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Corporate Ladder: your guide to executive appointments

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In this weekly column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including mining and wine.

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Andrew Bradley

Accounting advisory firm William Buck has appointed Andrew Bradley as senior advisor to its private office wealth team.

Bradley moves from Brisbane where he was EWM Group’s head of investments, responsible for family office services. He has worked in a variety of roles within family office, accounting and broking firms as well as in private and investment banking.

William Buck’s wealth advisory head Adrian Frinsdorf said Bradley’s appointment was a reflection of the firm’s private office growth.

“Andrew brings specific skills in investment, philanthropy, family governance and family office advisory services, all of which are in strong demand among high net worth individuals and families to manage their assets,” he said.

Changing faces of mineral companies

Daniel Murnane

Peter Kupinewski had been appointed corporate advisory principle lawyer for DMAW.

Kupinewski, who left oil and gas exploration and production company Beach Energy, has been replaced by corporate lawyer Daniel Murnane.

Murnane worked as senior legal council for Beach Energy for two years before being made company secretary at the beginning of March.

Resource exploration and mining company Centrex Metals Limited has appointed Peter Cox as non-executive director of the company.

Director and secretary of Lincoln Minerals for five years before chairing Wireless Communication, Cox has also been a fellow of the Institute of Charted Accountants.

He replaces Chris Indermaur, who will act as a consultant, and continue as chairman of the board’s audit and risk committee and remuneration and nomination committee.

Justin Tiller

Fresh eyes for winery

For the first time in 94 years, Patritti wines has made two key leadership appointments outside of the family. Justin Tiller has been named the brand’s general manager while Angelo Piantadosi has stepped in as director and independent chairperson.

Piamtadosi previously led Integr8ed Business & Management Solution and spent eight years advising the Patritti family and business.

A statement from the company said Piamtadosi would work with Tiller and the board to ensure the continued success of the company.

Retiring director Ines Patritti said they believed Tiller’s appointment would “inject renewed vigour and confidence into the business, ensuring its longevity for the generations to come.”

Kristen Gray

In another part of the wine world, Kristen Gray will join Treasury Wine Estates as chief legal officer and company secretary.

Gray moves from commercial explosives corporation Orica where she was the group executive of corporate services and company secretary. She replaces Matt Young, who will continue in his role as chief financial officer.

Sales step for operations manager

After two years as electrical automation IoTics’ operation manager, Robert Carson has been appointed as the electrical service and engineering company’s head of sales.

The New Zealand-born engineer worked in operations for seven years before moving into a joint sales and operations role.

Big tile to fill

Beaumont Tiles South Australia have advertised for a CEO. The company is headed by Danny Casey, who has been in the role for almost eight years. Casey previously worked across manufacturing positions at Detmold Packaging, John Lewis Foodservice and Campbells Cash and Carry.

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