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Caltex Australia Ltd (CTX.AX)

CTX.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

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24 Apr 2017
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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Greig Gailey

2015 Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Julian Segal

2009 Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director

Simon Hepworth

1999 Chief Financial Officer

Viv Ros

2016 Chief Information Officer

Lyndall Stoyles

2016 Executive General Manager, Legal & Corporate Affairs, Company Secretary

Andrew Brewer

2014 Executive General Manager, Supply Chain Operations

Joanne Taylor

2016 Executive General Manager, Human Resources

Louise Warner

2016 Executive General Manager, Fuels

Bruce Rosengarten

55 2014 Executive General Manager - Commercial

Kara-Lyn Nicholls

2016 Company Secretary

Melinda Conrad

2017 Non-Executive Director

Steven Gregg

54 2015 Independent Director

Bruce Morgan

2013 Independent Director

Barbara Ward

62 2015 Independent Director

Trevor Bourne

2006 Non-Executive Independent Director

Penelope Winn

2015 Non-Executive Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Greig Gailey

Mr. Greig Gailey is Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of Caltex Australia Ltd., effective 9 December 2015. He has been on the Company's Board since December 11, 2007. He is Chairman of the Human Resources Committee and Member of the Nomination Committee and OHS & Environmental Risk Committee of the Company. He has also been Member of the Audit Committee of the Company since May 1, 2008. He brings to the Board Australian and international oil industry experience, and a background in industrial and capital intensive industries as well as involvement in public policy. From 1964 to 1998, he worked at British Petroleum Company (BP) where he held various positions throughout Australia and offshore, including management of refining, supply and distribution in Australia and Europe. He was subsequently appointed CEO of Fletcher Challenge Energy (New Zealand), a position he held from 1998 to 2001. In August 2001, he joined Pasminco Limited as CEO. Pasminco was transformed and relisted as Zinifex Limited on the ASX in April 2004, and he became Managing Director & CEO of Zinifex Limited from that date until standing down in June 2007. He is Chairman of ConnectEast and the Board of Trustees of the Energy and Minerals Institute at the University of Western Australia and a member of the advisory board of CSL Australia and the Victorian Opera Company. He was previously a director of the Australian Davos Connection Limited (from November 2007 to September 2012). He holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland.

Julian Segal

Mr. Julian Segal is Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Executive Director of Caltex Australia Ltd., since July 1, 2009. Mr. Segal joined Caltex from Incitec Pivot Limited, a leading global chemicals company, where he served as the Managing Director & CEO from June 2005 to May 2009. Prior to Incitec Pivot, Mr. Segal spent six years at Orica in a number of senior management positions, including Manager of Strategic Market Planning, General Manager – Australia/Asia Mining Services, and Senior Vice President – Marketing for Orica Mining Services. He is a director of the Australian Institute of Petroleum Limited (appointed 1 July 2009). Mr. Segal holds a Bachelor of Science (Chemical Engineering) from the Israel Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.

Simon Hepworth

Mr. Simon Hepworth is Chief Financial Officer of Caltex Australia Ltd. He was appointed to the post in 1999. He joined Ampol in 1996 as Group Financial Controller after 10 years with Arthur Andersen. He was previously involved with Ampol as an Audit Manager and was involved in the merger with Caltex as Financial Adviser to Pioneer. He studied at University of Sheffield, where he completed his Bachelor of Arts in 1982. He is Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has a Masters of Applied Finance from Macquarie University, Sydney. He is also Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Viv Ros

Mr. Viv Da Ros is Chief Information Officer of the Company. Mr. Da Ros’ contract included relocation and accommodation support to assist him to relocate from Hong Kong, where he was previously employed. If Mr Da Ros’ employment ceases due to resignation, serious and wilful misconduct or negligent behaviour within 12 months of commencement, the entire cost of relocation assistance must be repaid, with a pro-rated portion repayable if employment ceases for these reasons between 12 and 24 months. Mr Da Ros also received an award of restricted shares to compensate him for forgone STI and LTI at his prior employer. Thirty three and one-third percent (33.33%) of the restricted share grant will vest after six months’ employment, with an additional 33% and 34% of the grant vesting on each of Mr Da Ros’ second and third anniversary of his commencement date. Each unvested tranche will lapse if his employment ceases due to resignation, serious and wilful misconduct, negligent behaviour or unsatisfactory performance prior to each respective vesting date.

Lyndall Stoyles

Andrew Brewer

Mr. Andrew Brewer is an Executive General Manager, Supply Chain Operations of the Company. He is an experienced senior executive in the energy and resources sector. Commencing his career as a professional electrical engineer, Andrew has held leadership roles in engineering, project management, maintenance, reliability, operations, business strategy, planning and general management. This has spanned the minerals processing, resources and energy industries across Australia and in Canada where he was Downstream Country Chair and General Manager of the Burnaby oil refinery for Chevron Canada. Andrew also previously managed the Kurnell refinery.

Joanne Taylor

Louise Warner

Bruce Rosengarten

Mr. Bruce Rosengarten is Executive General Manager - Commercial of Caltex Austrailia Ltd. Mr. Bruce joined Caltex in December 2013 with over 30 years of executive experience. Bruce spent 10 years at Shell, holding senior executive roles in Australia and across Asia Pacific and the Middle East. He also held senior roles at Coles Myer Ltd, Weight Watchers International Ltd, Crown Ltd and International Harvester Australia Ltd. Bruce holds a Bachelor of Economics from Monash University and Graduate Diploma in Physical Distribution Management from Chisholm Institute.

