Board of Directors
Michael McCoy has over 30 years of experience in Asian equity markets. After spending 10 years with Sun Hung Kai Securities and Hoare Govett in senior broking roles, he moved to CLSA, where he has spent the last 22 years. Mr. McCoy joined CLSA as a founding shareholder and Head of Asian Sales and has since held a range of senior positions, including Global Head Of Broking, Head of Investment Banking and Director of Marketing for CLSA Capital Partners from 2004 to 2007. Mr. McCoy rejoined CLSA Capital Partners as Executive Vice Chairman in 2012. He has a BA in Economics and History from the University of Michigan.
Lee Harrison was the founder of I/O Partners, Inc. of Dallas, Texas and is an executive with more than 20 years of management experience. Trained as an engineer, Harrison has acquired extensive backgrounds in technology, television operations, digital asset management as well as business planning, finance, sales and marketing. The sales structure at I/O Partners focused on the highly competitive digital broadcast industry, accomplishing impressive revenue and growth. Mr. Harrison guided I/O Partners into becoming Discreet’s largest system’s integrators worldwide and the company was named by Dun and Bradstreet as the 49th fastest growing entrepreneurial company in the U.S CY 2000.
Rick Holliday-Smith has a substantially pedigreed executive leadership background, including Chairmanship of SFE Corporation Limited since 1999 until de-listing in July 2006. Mr. Holliday has served Director of Cochlear Limited since 2005, named Chairman in 2010, DCA Group Limited since 2004, and MIA Group Limited (2000 – 2004) until acquired by DCA Group Limited in 2004. He has also served as Director for Servcorp Limited since 1999 and ASX Limited since July 2006, named Chairman in March 2012. Rick has been Chairman of Snowy Hydro Limited since May 2006, and is the Former director of Exco Resources NL (1999 – 2006), Former President of NationsBank-CRT, Chicago and Managing Director of Hong Kong Bank Limited, London.
James Yonge AM has had interests in New Zealand in commercial property and agriculture. In the 1980s, Mr. Yonge was Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Bank of Australia Group, a Member of the NSW Commission of Audit, Chairman of The Garvan Foundation, a director of the Garvan Institute for Medical Research, Chairman of the Maritime Services Board of New South Wales. Mr. Yonge was also a member, an officer or a director of several other Australian institutions or companies.