Michael is the managing director of MAI Capital and managing director at ICD Property (ICD). ICD is an Australian property development business founded by Michael in 2009. As of 2016 ICD is responsible for managing AU$1.2 billion in assets. Michael has highly respected expertise in company and team building and a track record of creating highly successful JV partnerships with leading institutional companies from China. Michael brings strong knowledge and expertise in corporate finance, JV structuring, Asia strategy and business development.
Luke holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Marketing) from the University of Melbourne and since graduating, has worked almost exclusively with high growth companies at both the start-up and expansion stage. He has worked directly with some of Australia’s most formidable entrepreneurs across a range of industries and has a unique ability to maximise the output of highly driven business leaders. Luke saw an opportunity to bring these skills to MAI Capital, where he can work with more Australian businesses as they expand operations into China.
Tara is support services professional with key expertise in Human Resources, Office Management, Marketing/Branding and Event Management. She has a passion for developing inclusive and vibrant cultures, positive employee relations, and training & development. Tara holds a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism & PR) from Griffith University and a Diploma of Event Management.
Amanda is a well-travelled extrovert with a passion for bringing ideas to fruition. With a former background in management consulting she brings a unique perspective to her role as Office Manager and Operations Coordinator. Her role allows her to encourage a positive workplace culture that instils a healthy work life balance with an resilient foundation of project management. Amanda has a Bachelor of Science in Logistics Management, with minors in Anthropology, Economics, and Spanish from The Ohio State University.
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