Count Charitable Foundation - Board
The Count Charitable Foundation Board consists of senior executives who bring specific areas of expertise and experience to the Board. The Count Charitable Foundation Board meets twice a year to review the Foundation’s activities and to set and monitor strategy.
Noel is a Barrister practicing in Sydney and has practiced in superannuation, life insurance and tax for in excess of 30 years. He is a former partner of legal firms Hunt & Hunt and Clayton Utz and was formerly a consultant to Mallesons Stephen Jaques.
Noel is a part-time member of the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal. He is a Director of Trust Company Superannuation Services Limited and Chair of its audit, risk and compliance committee. He is also a Director of Pillar Administration, which administers the NSW Government superannuation schemes and some private sector funds, and chair of its compliance committee. Noel is Author of “The Law of Superannuation in Australia”, a loose-leaf book and editor of the Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin.
Noel was appointed a Non-Executive Director on 13 February 2006. He is also a Non-Executive Director of Compound Investments Limited.
Barry Lambert is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a Senior Fellow of FINSIA. Barry established Count in 1980.
Prior to establishing Count, Barry worked for 19 years within the Commonwealth Bank of Australia including CBFC. Barry was a Founding Director of the industry body ASIFA (now the FPA) in 1982, and was elected NSW President in 1985 and National President of ASIFA in 1988.
He is also the Managing Director of Compound Investments Limited, Count Property Pty Ltd and Count Pty Ltd (Trustee of Count Charitable Foundation). As well as Director of Count Finance Pty Ltd, CountGPS Pty Ltd, Count Investments Pty Ltd, Count Legal Pty Ltd, Countplus Pty Ltd and Equity Loan Broking Pty Ltd, Equity Structured Products Pty Ltd and finconnect (australia) pty ltd. The above are all subsidiaries of Count Financial Limited.
He is also a Director of various companies that Count has minor direct or indirect shareholdings in, including the subsidiary companies of Countplus.