Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer
Independent Non-Executive Director
Group Company Secretary
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Investment Officer
Head of People and Culture
Head of Brand and Communications
General Manager, Medium Density
General Manager Development, QLD
General Manager, Finance and Business Improvement
Brendan Gore has been Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Peet Limited since 2007 – successfully leading the company’s strategy through its land bank expansion, diversification of its product offering and developing key new partnerships with Government and major institutions.
Brendan’s appointment to the position of Managing Director and CEO followed experience in two other key executive roles within the Company. He began with Peet as Chief Financial Officer and played a key role in expanding the Company’s scope of activities and growing its core residential development and land syndication businesses.
Brendan’s period in senior executive roles at Peet Limited was preceded by more than two decades’ experience in a range of senior corporate, commercial and operational positions where he gained extensive experience in large scale operations, strategy development and implementation, as well as expertise in debt and equity markets.
He developed a reputation as a strong leader, with operational responsibilities across local and State Government relations, environmental and sustainability management and occupational health and safety.
Brendan is a qualified accountant and a Fellow of CPA Australia. He is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.
Dom Scafetta is a Chartered Accountant who joined Peet Limited in 1998.
Dom began his career with major accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) after completing a commerce degree. He held a senior role with the organisation in its Business Services division and advised a range of clients on accounting, taxation and general business matters.
Dom initially joined Peet as Company Accountant, which also required him to act as Company Secretary for the Company’s various syndicates and subsidiaries, then prior to Peet being listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, he was appointed Chief Financial Officer and served in that role until February 2005 when he was appointed as Company Secretary.
Brett Fullarton is a Chartered Accountant with more than 30 years of experience, having commenced his career with KPMG in 1982. He became a Partner in 1994 and was Partner in Charge of the Audit Division in Perth for 8 years. During his tenure with KPMG, he established and led their property line of business and was the Lead Relationship Partner for most of the Company’s property clients. Brett also served on the Division Council of Property Council for a period of 10 years.
Prior to joining Peet, he spent 18 months as Chief Financial Officer of Aspen Group where he was a key contributor in resetting their corporate strategy and leading their debt reduction program.
He currently holds honorary roles as; Commissioner of the Western Australian Football Commission, President of the Hale School Foundation and Trustee of the Perth Diocesan Trustees of the Anglican Church.
Brett holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Western Australia, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Peter Dumas has worked in the property funds management industry since 1995 with some of Australia’s leading property fund managers, including AMP Capital and Multiplex Ltd.
Peter joined Peet in February 2008 as Head of Funds Management, assuming responsibility for Peet’s very significant land syndication portfolio.
Peter has worked on a wide range of property projects in New Zealand, Germany, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates and was instrumental in the creation of the $1.5 billion Ronin Property Group which was taken over by Multiplex Ltd in 2004.
He has a wide range of experience across the property sector having held a number of senior positions within the industry and has worked with funds invested across all core property sectors. Peter has also served as a director on a number of joint venture boards including four years as a Director of the AMP New Zealand Office Limited, which is listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
Tony Gallagher joined Peet in 2013 and in November 2022 was appointed to the new position of Chief Operating Officer. He was most recently the Regional General Manager, East responsible for Peet's development activities on the east coast encompassing some of the Group's largest masterplanned communities, including Flagstone City (QLD) and Googong (ACT/NSW).
Tony has more than 25 years' experience leading and managing small and large businesses across various sectors of the property development industry.
He has held senior management and executive positions in development, finance, investment banking and funds management across all States and Territories in Australia and is known for his significant technical knowledge and management skillset.
Michael has more than 20 years’ experience in the property, sales and media industries and joined Peet in 2012. He is now the General Manager for Medium Density – the Group’s residential built form arm.
Prior to joining Peet, Michael held a range of senior executive and management roles in sales and marketing across the building and development, and media monitoring and reporting industries. In that time he has worked across a range of businesses, from privately owned firms through to national publicly-listed companies.
Michael holds a Master of Business Administration, a Diploma of Property Services, a Company Director Course Award from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and several REIWA Certificates in Real Estate and Property Management.
Liezl Ullrich joined Peet in 2021 to lead the People and Culture function across the Group.
Liezl has more than 20 years’ international experience in a variety of strategic, generalist and specialist roles across a number of industries including Oil and Gas, Aerospace and Defence and Tourism. Liezl’s experience includes executive leadership, human resource management, organisational development and change management.
Liezl holds a graduate certificate in Human Resource Management.
Michael was appointed General Manager, Development in Queensland in 2013 and has led operations during a period of significant growth, overseeing commencement of the Flagstone City project, and the acquisition of new properties.
Michael has more than 20 years’ experience in the property, construction and finance sectors starting his career as a valuer, before moving into a Corporate Real Estate Management role in the electrical industry with Energex. In 2002, Michael joined the National Australia Bank as Regional Manager (Qld) Property Finance. Over five years, he worked in both lending and credit and was involved in the full scope of financing property related transactions across Senior, Junior and Mezzanine lending. Michael moved to Stockland, in 2008, as Regional Manager of its Queensland business for six years responsible for residential communities and apartments.
Michael has a Degree in Property Economics and also studied a postgraduate course in Applied Finance and Investment.
A chartered accountant with almost 20 years’ experience, Mark joined Peet in 2008 as Group Financial Controller overseeing the finance, management accounting and treasury functions of the organisation.
In 2013, he became General Manager Finance in charge of the company’s finance, business analysis, administrative and IT teams.
