About Complii

Harnessing the power of technology to meet the operational needs of AFSL holders.

Complii Automation Innovation Software was born in 2007.

It is now a full compliance system for anyone dealing in Securities.

Complii Group was established to harness the online power of FinTech to meet the operational needs of Australian Financial Service Licence (AFSL) holders.

Complii’s leadership are informed by their long experience in managing AFSL related businesses, and motivated by the desire to empower a more dynamic and successful Australian financial sector.

They have brought together a complementary mix of financial services and FinTech development experts to develop and integrate best of breed, customisable solutions to AFSL specific operational challenges.

Close collaboration with key clients ensures that the team delivers effective ways to meet real world needs that grow business opportunities, drive competitive advantages and improve customer satisfaction.

board of directors

Craig Mason

Executive Chairman

Craig is the Executive Chairman of Complii FinTech Solutions Ltd. Craig has over 29 years of experience in the finance industry in various capacities. He has worked closely with ASX, ASIC and recently APRA to help shape the industry over this time, more specifically in the areas of custody, third party trade execution and clearing associated services. Craig has previously been an active director of the Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers Association (SAFAA) and also sat on the SAFAA Retail Broker Advisory Committee.

Alison Sarich

Managing Director

Alison has been instrumental in the commercialisation of Complii nationally.  Alison has over 20 years experience in the finance industry in Australia and the United Kingdom, in key roles and market segments. Alison has strong relationship management, extensive operations, including capital raising/corporate actions and compliance experience in the industry and brings this to the everyday running of Complii.

Gavin Solomon

Executive Director

Gavin is the Founder of PrimaryMarkets Limited (Australia). He has over 35 years of experience in the Australian and Asian Equity Capital Markets. Gavin was previously the Founder and Managing Director of Helmsec Global Capital, a pan-Asian ECM house which participated in new capital raisings of over US$1.3B from 2008 to 2015. Gavin holds degrees in Commerce and Law, is a Notary Public and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He was for the past eight years a Non-Executive Director of the Bradman Foundation and International Cricket Hall of Fame.

Greg Gaunt

Non-Executive Director

Greg is a former Executive Chairman of the law firms Lavan and HHG Legal Group and possesses longstanding experience in the management of law firms where he attained broad business experience across many different sectors. Greg graduated from the University of Western Australia and currently sits on the Curtin Business School Asia Business Advisory Board and the Advisory Board of the Catholic Development Fund.

Nick Prosser

Non-Executive Director

Nick combines over 20 years of experience in the ICT sector and over 10 years as a founder, entrepreneur and private investor. Previously he was involved in Canberra Data Center, the largest provider of Data Centre services to the Australian Federal Government. Nick founded ThinkCaddie in 2017, which was sold to Complii FinTech solutions in 2019. Nick is a Director of a number of companies including Advanced Human Imaging, Vudoo and Vega Blue.

Karen Logan

Company Secretary

Karen has extensive compliance, capital raising, merger and acquisition, IPO and backdoor listing experience in a diverse range of industries including technology, media, resources, health care and life science.  Over the past 13 years, she has assisted a substantial number of private start-up and established businesses to transition to publicly-listed companies. Karen is company secretary of a number of ASX listed companies.

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