group and the achievement of results for all stakeholders.
She is responsible for all aspects of the Group’s financial management including reporting, planning and analysis, taxation, and investor relations.
Kristine holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting, Banking & Finance) from QUT, is a Chartered Accountant, and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Working with the US market leader in the debt collection industry for the last 12 years, he has vast experience in building pricing models, forecasting models, and optimisation models for operations in the financial services sector.
He has a proven track record in bridging strong symbiotic relationships between analytics and operations that are quintessential to be successful in our business.
As Chief Legal Officer he successfully acquired Turnbull Bowles Lawyers, strengthening FDL’s position and expanding legal services, client engagement and productivity.
As a solicitor in the United Kingdom his focus was helping clients navigate successfully through the global financial crisis, acting on large scale litigation and pursuing cross boarder insolvency matters.
Denica leads our operational teams across Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. Drawing on over 15 years leadership experience at both the operational and executive level, Denica is instrumental in shaping and executing CLH’s operational strategy, delivering best-in-class solutions for our clients and customers.