MEMBERS of the Australian Property Institute have selected three new directors to the board.
The reconvened Annual General Meeting was held last Thursday 3 August 2017 in Sydney.
The new directors are Tyrone Hodge, head of institutional & middle markets and regional director at JLL; Anne-Maree Moussa, director – real estate finance, institutional banking & markets at the Commonwealth Bank; and Tim Rabbitt, managing director at Taylor Byrne.
Following the election, the API board members will include:
- Dan Cregan (Independent Director)
- Diana D’Ambra (Independent Director)
- Robert Hecek LFAPI (Chair, APIV)
- Tyrone Hodge AAPI
- Mark Kay FAPI
- Michael Leech AAPI (Non-Director/Observer)
- Anne-Maree Moussa AAPI
- Timothy Rabbitt AAPI
- Garrick Smith FAPI
- Robert Smyth FAPI
- Joseph Stansfield AAPI
The first meeting of the current API Board was held on Friday 4 August. The first item of business was to elect the API Chair. Tyrone Hodge has re-elected to the role of chair.
“I am honoured that the API Board have once again seen fit to elect me as the Chair of the Australian Property Institute. The API has been through a period of great change and, as our new Directors join and bring a range of new skills and backgrounds to the API Board, I am certain that the API Board is well placed to deal with the future,” Hodge said.
“On behalf of the API and the Board, I would like to express my sincere thanks to Charles Spanjer and Philip Willington who were part of the board during a period of great change in recent years. Their wise counsel and their contribution to the API over many years cannot be overstated. To those who stood for election to the API Board but were unsuccessful on this occasion, thank you for being part of the election process and we hope you will continue to be involved with your Institute,” he added.
One motion, three special resolutions and one ordinary resolution were presented to API Members at part of the AGM proceedings. All the motions, special resolutions and the ordinary resolution were passed by the API Members.
“The API congratulates the new members of the board and thanks all API members who have taken the time to vote for your new directors as well as the proposed changes to the API’s governance,” API CEO Mike Zissler said. “The business of the API’s 2017 Annual General Meeting is now complete and the new API Board is already at work in the best interests of all API Members.”
Australian Property Journal