Mr Mark Gibson.
Mr Rob Cook.
Research Director & Chief Technology Officer
Mr Ron Chernich.
Director of Engineering
Mr Trevor Maloney.
Retired Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Bachelor of Commerce (UNSW)
Fellow, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
Principal areas of practice:
Trevor Maloney joined the firm in 1962 and retired in December
2000. During his 38 years with them he was fortunate to work
in many areas of the firm.
Prior to the merger with Price Waterhouse, Trevor led Coopers
& Lybrand national audit and accounting business from 1995
to 1998. This practice area comprised 1,600 partners and staff
throughout Australia covering audit, corporate advisory, computer
assurance, credit risk management and emerging business practice
Trevor first practised in the firm's Audit divisions, particularly
in the Mining industry. He became an Audit partner of the firm
in 1975 and subsequently joined the Emerging Business Services
group in Brisbane in 1980 providing broad based accounting and
business management advice to unlisted companies, emerging and
growing businesses and various multinational companies.
He has practiced in most service areas of the profession and
was involved in many practice management matters. He was a member
of Coopers & Lybrand's National Committee (governing board)
for 9 years from 1988. He is also a former Managing Partner
of Coopers & Lybrand South East Queensland, from 1991 until
He served as the National Partner for Papua New Guinea and the
Emerging Business Services Division in Australia. Trevor has
considerable overseas experience including 12 years practising
in three of the firm's international offices in Papua New Guinea,
London and New York.
At the time of his retirement he had responsibility for PricewaterhouseCoopers'
national Human Capital practice, which encompasses Human Resources,
Learning & Education, Partner Affairs and Knowledge Management
from the merger date 1 July 1998 until he retired on 31 December
He has been involved in a wide range of industries throughout
his career and has developed expertise in several industries
including Mining, Tourism Development and Information Technology.
Other Commercial Experience:
His general business experience outside PwC covers the following:
- Since retirement, as an adviser to a
number of CEO’s of unlisted companies experiencing strong
growth and or contemplating listing on a recognised stock
- Honorary director and Treasury of the
National Heart Foundation NSW Division since 1998.
- Deputy Chairman of the Department of
Business, Industry and Regional Development's Information
Industries Board in Queensland, 1993/5
- Founding Chairman of Griffith University's
Audit Committee and a member of its Planning and Finance Council,
- Chairman of the Queensland Premier's Export Achievement Panel, 1993-1995