Cashwerkz director to retire
Cashwerkz non-executive director Nathan Leman is set to retire from the board after more than 10 years with the organisation.
"On behalf of the Board and management team, I want to thank Nathan for his significant contribution and service to the Cashwerkz Group over the last 10 years," said the group's executive chair John Nantes. "Nathan's support to the Board and counsel provided to the Company throughout its growth journey has been invaluable.
"Nathan contributed enormously by taking responsibility for the design and implementation of corporate infrastructure including IT projects for the Cashwerkz Group as well as participating as a member of compliance and risk committees. It has been a pleasure to work alongside Nathan."
Leman joined the board under its previous name, Trustees Australia, in 2010. He previously spent more than 20 years managing development, construction, and tech acquisition projects including with the Australian Dairy Farms Group.
"It has been a privilege to serve the company over the past 10 years," said Leman. "I am delighted with this company's growth and evolution with John Nantes as Chairman. During his tenure in this position he has demonstrated a broad range of skills relevant to financial services. This includes having an informed view with regards to innovation and the disruption of traditional business models, as well as bringing a contemporary focus to governance processes within the Group.
"I am confident that John will continue to work well with the Board, CEO Jon Lechte, and the senior management team to take this company to the next level of performance to create long-term value for all our stakeholders."