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Synertec Corporation appoints financial services professional Ian Campbell to board

Published Nov 21, 2023 10:55 Updated Nov 21, 2023 11:00
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Technology design and development growth company Synertec Corporation Ltd (ASX:SOP) has appointed experienced financial services professional Ian Campbell as an independent non-executive director, effective from December 1, 2023.

The company expects the experience and expertise of Campbell, a debt capital markets professional, will be pivotal as it accelerates the commercialisation of Powerhouse.

Campbell has an extensive and demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry as a trusted advisor to corporate Australia.

“Unique skillset”

In welcoming Campbell to the board, Synertec chair Dennis Lin said: "Ian’s extensive global experience in the capital markets, and his commercial focus on sustainability and energy transition, brings a unique skillset to our board.

"Ian’s depth of knowledge and relationships across the capital markets will be invaluable as we accelerate the commercialisation of Powerhouse.”

Applicable expertise

Skilled in portfolio management, capital markets, risk management and corporate finance, Campbell brings a diverse and highly qualified background.

He was most recently managing director and global vice chair Debt Capital Markets and head of Sustainability & Corporate Transition at Citi.

Across his 13-year career at Citi, he was involved in raising in excess of US$500 billion in funding from global markets for corporate Australia as well as Federal and state governments and embedded Citi as Australia’s leading international Debt Capital Markets franchise.

ESG credentials

Through his time at Citi, Campbell developed skills across the full range of ESG advisory regulation and disclosure, as well as green financing structures.

Over the past two years, he has been working closely with the executive directors of Synertec to explore potential funding opportunities across a diverse range of organisations and financial products and has made several important introductions to potential customers for Powerhouse within the mining and energy sectors in Australia and the United States.

Ambitious growth goals

"Ian’s appointment, along with the addition of Peter Lamell to the board in September, reflects Synertec’s commitment to strengthen and diversify the skills of our board in line with our ambitious strategic growth goals and strong governance practices, as we continue to increase the scale and profile of Synertec and its innovative technologies,” Lin added.

Prior to his time at Citi, Campbell worked in debt capital markets with Daiwa Securities and Deutsche Bank (ETR:DBKGn) in Australia and the UK.

Campbell holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the Australian National University and has completed a Towards Net Zero Emissions course at Cambridge University that has assisted in growing his expertise across the changing Sustainability and ESG advisory ecosystem.

“Inflection point”

“I am delighted to be joining the team at Synertec at such an inflection point for the company," Campbell said.

"Working alongside the team, I have been keenly watching Powerhouse prove its commercial and operational credentials live in the field and see that there is an increasing level of interest in this globally leading technology.

"With a large addressable end market and Synertec’s strong engineering capabilities, I look forward to using my skills and network to help accelerate the rollout of Powerhouse, delivering material returns to shareholders and assist in driving effective solutions to lower emissions."

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