Property tech firm adds heavy-hitting trio
Lot Fourteen-based property tech group Real Estate Sales Online has made three appointments to its board, adding former LJ Hooker CEO Grant Harrod, former Network 10 CEO Paul Anderson and former Citigroup Managing Director Nick Bagot.
Harrod’s career in executive management has included time as CEO of Corporate Express Australia, Salmat Limited and Pro-Pac Packaging. He headed up LJ Hooker in Sydney from 2014 to 2017.
Since then, Harrod has gone on to hold a number of non-executive roles, including Chairman of Countrywide Food Service Distribution in Sydney and Sundrop Farms in Port Augusta.
His appointment with RESO, which offers an online property sales platform, is his fourth ongoing directorship commitment.
Anderson, meanwhile, is currently Chief Executive of Byron Studios in New South Wales, where he has been since July 2021, after five and a half years as CEO of Network 10.
He was promoted to CEO of Channel 10 in 2015 after well over a decade as an executive with the network, but left the station in 2020 shortly after its takeover by ViacomCBS.
Finally, Bagot – who boasts a more than 20-year career in investment banking – was appointed Citigroup Managing Director in 2012 and resigned in 2018. Prior to joining the investment banking multinational in 2010, he worked for Goldman Sachs.
RESO Chairman Geoff Rohrsheim said the trio of appointments would “strengthen the board with the sort of knowledge and expertise RESO needs for our next phase of growth”.