Patrick Grove

Patrick Grove is a co-founder of the iProperty Group. Patrick is also the Group CEO, Executive Chairman and major shareholder of the Catcha Group, one of South East Asia’s most dynamic media investment companies, incorporating online, publishing and event businesses, whose portfolio including Catcha Media Berhad, Malaysia’s leading online company, listed on Bursa Malaysia. Catcha Group is also the major shareholder of iProperty Group.

Prior to his founding of the Catcha Group, ...

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Independent Non-Executive Director

Georg Chmiel

Georg has extensive experience in the online and the real estate industry. He is Chief Executive Officer of LJ Hooker, one of the largest real estate groups in Asia Pacific. Most recently, Georg held the position of CFO and General Manager International at REA Group Ltd (ASX: REA) for almost six years. Georg was instrumental in building a solid platform for expansion which allowed the group to grow exponentially. Georg has ...

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Non-Independent Non-Executive Director

Luke Elliott

LukeBoard member since February 2010. Mr. Elliott, a founding shareholder of the iProperty Group’s majority shareholder, Catcha Group, has 12 years of Asian online experience, and is one of the region’s leading experts in migrating advertising and content models to the new media arena. His experience lies in developing fast moving online business models, monetizing online media assets and executing corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings and public listings.

Mr. Elliott ...

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Non-Independent Non-Executive Director

Roland Tripard

Mr Roland Tripard is CEO of, the leader in online real estate in France for the past 18 years and is part of Axel Springer, one of Europe’s largest media groups. Its websites are available on all devices (computer, mobile phone and connected TV) and every day millions of French internet users view the 1.1 million plus listings posted by over 20,000 real estate professionals.

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Communications to Market and Shareholders

The Board recognises its duty to ensure that its shareholders are informed of all major developments affecting the Company’s state of affairs and has adopted a Shareholder Communication Policy. The Policy provides that information will be communicated to shareholders and the market through:

  1. The Annual Report which is distributed to shareholders (usually with the Notice of Annual General Meeting);
  2. The Annual General Meeting and other general meetings called to obtain shareholder approvals as appropriate;
  3. The Half-Yearly Directors’ and Financial ...
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Internal control and risk management

The Board is responsible for the identification, monitoring and management of significant business risks and the implementation of appropriate levels of internal control, recognising however that no cost effective internal control system will preclude all errors and irregularities. The Board regularly reviews and monitors areas of significant business risk and has established a separate Audit and Risk Management Committee which is governed by a separate Board Charter.

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Remuneration Policy

The fees and emoluments paid to Directors will be approved in advance by Shareholders. The salary and emoluments paid to officers will be approved by the Remuneration and Nomination Committee. Consultants will be engaged as required pursuant to Consultancy Service Agreements. The Company will ensure that fees, salaries and emoluments will be in line with general standards for publicly listed companies of the size and type of the Company and that they will not be excessive. All salaries of Directors ...

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Board of Directors – Compositions, Structure and Process

The Board has been formed so that it has effective composition, size and commitment to adequately discharge its responsibilities and duties given the current size, scale and nature of the Company’s activities.

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Board of Directors – Role and Responsibilities

In general, the Board is responsible for, and has the authority to determine, all matters relating to the policies, practices, management and operations of the Company. The Board is also responsible for the overall corporate governance of the Company, and recognises the need for the highest standards of behaviour and accountability in acting in the best interests of the Company as a whole. The Board also ensures that the Company complies with all of its contractual, statutory and any other ...

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Framework and Approach to Corporate Governance and Responsibility

The Board of Directors is committed to maintaining the highest standards of Corporate Governance. Corporate Governance is about having a set of core values and behaviours that underpin the Company’s activities and ensure transparency, fair dealing and protection of shareholders’ interests. The Board supports the Principles of Good Corporate Governance and Best Practice Recommendations developed by the ASX Corporate Governance Council (“Council”). The Company’s practices are largely consistent with the Council’s guidelines – the Board considers that the implementation of ...

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