As OCTFOLIO Managing Director, Darren Anderson brings unique insight and expertise to his position via an expansive career. As a former Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of Diversified Mining Services (DMS), Darren brings his vast knowledge base to OCTFOLIO’s core business and associated industry stakeholders.
Career highlights include 15 years spent as founder and Managing Director of the Anderson Group of Companies, which grew from a single person operation in Mackay to a company with in excess of 300 employees and 12 operating divisions across both Queensland and New South Wales that service the Australian and international coal industries.
From this position he sees OCTFOLIO as well placed to play a starring role in the predicted technology boom with innovative developments such as the OCTFOLIO Hazardous Material Information Management Software launched throughout Australia in September 2013.
Kevin Maloney is Chairman of OCTFOLIO, delivering immeasurable experience to the Board of Directors from the resource and finance industries. Kevin is also the founder and Chairman of Australian investment giant Tulla Group.
One of Kevin’s numerous career highlights was as founder and Executive Chairman of The MAC Services Group (The MAC), which sold to Oil States International in 2010 for $651M. Kevin has been involved with a number of public companies as an executive and director over the years, and after spending 20 years with ANZ Bank, Kevin joined Elders Resources Finance Limited in 1981, progressing to Chief Executive Officer.
Fred Kempson is a Director of OCTFOLIO, adding a wealth of experience to the Board of Directors from the spectrum of international investment banking and corporate governance. Fred has also held a range of senior executive positions within the international investment banking arena including a significant period as Managing Director of ANZ’s investment bank AIFC Limited, and Vice President of Security Pacific Limited.
During his time as Vice President of Security Pacific Bank, in 1992 the bank merged with San Francisco-based Bank America (now called Bank of America), in a deal that was at the time one of the largest bank mergers in history.