BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Our experienced leadership team bring with them a wealth of industry experience and expertise. The Board of Directors is committed to establishing a high-performing business, with a focus on safety and customer delivery.
Guido Belgiorno-Nettis was first appointed to the Tempo Board of Directors in 2016. Initially he served as Deputy Chairman until December 2018 when he became Chairman after the retirement of the company’s co-founder.
Together with his family, Guido has a rich history in construction and engineering services across Australia. He has a particular passion for delivering innovative asset management services. He has a career which spans over 20 years in project management, business development and senior management roles. He is currently Managing Director of his family office Angophora Capital, a private equity business. His other interests include the Australian Chamber Orchestra where he has served as Chairman for over a decade, and through his role as a Non-Executive Director of Balmoral Pastoral.
Guido is also Managing Director of the passive investment company, Transfield Holdings. His career at Transfield from 1981 to 2003 included Managing Director of the Transfield Group, CEO Transfield Engineering and Construction, Director - Project Development, Managing Director of Transfield Queensland.
Charles is a professional non-executive director which follows a successful executive career in engineering focussed organisations. Charles has worked in design, construction and service companies in senior strategic, management and project positions. He has most recently stepped down from the position of Chair of LogiCamms Pty Ltd, following a successful turn-around and merger.
Prior to that Charles took on the role of Chief Strategy Officer for Austin Engineering before becoming Interim CEO when the Company was working through a restructure after the last mining downturn.
Previous executive management roles included Executive General Manager for Transfield Services Design and Construction group, Managing Director MWH Australia, Director Major Projects (Asia) MWH and General Manager Operations CMPS&F Pty Ltd.
Charles is currently Chair of Future Fuels CRC, which is researching the transportation of low carbon fuels, and a director of Pinssar, a technology start-up Company.
Charles has an Honours degree from University of Sydney, is a Fellow of Institution of Engineers Australia, and a Graduate Member of AICD.
Chief Financial Officer
William Howard was appointed Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary in July 2019 and Executive Director in August 2019.
Bill brings significant experience to both these roles, having served for the past three years as the CFO of a Financial Services company in Western Sydney, realigning financial systems, operations and reporting, along with coordinating due diligence processes for interested parties on potential acquisitions.
Prior to this, Bill had performed the role of General Manager Finance to a mining services business in the Hunter Valley, whilst managing and operating his own labour hire company. The preceding decade saw Bill as Regional Operations Manager at AJ Lucas and previous to that with Lahey Constructions Pty Ltd as General Manager Finance.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Financial Administration and is a qualified Accountant.
Dr Dalgleish has had over 30 years of experience in Senior management of Engineering companies and has been Chief Executive of Public listed engineering companies for 15 years. Dr Dalgleish is recognised as a turnaround specialist with strengths in strategic positioning for growth and has operated across a range of sectors, from Infrastructure to Resources, and throughout diverse geographies.
Dr Dalgleish has developed businesses delivering a wide variety of services from
maintenance, construction and consulting for engineering projects, to facilities management, manufacturing and technology ventures.
Dr Dalgleish has an Honours degree in Engineering, Doctorate in Business and is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers and a Member of the Institute of Company Directors
Tempo is committed to the highest standards of corporate governance. These standards are reflected in Tempo's culture, policies, and business practices. The Board of Directors has put governance structures in place to guide the formation of strategic direction and policy, including an overall framework of internal control for risk management and ethical standards.
Tempo’s Corporate Governance Statement and associated policies conform to the corporate governance principles and recommendations released by the ASX Corporate Governance Council.
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