Kara-Lyn Nicholls

Ms. Kara-Lyn Nicholls is Company Secretary of the Company. Ms Nicholls has nearly 20 years’ experience across global equity capital markets including wide-ranging commercial and corporate compliance involvement. She brings extensive knowledge of the Australian Securities Exchange listing rules, corporate governance and company compliance and administration to the Board. Prior to joining Caltex, she has held roles with Woolworths Limited, Arrium Limited, Macquarie Group Limited and the Australian Securities Exchange Limited. She is a Non-executive Director and Company Secretary of the Gidget Foundation Australia, member of the Advisory Board of Macquarie University’s Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance (DAB) and Chair of the DAB’s Nomination Committee. She is a Chartered Secretary, JP, Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia, Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a Bachelor of Business and Master of Legal Studies from the University of Technology Sydney.

Melinda Conrad

Ms. Melinda B. Conrad is Non-Executive Director of the Company. Melinda brings to the Caltex Board expertise in strategy and governance in addition to a background in retail and technology led transformation. She held executive roles at Harvard Business School, Colgate-Palmolive, several retail businesses as founder and CEO and in strategy and marketing advisory. Melinda is currently a Non-Executive Director of ASX Limited, OFX Group Limited, The Reject Shop Limited, the George Institute for Global Health and the Centre for Independent Studies. She is also a Member of the ASIC Director Advisory Panel and the Australian Institute of Company Directors Corporate Governance Committee. Prior to this she served as Non-Executive Director of David Jones Limited, APN News & Media Limited and the Garvan Medical Research Institute Foundation. Ms Conrad holds a BA (hons) from Wellesley College in Boston, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Steven Gregg

Mr. Steven Gregg is an Independent Director of the Company. Mr Gregg has an extensive background in investment banking in Australia and overseas and he brings significant executive corporate finance, strategy, and mergers and acquisitions experience to the Caltex Board. He has over 20 years of experience in in senior management and consulting roles in Australia and overseas, including as partner in the Corporate Finance and Financial Institutions practice at McKinsey & Company and Global Head of Investment Banking and CEO at ABN Amro. Mr Gregg is a director of Challenger Limited, Challenger Life Company Limited, Tabcorp Holdings Limited and William Inglis & Son Limited, and serves as Chairman of The Lorna Hodgkinson Sunshine Homes, a trustee of the Australian Museum and a member of the Grant Samuel nonexecutive Advisory Board.

Bruce Morgan

Mr. Bruce Morgan is an Independent Director of Caltex Australia Ltd since June 29, 2013. Mr. Morgan brings to the Board expertise in accounting, business advisory services, risk and general management. He was a partner with professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for over 25 years, where he practised as an audit partner with a focus on the energy and mining sectors. He was previously Chairman of the PwC Board and a member of the PwC Global Board. Prior to that, he was managing partner of PwC’s Sydney and Brisbane offices. Mr. Morgan is the Chairman of Sydney Water Corporation and a director of Origin Energy Limited (appointed November 2012), the University of NSW Foundation, the European Australian Business Council and Redkite. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) from the University of NSW.

Barbara Ward

Ms. Barbara Kay Ward is an Independent Director of Caltex Australia Limited., effective 1 April 2015. Ms. Ward brings to the Caltex Board strategic and financial expertise in capital intensive industries. She is an experienced director, having served on the boards of various public companies including the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Lion Nathan Limited and Multiplex Limited, and public sector entities, including as Chairman of Country Energy. Ms Ward has over 20 years of experience in senior management roles, including as Chief Executive Officer of Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services and General Manager Finance at TNT Limited. She also served as a Senior Ministerial Advisor to the Honourable Paul Keating. Ms Ward is a Director of various Brookfield companies, Qantas Airways Limited and the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Master of Political Economy from the University of Queensland.

Trevor Bourne

Mr. Trevor Bourne is Non-Executive Independent Director of Caltex Australia Ltd., since March 2, 2006. He is Chairman of OHS & Environmental Risk Committee and Member of the Audit and Nomination Committees of the Company. He brings to the Board management experience in industrial and capital industries, and a background in engineering and supply chain. From 1999 to 2003, he served as CEO of Tenix Investments. Prior to Tenix, he spent 15 years at Brambles Industries, including six years as Managing Director of Brambles Australasia. He has also previously worked for Incitec Pivot and BHP. He was previously a director of Origin Energy Limited (from February 2000 to 12 November 2012) and was the Chairman of Hastie Group Limited (where he served as a director from February 2005 to 15 February 2012). He holds a Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Newcastle.

Penelope Winn

Ms. Penelope Ann Winn is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Ms Winn brings to the Caltex Board Australian and international strategic, major transformation and business integration, technology and retail marketing experience. She has over 30 years of experience in retail in senior management roles in Australia and overseas, including as Director Group Retail Services with Woolworths Limited where she was responsible for leading the Logistics and Information Technology divisions and the Customer Engagement teams across the organisation. Ms Winn is Chairman of Port Waratah Coal Services Ltd, director of data analytics company The Quantium Group Holdings Pty Limited and a member of the UTS Business School’s Advisory Board.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Greig Gailey

555,614

Julian Segal

5,614,640

Simon Hepworth

2,059,140

Viv Ros

41,490

Lyndall Stoyles

120,798

Andrew Brewer

1,586,650

Joanne Taylor

823,720

Louise Warner

343,506

Bruce Rosengarten

1,798,380

Kara-Lyn Nicholls

--

Melinda Conrad

--

Steven Gregg

213,807

Bruce Morgan

242,294

Barbara Ward

239,038

Trevor Bourne

242,264

Penelope Winn

196,759
As Of  30 Dec 2016