Board of Directors
Marc Fisher's career in financial markets began in 1997. Currently, he is a Senior Managing Director and board member of LumRisk, a Fintech risk management specialist. Marc joined LumRisk's parent company from FRM in Hong Kong (now Man Group PLC's multi-manager business) where he was a Management Committee member and Chairman of their Asia Pacific business excluding Japan and Korea. Additionally, Marc ran FRM's Private Client product range and served as Product Head for their Managed Futures fund.
Previously, Marc was a Managing Director at Citigroup in London, where he founded and managed a global fund-linked product development and marketing business. Prior to Citigroup, Marc started his career at Deutsche Bank in London, where he held a number of trading, marketing and product development positions with an emphasis on multi asset class derivatives. He holds a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVSc) (Hons) degree from Bristol University.
Raymond Da Silva Rosa
Raymond Da Silva Rosa is a Professor of Finance at UWA Business School, The University of Western Australia and Chair of UWA Academic Board and Council. Raymond wrote his PhD on the share market consequences of corporate takeovers and he has maintained a research interest in this area, supported by several Australian Research Council Grants. He lectures in Investment Analysis and Advanced Corporate Finance. He has taught Mergers & Acquisitions and Investments to MBA classes at UWA and Melbourne Business School. He has also presented a behavioural finance unit at the Stern School of Business, New York University.
Raymond is a co-author of the first Australian edition of Investments by Bodie, Ariff, Da Silva Rosa, Kane & Marcus (published by McGraw-Hill, June 2007). He is a former President of the Accounting & Finance Association of Australian & New Zealand (AFAANZ) and a member of the Editorial Board of Accounting & Finance Journal, the premier Australian academic journal in its field. Raymond has served as an expert witness in several past and on-going court cases, mostly on matters relating to market efficiency. In 2018 he was a member of the three-person Independent Panel Reviewing the Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) Draft Rate of Return Guidelines. He is presently a member of the Queensland Competition Authority's (QCA) panel for advice on the appropriate weighted average cost of capital (WACC) for delivery of particular utility services.
Andrew is a Representative, Director and Responsible Manager of NW Advice Pty Limited (AFSL 241715). Andrew joined NW Advice Pty Limited (previously Neville Ward Advice Pty Ltd) in 2004 and is responsible for providing financial advice to NW Advice Pty Limitedâ€™s client base, principally focused on strategy and asset allocation.
Prior to these roles, Andrew worked for Deutsche Asset Management (in London, United Kingdom), the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and the National Australia Bank in roles spanning funds management to custody and settlements.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in Finance and an Advanced Diploma in Financial Services.