Mr Lock was appointed as Managing Director on 1 January 2016. He is a chartered accountant and joined the Craig Mostyn Group, a privately owned agribusiness company, in 1996. He was appointed CEO of the Group in 2004 and oversaw the growth each of the Craig Mostyn Group’s key divisions until he left in December 2015.
He was appointed to the Board of Food Industry Association of WA in 2007, and chaired that body from 2008 to 2011. In 2012 he was appointed as Chairman of the WA Meat Industry Authority and in January 2014 was appointed as a Non-Executive director of the Water Corporation. In 2015, he was appointed to the Curtin Business School Advisory Council. In 2012, Mr Lock was recognised as the Australian Agribusiness Leader of the year and in 2013 was inducted as an Australian Export Hero by the Export Council of Australia. He is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr Lock resigned as CEO and was appointed Chairman on 23 November 2017.
Mr Clement joined the Board in August 2015 as a Non-Executive Director. He holds a Masters of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Science in Aquaculture and Seafood Science, a Graduate Diploma in Agribusiness and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr Clement has worked in the commercial fishing industry with Focus Fisheries Pty Ltd for three years and was appointed General Manager in 2014. He is also a member of the Western Australian Fishing Industry Council’s resource access committee.
He has over 10 years of experience in financial services, in which he held roles with JM Financial Group, Euroz Securities Limited, and Blackswan Equities.
Mr Clement was appointed as Managing Director on 23 November 2017.
Mr Pitts holds a Bachelor degree in Business (Curtin) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants with more than 25 years of experience working in commercial, corporate finance and public practice roles in Australia and overseas. He has been directly involved with, and consulted to a number of public companies holding senior financial management positions.
Mr Pitts is a partner in the corporate advisory firm Endeavour Corporate, established in 2004. Endeavour Corporate provides company secretarial support as well as corporate, governance and compliance advice to a number of ASX-listed public companies.
Mr Pitts has many years of experience in the Accounting profession and in commerce across a variety of industries. He commenced his career in finance working for KPMG in Australia and overseas, before working in the property, healthcare and mineral-extraction industries.
Mr Pitts has been Company Secretary since May 2013.
Mr Ratheb has been the Chief Executive of the Sea Harvest Group since December 2013 and has worked in the fishing and food industry since 2003. Sea Harvest is one of the largest vertically integrated fishing companies in South Africa and a leading food retail brand with a presence in 2400 supermarkets, employing more than 2500 people with a strong presence in Australia for over 50 years.
Mr Ratheb completed his BSc Engineering degree (Hons) in 1995 at Wits University and holds an MBA from the University of Cape Town. He serves as Executive Director on the Sea Harvest Board and a Non-Executive Director on the Seavuna Board. He also serves as an independent trustee on the MSC Board of Trustees in the UK, where the MSC is the largest eco-labelling and sustainability program for fish stocks globally. He is on the Executive and is a Board member of the Groundfish Forum, the largest whitefish conference globally.
Fred Robertson serves as Executive Chairman of Brimstone Investment Corporation Ltd, a company which he co-founded in 1995. His Non-Executive chairmanships include Lion of Africa Insurance Company Limited, Lion of Africa Life Assurance Company Limited, Sea Harvest Limited, Novus Holdings Limited, and House of Monatic. He also serves as non-executive director on the boards of Remgro Limited, Aon Re Africa (Pty) Limited, Old Mutual Emerging Markets Limited, and Swiss Re South Africa. Mr Robertson's trusteeships and patronages include, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of the Western Cape Foundation; Interim Chairman of the Jakes Gerwel Foundation; Member of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology Entrepreneurship Advisory Board; Trustee of the Masizizane Fund; Patron to the South African Academy for Young Leaders; and Patron to the Youth Unemployment Peoples Project. Mr Robertson received the CNBC AFRICA All Africa Business Leadership Awards (AABLA) Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2014. In April 2016 he was conferred an Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy by the University of the Western Cape.
Mr Brey is a qualified Chartered Accountant. After completing articles at KPMG, Muhammad joined the Corporate Finance division of Nedbank Capital where he implemented a number of mergers and acquisitions, capital and debt raisings, listings and BEE transactions.
In 2009, Mr Brey joined Brimstone as Managing Executive where his responsibilities include identifying, implementing and funding acquisitions, managing Brimstone’s investment portfolio and driving growth at portfolio companies.
Mr Brey serves as the Chairman of Obsidian Health and is a founder and director of South African Enterprise Development Company, an investment company providing equity growth capital to high potential small and medium sized enterprises.
Mr Brey is managing executive responsible for Sea Harvest, including assisting management with local and offshore expansion.`
Mr Roberts Baxter was appointed as Non Executive Director on 19 November 2018. He is Managing Director of Atlantic Growth Capital, a private equity investment vehicle investing in mid-market consumer goods companies in Australia and New Zealand. Mr Roberts Baxter has over 15 years of investment and board experience ranging from start-up companies to listed entities across a number of sectors and regions. Prior to Atlantic, he established and ran the Australian investment offices for an emerging markets focussed health and consumer goods investment group. Before moving to Australia, he spent 12 years with the South African listed Remgro and VenFin investment groups as an investment executive.
Mr Roberts Baxter has extensive non-executive director experience. He has served as Chairman of Marlin Brands and on numerous boards including Atlantic Growth Capital, Marlin Brands, Alexander Forbes, OUTsurance, Seacom, DFA and Fundamo.
Mr Roberts Baxter has both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Engineering from the University of Witwatersrand and an MBA from the University of Cape Town. He is a Chazen exchange scholar of Columbia Business School in New York and a graduate of the Harvard Mergers & Acquisitions executive education course.