Bellamy's scheme of arrangement


Board of Directors

Bellamy’s Board currently consists of five Non-Executive Directors, three of whom are independent Non-Executive Directors (including the Deputy Chair). The Directors bring a variety of skills and experience, including industry and business knowledge, financial management and corporate governance.

John Ho
Non-Executive Director

John founded Janchor Partners and serves as its Chief Investment Officer. Janchor Partners is a long-term industrialist investor in companies with superior long-term value creation potential in the Asia Pacific region. He also serves as Deputy Chair of the Hong Kong Exchange Listing Committee, the regulatory body that provides independent oversight of listing rules and companies in Hong Kong. John has extensive business and investment experience in consumer, technology and health related sectors, especially in Australia and China. He is an Australian citizen and holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Bachelor of Commerce in Finance (First Class Honours and University Medal) from the University of New South Wales. Janchor Partners has a relevant interest of 7.73% in Bellamy’s.

John Murphy
Independent Non-Executive Director
Deputy Chair
Chair of the Remuneration & Nomination Committee

John has over 35 years’ experience in Australia and internationally in the beverage, food and packaging industry. He has held numerous senior leadership roles at large multinational companies, including Managing Director of Coca-Cola Amatil Australia, CEO of Visy Packaging and Recycling for Australasia and Managing Director of Fosters Australia/Carlton & United Breweries.

John currently sits on the advisory board of a number of private companies including PFD Food Services and Bladnoch Distillery, and also advises a range of companies internationally. He previously served as Chair of the Lantern Hotel Group.

Rodd Peters
Non-Executive Director

Rodd has more than 30 years' experience as a commercial transactions lawyer and litigation lawyer. For the first 7 years of his career he was a barrister and he then established his own law firm in partnership in 1993. He is admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. He has acted for several of Australia's wealthiest individuals and families and also for many small to medium sized entrepreneurial companies here and abroad. He is currently a consulting lawyer to Kemp Strang Lawyers in Sydney. Rodd holds a Bachelor of Laws from University of Tasmania and also a Master of Laws (Hons) from Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.

After being voted onto Bellamy's Board at the EGM in February 2017, Rodd accepted the role of interim Chair overseeing the initial transition of Bellamy's turnaround plan and Board renewal and thereafter he has remained as a Non-Executive Director of Bellamy's.

Wai-Chan Chan
Independent Non-Executive Director

Wai-Chan was appointed as a Non-Executive Director in February 2017. He brings 25 years of consulting and operating experience in the consumer products and retailing sectors, with a focus on Asia, in particular China. He advises clients in the grocery, health and beauty, apparel and food and beverages industries on issues related to strategy, operations, organisation, and digital. He currently works for Oliver Wyman where he is a partner and the Global Leader of the Consumer Goods Practice. He was also previously at the retailer, Dairy Farm where he was the Regional North Asia Director, responsible for some 2,500 stores across multiple formats. He was also a partner at McKinsey & Company in Greater China. Wai-Chan holds a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, and a B.Sc. from Imperial College, London.

Shirley Liew
Independent Non-Executive Director
Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee

Shirley has over 25 years’ experience in international, listed and world class organisations in Australia as well as the UK and Asia. She has held senior commercial finance roles and lead advisory/audit partner roles in top tier chartered accounting firms, including Grant Thornton and Ernst & Young.

Shirley currently serves on a number of advisory boards and is Chair and Non-Executive Director of Outset Group (AmberTiles Franchise) as well as both Non-Executive Director and Committee Chair for audit, finance and risk for each of Lantern Hotels Group Limited, Amber Group Australia, Hunter United Employees Credit Union Limited and Bridge Housing Limited. She also serves as an independent advisor and member of various audit and risk committees including Transport NSW Trains and, until recently, NSW Health Local Health Districts of Nepean Blue Mountains.