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Directors of MYOB Group Limited


Justin Milne

Independent Non-Executive Director, Chairman

Justin Milne was appointed Chairman of MYOB in 2015.

In addition to this role, Justin has been the Chairman and a non-executive director (NED) of Netcomm Wireless, an ASX-listed developer and supplier of communication devices, since March 2012. He also serves as an NED of the Australian Federal Government telecommunications provider NBN Co and ASX-listed gaming and entertainment company Tabcorp.

Prior to assuming these roles, Justin held executive positions in the technology sector including Group Managing Director of Telstra’s BigPond broadband and media businesses, CEO of OzEmail and Managing Director of the Microsoft Network of Australia. Justin also previously served as a NED of ASX-listed consulting firm SMS Management & Technology and Members Equity Bank and as the Chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Justin holds a Bachelor of Arts from Flinders University and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Tim Reed

Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer

Tim Reed joined MYOB in June 2003 and was appointed CEO in 2008 after holding a range of management roles.

Throughout his time with MYOB, Tim has overseen the business’ growth and its transformation into an online business. He also led the creation of the Enterprise Division in 2007 and the acquisition of BankLink in 2013. Prior to joining MYOB, Tim worked in Silicon Valley within a number of companies in global technology and internet markets.

Tim is a Member of the Business Council of Australia and Chair of the Salvation Army’s Oasis Advisory Board.

Tim holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, graduating as Baker Scholar, and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the University of Melbourne and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Andrew Stevens

Independent Non-Executive Director

Andrew Stevens was appointed non-executive director of MYOB in 2015 and also serves as Chairman of the Audit and Risk Management Committee.

Andrew is a director of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) and an Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia, and was appointed by the Australian Federal Minister for Industry and Science as Chairman of the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre. Andrew also serves as a NED of the Greater Western Sydney Football Club, as well as ASX-listed entities Thorn Group Limited (since June 2015) and Stockland (since July 2017).

Andrew previously served as Managing Director of IBM Australia and New Zealand from 2011 to 2014. Previously, Andrew was Chief Operating Officer of PwC Management Consulting, Asia Pacific. Andrew also served as a NED of the Australian Chamber Orchestra until April 2017.

Andrew holds a Master of Commerce, majoring in Marketing, and a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Accounting, Finance and Systems. Andrew is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand.


Anne Ward

Independent Non-Executive Director

Anne Ward was appointed non-executive director of MYOB in 2015 and also serves as Chairman of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee.

Anne is currently NED and Chairman of Colonial First State Investments Ltd, NED and Chairman of Avanteos Investments and NED and Chairman of Qantas Superannuation Plan. Other current directorships are NED and Chairman of Colonial Mutual Superannuation Pty Ltd, NED of Redbubble Ltd, Chairman of Zoological Parks and Gardens Board of Victoria, RMIT University Council Member and some private companies. Anne previously served as NED of Flexigroup Ltd between January 2013 and August 2015, General Counsel (Australia and Asia) for National Australia Bank, and was a partner at Minter Ellison Lawyers and Herbert Geer.

Anne’s achievements were recognised in 2013 when she was named as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence by Westpac and the Australian Financial Review.

Anne holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Craig Boyce

Non-Executive Director

Craig Boyce is a retired Managing Director to Bain Capital and has been a non-executive director of MYOB since its acquisition by Bain Capital in 2011. Craig previously served as a non-executive director at Retail Zoo, the parent company of Boost Juice Bars, Salsa's Fresh on Mex restaurants and CIBO Expresso cafés, as well as at FLEETCOR, a leading global provider of fleet cards and specialty payments to businesses.

Throughout his tenure (1998-2016) at Bain Capital, Craig was involved in a number of other key investments by funds advised by Bain Capital including IP-based video surveillance provider Uniview, after-school English language programme provider RISE, educational publisher Houghton Mifflin, online business directory SuperPages Canada and infrastructure provider for China's financial services market ChinaPnR. Prior to joining Bain Capital in 1998, Craig spent two years at Bain & Company.

Craig holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering magna cum laude from Princeton University.

Edward Han

Edward Han

Non-Executive Director

Ed Han is a Managing Director of Bain Capital based in Sydney.

As a director of Bain Capital, Mr Han currently sits on the following boards, Only About Children, Camp Australia, Carver Korea, and Ideal Standard.

Since joining Bain Capital in 1998, Mr Han has been involved in a number of key investments by funds advised by Bain Capital including Camp Australia, Only About Children, Carver Korea, Blue Coat, Ibstock, EWOS, Ideal Standard, The Weather Company, Clear Channel, SunGard, Warner Music, ProsiebenSAT.1, Houghton Mifflin, and Vertex Pacific.

Prior to joining Bain Capital, Mr Han was a consultant at McKinsey & Company.

Mr Han holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar, and a BA summa cum laude in Computer Science from Harvard College where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year.


Fiona Pak-Poy

Independent Non-Executive Director

Fiona Pak-Poy joined the MYOB Board in January 2017. She is a professional non-executive director. She has been an executive, advisor and investor in companies from high tech start-ups to ASX 50 and Fortune 500 companies in a wide array of industries including financial services, healthcare, telecom and manufacturing. Fiona is also a non-executive Director of several leading companies, all with a focus on technology and innovation, as well as being a committee member of the Biomedical Translational Fund (BTF). The BTF is part of the Governments "National Science and Innovation Agenda".

Fiona has an Honours Degree in Engineering from the University of Adelaide and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.