The Tambla board of directors is responsible for the corporate governance of the company including the direction and oversight of the company's business on behalf of shareholders. Responsibility for the formulation of strategy and management of the day to day operations rests with the Chief Executive Officer.

Policy and other functions of the board include:

Approving goals, strategy, and plans for the company's direction formulated by management and monitoring their implementation, receiving and approving management recommendations such as for capital expenditure and monitoring the company's performance, meeting statutory, regulatory and reporting requirements.

Niall Cairns - Non-Executive Chairman at Tambla

Niall Cairns

Non-Executive Chairman

Niall Cairns is a joint managing director and co‐founder of Kestrel Capital Pty Limited, a private equity manager focused on growth companies with global opportunities in the technology, resources, niche manufacturing and services sectors. As an experienced growth company investor and developer, Niall has over 25 years of direct seed, private equity, and listed company experience. In 1993 Niall cofounded Kestrel Capital, since which he has raised six funds and led the investments and been a director of companies such as Australian Helicopters, Avand (sold to Technology One), GMD (sold to SMS), Gale Pacific (AVCAL award winner) and Intrapower (sold to TPG Telecom). Currently, Niall is a director of Tru‐Test Corporation Limited, Goldminex Resources Limited, and Nanyang Australia II Limited. Niall holds a bachelor of economics (BEc) and is Chartered Accountant (CA) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors (FAICD).

Phillip Carter - Non-Executive Director at Tambla

Phillip Carter

Non-Executive Director

Phillip Carter is a joint managing director of Kestrel Capital Pty Limited, the Sydney‐based private equity manager. Phillip has extensive experience developing and financing technology-rich industrials in Australia, Europe, and the USA. Recently, as chairman of Prism Group Holdings – a developer of enterprise management information systems software – he led the restructure and turnaround of its global operations and sale of the business to a US competitor, delivering significant returns to investors.

Previously, Phillip headed a leading UK‐based technology consulting and investment advisory practice managed by the InterTechnology Fund, recognised by the EVCA as one of the most active development capital funds in Europe. He is currently a non‐executive director of Goldminex Resources Limited and Sigtec Holdings Pty Ltd (Australia).

Phillip holds a doctorate and a bachelor degree in engineering (Ph.D., BEng) and a masters degree in finance (MAppFin). He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute.

Chris Fydler

Managing Director

Chris has been working successfully in the IT industry for almost 20 years. A qualified lawyer with an entrepreneurial spirit, Chris has held legal, commercial and management roles during his career. Most recently, Chris was CEO and co-owner of System Integrator, Oriel Technologies that he sold in 2016 to the Big Air Group Ltd. His strong leadership qualities are helping establish Tambla as Australia’s premium provider of intelligent workforce solutions.

In his spare time, he holds a number of leadership roles and is active in helping promote sport in NSW.

Chris Brooke - Tambla’ Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary.

Chris Brooke

Company Secretary

Chris Brooke is Tambla’ Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary. An experienced finance professional, Chris has worked in senior roles with a range of ASX listed companies over his 23-year career, including KPMG and Boral Energy Resources as well as the Adelaide companies Suburban Transport Services and FH Faulding.

Prior to joining Tambla, Chris was formerly the Group Chief Financial Officer for Razor Risk Technologies, whom he had been with since 2007.

Chris has a proven track record in driving cost management, cash control, and staff utilisations. He also has strengths in finance negotiations, liaising with sales teams and enhancement of management and board reporting information.

Chris graduated with a bachelor of economics from Flinders University in 1989 and subsequently qualified as a CPA in 2004 and as an MBA from the University of Adelaide in 2006. Chris is a Fellow Member of both CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (London).