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Corporate Travel Management Ltd (CTD.AX)

CTD.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Anthony Bellas

62 Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Jamie Pherous

Global Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director

Steve Fleming

2011 Company Secretary, Global Chief Financial Officer

Debbie Carling

2016 Chief Executive Officer - Europe

Larry Lo

2015 Chief Executive Officer - Asia

Chris Thelen

2016 Chief Executive Officer - North America

Laura Ziolkowski

2015 Chief Executive Officer, Australia & New Zealand, Global Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director

Stephen Lonie

63 Independent Non-Executive Director

Gregory Moynihan

59 Independent Non-Executive Director

Robert Natter

68 2014 Independent Non-Executive Director

Biographies

Name Description

Anthony Bellas

Mr. Anthony George Bellas, ASA, is Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Corporate Travel Management Ltd. He has more than 30 years’ experience in both the government and private sectors. Tony Bellas has previously held positions of Chief Executive Officer of Ergon Energy Ltd, CS Energy Ltd, Seymour Group Pty Ltd, and was previously Queensland’s Deputy Under Treasurer.

Jamie Pherous

Mr. Jamie Pherous is Global Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Executive Director of Corporate Travel Management Ltd. He founded Corporate Travel Management Ltd (CTM) in Brisbane in 1994. He has built the Group from its headquarters in Brisbane to become the one of the world’s largest travel management companies now employing more than 2,000 staff. Prior to establishing CTM, Jamie Pherous was employed by Arthur Andersen, now Ernst & Young, as a Chartered Accountant, specialising in business services and financial consulting in Australia, Papua New Guinea and the United Arab Emirates. Jamie Pherous was also a major shareholder and co-founder of an online hotel booking engine, Quickbeds.com.au, which was sold to The Flight Centre Group in 2003 and is a Director of the Australian Federation of Travel Agents.

Steve Fleming

Mr. Steve Fleming is Company Secretary, Global Chief Financial Officer of the company. He is responsible for Corporate Travel Management’s finance function, treasury management, key stakeholder liaison and strategic planning in conjunction with the Managing Director and Board. Steve has more than 23 years’ experience in commercial finance roles gained with high growth companies across a number of industries and countries including Abbey National, TrizecHahn, Deutsche Morgan Grenfell and Arthur Andersen.

Debbie Carling

Ms. Debbie Carling is Chief Executive Officer - Europe of the company. She has worked in the travel industry for over 30 years’ in a number of key strategic and senior roles, including Commercial Director at Britannic Travel. During this time Debbie lead the set up of global brand FCM Travel Solutions and became the Executive General Manager of Europe. In 2011 Debbie joined Chambers Travel and became COO soon after. Debbie successfully instilled new company processes, productivity and developments in supplier relations. In 2015 Chambers was acquired by Corporate Travel Management, during which time Debbie played a key role in the successful transition. Debbie was appointed as CEO Europe for CTM in July 2016.

Larry Lo

Mr. Larry Lo is Chief Executive Officer - Asia of the company. He brings 23 years’ travel industry experience to the Corporate Travel Management leadership team. Larry is responsible for the local and regional sales and operations of CTM’s Asian operations at Westminster CTM. He was a Director of the Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong (TIC) from 2010 to 2012 and is currently Vice Chairman of the Society of International Air Transport Association Passenger Agents (SIPA). He holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Management.

Chris Thelen

Mr. Chris Thelen is Chief Executive Officer - North America of the company. He joined Chambers Travel (UK, Europe) in 1999 and led a management buy-out of the company five years later. Under his leadership, Chambers Travel quadrupled its turnover and its staff, and became an award-winning business with offices across eight European countries. Chambers Travel was acquired by CTM in December 2014, where Chris remained at the helm of CTM’s European operations until his transfer to CEO North America in July 2016.

Laura Ziolkowski

Ms. Laura Ziolkowski (nee Ruffles) is Chief Executive Officer, Australia & New Zealand, Global Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director of the Company. She has significant local, regional and global industry experience and in a career of more than 20 years, has led teams across sales, account management, operations and technology. Laura is responsible for all aspects of CTM’s business performance and is passionate about customer experience, strategic business planning, product development, productivity and leadership effectiveness. Laura joined CTM in 2010 and has been a key contributor to its successful growth. Prior to joining Corporate Travel Management Laura was a Director at American Express, where she was responsible for managing the small and medium enterprises business function. She is also an Alternate Director of the Australia Federation of Travel Agents.

Stephen Lonie

Mr. Stephen Edward Lonie, FFin, is Independent Non-Executive Director of Corporate Travel Management Ltd. He is a Chartered Accountant, and is a former Managing Partner Queensland of the international accounting and consulting firm, KPMG. He now practices as an independent management consultant and business adviser.

Gregory Moynihan

Mr. Gregory (Greg) John Moynihan, Grad Dip SIA, ASA, FFin, is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Corporate Travel Management Ltd. He is a former Chief Executive Officer of Metway Bank Limited. He has also held senior executive positions with Citibank Australia and Suncorp Metway. Since leaving Suncorp Metway in 2003, Greg Moynihan has focussed on his commitments as a Non-Executive Company Director, as well as pursuing business interests in the investment management and private equity sectors.

Robert Natter

Adm. (Retd.) Robert J. Natter is Independent Non-Executive Director of Corporate Travel Management Ltd., effective February 5, 2014. He is retired from active military service a decade ago and now has more than 10 years of experience in both the government and private sectors in the North American market. In his Navy career, Robert Natter served as the Commander of the U.S. Seventh Fleet operating throughout Asia and the Indian Ocean; Commander in Chief of the U.S Atlantic Fleet; and the first Commander of U.S. Fleet Forces, overseeing all Continental U.S. Navy bases, facilities and training operations. He is currently Chairmen of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association, services on the Board of BAE systems, Inc. (the U.S. based subsidiary of ABE Systems plc) and on the Board of Allied Universal (a privately held US based security company with 140,000 employees). He was on the Board of the National U.S. Navy Seal Museum and was Chairman of G4S Government Solutions Inc.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Anthony Bellas

136,453

Jamie Pherous

708,647

Steve Fleming

620,697

Debbie Carling

--

Larry Lo

754,526

Chris Thelen

578,018

Laura Ziolkowski

997,711

Stephen Lonie

113,711

Gregory Moynihan

113,711

Robert Natter

88,689
As Of  29 Jun 2016