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Finance Investment and Risk Committee

Audit, Finance, Investment and Risk Committee is a sub-committee of the Board. The Committee assists the Board in discharging its fiduciary and governance responsibilities in relation to management of the organisation’s audit, finance, risk management and investment activities and compliance with statutory and regulatory reporting requirements.

The Committee monitors and reviews financial and investment activities, and the effectiveness of the control environment in the areas of operational and balance sheet risk, legal/regulatory compliance, financial reporting and financial management procedures.

  • Mr Alan Lahiff

    Alan Lahiff is a member of the Audit, Finance, Investment and Risk Committee of the Stroke Foundation. Alan is the financial accountant at the Hudson Institute of Medical for 1 and a half years, doing mainly the financial accounts and the payroll for the Institute.…
    Alan Lahiff is a member of the Audit, Finance, Investment and Risk Committee of the Stroke Foundation.

    Alan is the financial accountant at the Hudson Institute of Medical for 1 and a half years, doing mainly the financial accounts and the payroll for the Institute. He was previously with PwC for 8 and a half years.

    Alan went to the University of Melbourne and graduated with a commerce degree majoring in accounting and management. He then went on to do a graduate diploma of chartered accounting with Chartered Accountants Australia, a certified information systems auditor (CISA) certificate with ISACA, and a diploma of business in governance with the Institute of Community Directors Australia. He is currently studying for a Master of Business Administration with Deakin University.

    Alan suffered a stroke in March 2015 and has since recovered much of his right leg and part of his right arm. He continues to work towards a full recovery.

    In his spare time he likes to cook and bake, follow the NFL (American gridiron), and follow the political news. 
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  • Chris Nunn

    Mr Chris Nunn

    BSc(Econ) Hons, CA, GAICD

    Vice-President, Non-executive Director and Chair of Audit, Finance, Investment & Risk Committee

    Mr Chris Nunn recently retired as Chief Financial Officer at Redbubble Limited, an ASX listed online marketplace but he remains a non-executive director of fund manager, Impact Funds Management Pty Ltd. Chris has held a number of senior finance executive roles for more than 25…
    Mr Chris Nunn recently retired as Chief Financial Officer at Redbubble Limited, an ASX listed online marketplace but he remains a non-executive director of fund manager, Impact Funds Management Pty Ltd. Chris has held a number of senior finance executive roles for more than 25 years in mostly ASX-listed organisations in investment banking, equities and property funds management, transport and online marketplace businesses.

    In addition to the financial responsibilities, Mr Nunn has also held responsibility for risk management, compliance, internal/external audit, client administration, IT and human resources. He also holds a qualification in investment advice with a Graduate Diploma in Investment Management through FinSIA. Mr Nunn has particularly strong hands-on experience in the areas of finance, risk, audit, governance and investment, mainly in the corporate environment.

    Mr Nunn holds a BSc (Econ) with Hons from Loughborough University, UK and trained as a chartered accountant with Coopers & Lybrand (now PWC), migrating to Melbourne in 1986. He is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 
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  • Mr Andrew Matthews

    Mr Andrew Matthews

    FIAA, BCom, MSOD, GAICD

    Non-executive Director representing interests of Consumers and Chair of the Endowment Fund Management Committee

    Mr. Andrew Matthews is a Principal and Actuary at Finity Consulting, and an Associate Professor at Monash Business School. He has more than 25 years’ experience in financial services in roles including: as Chief Actuary at Medibank Private, a Partner at Ernst & Young, in…
    Mr. Andrew Matthews is a Principal and Actuary at Finity Consulting, and an Associate Professor at Monash Business School. He has more than 25 years’ experience in financial services in roles including: as Chief Actuary at Medibank Private, a Partner at Ernst & Young, in a range of leadership roles in actuarial practice across the insurance industry.

    Mr Matthews is a stroke survivor after experiencing a stroke in 2016 and benefitting from the support of the Stroke Foundation.

    Mr Matthews holds a BCom from the University of Melbourne, a Master of Science (Organizational Development) from Pepperdine University in California, and Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries Australia. Mr Matthews is also a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
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  • Mr Peter Fekete

    BBus, FCA

    Peter Fekete is a member of the Audit, Finance, Investment & Risk Committee of the Stroke Foundation. Peter was a Partner in the firm of PriceWaterhouseCoopers from 1984 until his retirement in 2009, specialising in audit and corporate advisory services to a wide range of…
    Peter Fekete is a member of the Audit, Finance, Investment & Risk Committee of the Stroke Foundation. Peter was a Partner in the firm of PriceWaterhouseCoopers from 1984 until his retirement in 2009, specialising in audit and corporate advisory services to a wide range of national and international listed entities.

    Peter served as Honorary Treasurer of the Victoria Racing Club and recently retired from the Board of that club after 20 years service. Peter has also served as Chairman or Board member for a number of non-listed entities in the media and hospitality industries.
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