When Paul Brady asked for a 'brain dump' to assist his early stage company, Secure Growth Property Funds, secure access to some prospective board / advisory board members, he came to the right place.
Women on Boards principals, Claire Braund and Ruth Medd, swung into action and provided him with comprehensive answers to his questions around the issues to consider when recruiting an advisory or independent board members. They have developed this into an article which you can read here.
Full members might also like to take a look at the vacancy Paul has posted for two independent board members to join Secure Growth Property Funds on the on the WOB Jobs Board.
SGPF is a recently founded company that utilises its executives deep finance and property experience to source and apply “hands on” strategic management to high growth property assets across Australia. Collectively, its team of finance and property executives have transacted and managed over $5 billion of property assets across different geographies and asset classes including commercial office, retail, industrial, logistics, residential, leisure and automotive. The primary goal is to ensure that investments are secure, stable, and income producing, whilst at the same time having the potential to generate long-term capital appreciation that will build wealth.