There are different boards of directors for the related Booster companies.
The Booster Funds Management Limited Board is the fund manager for Booster Tahi Limited Partnership.
Paul is a senior corporate / commercial lawyer based in Wellington, where he is a partner in Minter Ellison Rudd Watts.
He has over 25 years’ experience working with companies in the financial services, manufacturing and energy fields. He is a past director of NZX- and ASX-listed companies and a Chartered Fellow of the NZ Institute of Directors.
Paul has been involved with Booster since the start in 1998.
Allan originally formed the Grosvenor Financial Services Group – now called Booster Financial Services – back in 1998.
Before then, he held senior banking roles with Barclays Bank PLC in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Brendon joined Booster in February 2017 as a director of Booster Investment Management Limited (BIML). At the same time, he took on the joint leadership of the Booster Tahi Limited Partnership, through which Booster invests in unlisted private companies.
Brendon has 17 years of experience in financial markets with banks and the New Zealand government. This includes being the Global Head of Capital Markets at Westpac in Sydney between 2005 and 2011, and, more recently, Deputy Secretary Financial and Commercial Operations at the NZ Treasury.
Duncan joined Booster in March 2017 to jointly lead the team responsible for the Booster Tahi Limited Partnership, through which Booster invests in unlisted private companies.
Duncan spent 14 years at an international bank, six of those as New Zealand country manager, followed by 13 years as a corporate finance partner at a Big Four accounting firm. His most recent role before Booster was leading an internal mergers and acquisition team for a major New Zealand investment entity.
David joined Booster as Chief Investment Officer in 2000.
He has over 30 years' experience in investment management and portfolio research. This includes 16 years at a major Australasian bank, where he was responsible for $1.5 billion of managed funds.