Established and led by a dedicated and skilled Management Team and Board of Directors, TSL Capital is backed by professionals with extensive knowledge and experience in banking, finance, accounting and property. The team’s in-depth experience and rigorous policies and procedures aim to ensure a comprehensive service to Investors and to Borrowers.
Our Management Team and Board of Directors includes:
A member of TSL’s Credit Committee and Audit & Compliance Committee, Ken Flint has operated a private independent finance brokerage and consultancy practice since 1981.
Among other directorships, Ken is Managing Director of Turner Securities Ltd AFSL 307209, KMF Group Pty Ltd, Australasian Aircraft Finance Pty Ltd, and Australasian Mining Equipment Finance Pty Ltd.
Ken is an accredited equipment finance and mortgage broker with all major Australian banks and financial intermediaries and holds a Diploma in Financial Services.
He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, member of the Mortgage Finance Association Australia and an accredited member of the Professional Lenders Association Network (PLAN) which is one of Australia’s largest mortgage aggregator groups.
Ken has held a South Australian Real Estate Licence since 1983.
Grant Miles is Managing Director and business advisor of accounting firm Moore Stephens SA & NT and has 30 years experience as a Chartered Accountant providing business advice, accounting and taxation services to a wide variety of commercial business owners, high net worth individuals and private taxation clients. In his current role Grant provides professional advice to sophisticated investors as well as operators of self managed superannuation funds.
Grant is also a Board member of a number of ASX Listed companies, large proprietary companies and not for profit organisations.
Grant holds qualifications including a Bachelor of Arts in Accountancy and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Grant is a member of TSL’s Credit Committee.
David McArdle operates a private property consultancy business and has over 30 years’ experience in the commercial, retail and industrial property sectors including a role as a former National Proprietor with Jones Lang Wootton Australia.
Previous board and committee roles held by David include Chairman, The West Beach Trust, Chairman, (SA) Government Office Accommodation Committee, Director, Management Services (WA) Ltd (Manager of the listed Property Trust of Australia), member University of South Australia Building Advisory Committee, member Australian Institute of Valuers and Land Economists Board, member Building Owners and Managers Association Board (now the Property Council of Australia).
David is currently a member of the Urban Renewal Authority Board of Management, and has held numerous advisory roles for SA State and Local Government involving large scale property projects and public asset management issues.
David holds qualifications as a Master of Applied Science in Project Management, Graduate Diploma in Building Project Management and a Diploma in Technology in Valuation and he is a Life Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA).
David provides TSL with a specialist depth of experience in property security analysis in project development and valuation assessment. He is a member of TSL’s Credit Committee.
Beginning his Financial Services career as a Principal of the Associated Planners Group, Michael developed a passion for building enduring client and business relationships. Placing a value on education, Michael holds a Diploma of Financial Planning and has a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).
With over 25 years industry experience, Michael specialises in all aspects of financial planning for individual and business clients and has extensive experience in integration of mergers and acquisitions. He also holds an Executive Director role on the Findex Group Board.
TSL maintains a Credit Committee which consists of TSL’s two executive directors and two non-executive directors.
All mortgage funding opportunities will pass through a sub-committee consisting of two executive directors and at least one of the non-executive directors before being approved for the Fund.
The Credit Committee is responsible for evaluating mortgage funding opportunities in accordance with the loan criteria set out in this Information Memorandum and TSL’s lending procedures manual. The Credit Committee is also responsible for monitoring any Loans in default and deciding upon the appropriate steps to be taken in managing the default.
The current members of the Credit Committee are identified above.