Sandy was appointed Chairman of Pathfinder in 2009 and has worked with the board to maintain high standards of corporate governance over the last decade. He currently sits on a number of corporate boards including Fronde Limited, Coretex Limited and Connexionz Limited, and has previously been on boards of many listed and private NZ companies. He has also held senior executive roles in the financial services industry. Sandy has a B.A. from Yale University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.
Andrew is a Partner, Executive Board Member and Co-Chairman of Alvarium, an independent, global boutique that offers tailored investment solutions for families, foundations, institutions and sovereigns. Globally, Alvarium has offices in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, supervising assets in excess of US$22 billion of assets. Andrew is also chair of The Prince’s Trust NZ, a charity committed to youth development in New Zealand.
Mei has extensive experience in banking and finance, tax and compliance. She is currently Head of Compliance at Alvarium in New Zealand. She has worked in law firms in Hong Kong, London and Wellington, and has also managed a wine business introducing New Zealand wines to the New York market. Mei has an LLB/BCA from Victoria University in accounting and finance.
Anya is passionate about young people’s role in the future of our economy, communities and democracy. She is currently Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust NZ and has previously led Ara Taiohi (the peak body for youth) and on the board of the Commonwealth Alliance of Youth Worker Associations. Anya has a B.A. from Canterbury University, a Graduate Diploma of Teaching and Learning from the Christchurch College of Education and continues her postgraduate study at Victoria University. She brings specialist NGO and ethics skills to Pathfinder.
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE MEMBER
Kent lives in Auckland and his Whakapapa descends from the Te Arawa iwi. He is currently Treasurer of Heartland Bank. Kent has extensive experience in financial and corporate services, risk management and capital markets, having also worked in China and South Korea. Kent has a BPA from Auckland University and has been an independent member of Pathfinder’s Investment Committee since 2015.