Travis Dillon - Chairman
Mr Travis Dillon brings extensive agribusiness experience, with a strong commercial and strategic mindset, and has been appointed as independent Chairman of Clean Seas, effective immediately. Mr Dillon was the CEO and Managing Director of Ruralco Holdings Limited until September 2019, having previously been the Executive General Manager of Ruralco’s Operations. Mr Dillon is currently the Chairman of Terragen Holdings Limited (ASX:TGH), Non-Executive Director of S&W Seed Company Australia, Non-Executive Director of Lifeline Australia, and member of the CSIRO Agriculture and Food Advisory Committee. Mr Dillon has an excellent established track record with both private and listed ASX businesses at implementing strategies to maximise shareholder return, develop and execute business plans, and help manage complex organisational structures.
Marcus Stehr – Non-Executive Director (September 2000)
Marcus is a founding Director and has over 25 years of hands on experience in marine finfish aquaculture operations encompassing Tuna, Kingfish and Mulloway. Marcus is Managing Director of Australian Tuna Fisheries Pty Ltd and holds leadership roles in a number of Industry Associations. Member of remuneration and nominations committee.
Gilbert Vergères - Non-Executive Director
Gilbert has more than 30 years of experience in the financial industry, worked for several Swiss private banks, and was Managing Director and Member of the Board of an asset management company before joining Bonafide as a Partner in 2013. Bonafide is a boutique asset management company focusing and investing in the aquaculture and seafood sectors globally.
Robert Gratton – CEO
Robert has 20+ years experience in corporate and commercial finance roles. He spent five years in London and New York with JP Morgan Chase investment bank before ten years with Jurlique during which he held a number of finance and operational roles, including seven years as Chief Financial Officer. From 2015 he held the role of Chief Financial Officer with kikki.K before joining Clean Seas in 2019.