Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer
Skander joined OFX in February 2017.
He has more than 30 years’ experience in financial services and healthcare. In financial services, he has particular depth across consumer payments, consumer finance, joint ventures, partnerships, commercial lending and leasing, and digital. He has worked previously for GE (across GE Healthcare and GE Capital), Westpac Banking Corporation, and Household International.
Skander is a leader who targets growth in market share, strong operating discipline, delivering sustainable returns, and building strong teams. His global experience is robust, having lived and worked in Australia & New Zealand, the UK, the US, Turkey, the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe.
He holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney and enjoys an active life, contributing to the community via not-for-profit roles, keeping fit, and travelling widely.
Chair and Non-Executive Director
Patricia joined OFX in 2022. She is a highly experienced Non-Executive Director and Chair. She is currently non-executive director of Transurban Limited, a member of the Board of Guardians of the Future Fund, and an Ambassador for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF).
As an executive, Patricia held very senior positions with a number of major international banks in the U.S., Europe and Australia. Patricia was involved in the original development of the OTC derivatives markets.
Patricia held previous Board appointments at Aviva plc, Macquarie Group and Macquarie Bank. National Australia Bank, Wesfarmers, Qantas Airways, AMP, Suncorp-Metway, Chair of Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation and Chair of Qantas Superannuation.
She has held numerous honorary Government positions including as a founding member of the Financial Sector Advisory Council and the Australian Financial Centre Task Force advisory board. She has served on several not for profit boards including as a founding Board member of the Grattan Institute and as a Director of the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She is a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and was the founding Chair of the 30% Club in Australia.
Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Audit Committee
Grant joined OFX in September 2013 and has over 35 years’ experience in accounting and corporate finance. Grant’s prior professional experience includes Head of Corporate Finance for Ernst & Young Queensland, and he is a graduate of the Kellog Advanced Executive Program at the North Western University, Chicago, United States.
Grant is also a Non-Executive Director of ALS Limited, Redbubble Limited, and Lynas Corporation Limited.
Grant is also Senator of the University of Queensland; Adjunct Professor School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Queensland; member of Queensland State Council of Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee
Doug joined OFX in March 2015 and has over 30 years’ experience in finance, consulting, strategic management and outsourcing. Doug has previously worked as Country Managing Director of Accenture Australia.
Doug is also a chairman of Odyssey House NSW, Mcgrath Foundation, Chairman of Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and Chairman of Isentia Group Limited.
Doug is also a Member of the National Library of Australia Council and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Ms Kovacs is a member of the Audit Risk and Compliance Committee. Ms Kovacs has over 30 years operational experience in the financial services industry, having held senior executive leadership roles at Westpac Banking Group, Ellerston Capital, Macquarie Group and BT Investment Bank.
Ms Kovacs’ most recent executive role was as Group Head of Business Development at Westpac until March 2019, where she was responsible for advising the Westpac Executive Committee and Board on business disruption and the future of banking and wealth, making strategic investments and managing strategic partnerships.
Ms Kovacs is a Director of Equitise Pty Ltd, Hub24 Ltd and the University Admission Centre (UAC). She is a Finance Committee member of Kincoppal Rose Bay.
Ms Carnabuci has 35 years’ experience as a senior legal advisor to, and as an independent non-executive director of, boards of listed and privately owned companies in Australia and Asia. She was previously a director at listed company Atomo Diagnostics Limited.
Ms Carnabuci was the General Counsel of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) from July 2017 to July 2021. Prior to her role at the ABC, Ms Carnabuci was a Senior Partner with the international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Based in Hong Kong for 15 years and led the firm’s TMT/IP practice in Asia.
Ms Carnabuci began her career in Sydney at Mallesons Stephen Jacques (now King and Wood Mallesons) and was a partner there from 1997 to 2000.