Mark has an extensive background in the property industry having served as senior accountant with Glenmont Properties, in WA. Prior to joining Peet he was Financial Controller of the Becton Property Group, in Melbourne, responsible for the financial functions of 18 investment vehicles with assets of more than $2 billion and 10,000 investors. Mark has tertiary qualifications in Accounting and Commercial Computing and a Masters Degree in Property.
Melanie Coady joined Peet in 2012 and has more than 20 years’ experience as a marketing specialist with a strong background in residential land and built form.
As Head of Brand and Communications, Melanie is responsible for corporate communications, brand and partnerships and the Group’s digital strategy.
Prior to her current appointment, she provided leadership across the project marketing function as National Marketing Manager driving key deliverables across the Peet project portfolio..
Before joining Peet, Melanie held property marketing roles at Satterley Property Group and at marketing agencies managing clients in the residential and commercial property sector.
Melanie holds post graduate qualifications in Strategic Communications from the University of Western Australia.
Tony Lennon has extensive general commercial experience and particularly in the property industry.
Mr Lennon is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an Associate of the Australian Property Institute.
His industry service has included State Government appointed roles as Chairman of both the Perth Inner City Living Taskforce and the Residential Densities Review Taskforce. He was also President of The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia and a Member of the Commercial Tribunal (Commercial Tenancies).
Mr Lennon is a former President of Western Australia’s Shire of Peppermint Grove and Deputy Chairman of the National Board of the Australia Day Council. He is also a former Chairman of the Curtin Aged Persons Foundation and a founding Director of the Wearne and the Riversea Hostels for the Aged, both of which are locally initiated and managed community facilities. He is a World Fellow Member of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.
Anthony Lennon joined Peet in 1991 and became a Director in 1996.
He moved to Victoria to establish Peet’s operations in Australia’s eastern states and oversaw significant expansion.
Before joining the Company, Mr Lennon worked in the United Kingdom, working for major international construction and development company, John Laing PLC. His time with this global company saw him gain valuable experience in property planning, marketing, feasibility analysis and project management.
Mr Lennon’s responsibilities during his career with Peet included project management, broadacre acquisitions, marketing and financing and a six-year term as Chairman of one of WA’s largest conveyancing businesses.
Until his transition from Executive to Non-executive Director, Mr Lennon was Peet Limited’s National Business Development Director.
He is Chairman of Habitat for Humanity (Vic). Part of a worldwide organisation, it is a registered charity which assists low-income families into affordable home ownership and out of the rental market by providing zero interest mortgages.
Trevor Allen joined Peet in April 2012, with almost four decades of experience in the corporate and financial sectors, primarily as a corporate and financial advisor to Australian and international public and privately-owned companies.
Mr Allen is a non-executive Director of Eclipx Group Limited, where he chaired its Audit and Risk Management Committee from March 2015 to November 2022 and retired from that committee in March 2023. He remains of its Remuneration Committee. He is also a Non-executive Director of TopCo Investments Pte Ltd, a Singaporean company which is the holding company of Real Pet Food Company Limited, where he chairs its Risk and Sustainability Committee and is the Deputy Chair of its Finance and Audit Committee.
During the last three years, Mr Allen was a Director of Freedom Foods Group Limited, retiring from that position in January 2021.
Prior to Mr Allen’s non-executive roles, he held senior executive positions including Executive Director Corporate Finance at SBC Warburg (now part of UBS), at Baring Brothers and as a Corporate Finance Partner at KPMG. At the time of his retirement from KPMG in 2011 he was the lead partner in its National Mergers and Acquisitions group.
Margaret Kennedy, appointed to the Board in August 2023, is an experienced non-executive director currently holding non-executive director roles on the boards of Hobart International Airport Limited, Challenger Retirement and Investment Services Limited and AMOG Holdings Pty Ltd.
Margaret was previously a director of Senex Energy Limited from April 2021 until its delisting in April 2022, and has over 30 years' experience holding various executive roles for Shell Australia, Viva Energy Australia and Viva Energy REIT (now Waypoint REIT) where she led the public listing and was the inaugural CEO.
She is also a non-executive director of Loreto Ministries Limited, a not-for-profit public company responsible for the governance of a number of schools in Australia.
Appointed to the Board in August 2023, Michelle is an experienced board member and senior executive across Australian Securities Exchange and New Zealand Stock Exchange organisations.
She is currently a non-executive director of Stride Property Group and Growthpoint Properties Australia, and was formerly an executive director of SCA Unlisted Retail Fund RE Limited and served as alternate Director of the Shopping Centre Council of Australia.
Michelle was recently appointed to the Cotton Research & Development Corporation (“CRDC”) by the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. CRDC strategically invests in and manages a portfolio of research and development projects for a more profitable and sustainable cotton industry.
Michelle is also a Graduate and Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Greg Wall was appointed to the Board of Peet Limited in August 2023 with over three decades of executive experience in retail and commercial banking and financial services.
He was the former State Manager of Challenge Bank, CEO of StateWest, Managing Director of Home Building Society Ltd and Group CEO of Capricorn.
Greg has extensive experience as a non-executive director including Automotive Holdings Group (ASX, AHG), Gold Estates (1903) Ltd, and International Cooperative Alliance. He has also been Chairman of Freo Group and of Business Council of Cooperatives and Mutuals.
He also has experience as director of community and not for profits such as WA Football Commission, Fremantle Football Club, Ear Science Institute, and Edith Cowan University and was Chairman of the Australian Secretariat of United Nations International Year 2012.
Greg is currently Chairman of Margaret River Wine Association and was made a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2019 Queens birthday honours list.
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