ABOUT US

Established in 2007, CoolRock Software Pty Ltd (CoolRock) is an Australian based cyber security company providing secure encryption technology solutions for the enterprise market and is fully compliant with FIPS 140-2 encryption protocols. The CoolRock client list has included, BHP (global), Ericsson (Australia), Fujitsu America, Alliance Healthcare Services (US) and MessageWire (Canada).

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Peter Cameron

With a degree in Accounting & Finance from the University of NSW Peter commenced his career at Price Waterhouse in the mid 80’s. Having qualified as a Chartered A ccountant in 1988 whilst part of the Corporate Finance team he moved to the corporate sector and assisted with the privatisation of The Grain Elevators Board which is the now ASX listed GrainCorp Limited. Whilst at GrainCorp Peter was responsible for Financial Reporting & Treasury Management. Leveraging his business valuation and financial modelling skills Peter moved into the Financial Markets arena and became a private client advisor running managed discretionary accounts for high-net-worth individuals before establishing his own Hedge Fund – The Pegasus Growth Fund.

Ian Martin

Ian Martin has forty years’ experience in the telecommunications and related sectors including thirty years as a financial analyst and adviser with a focus on policy and regulatory matters. He spent ten years with the Australian government as a research analyst and policy adviser in the 1980s and 1990s including the initial deregulation of the telecommunication sector in the early 1990s. Since 1994 Ian has been a leading telecommunications analyst and advisor specialising in equity research including a senior advisory role in the IPO of Telstra in 1997, and a lead role in the sale of Telstra 2 in 1999 and Telstra 3 in 2006. In 2005 Ian joined the advisory board of MAP Capital, a leading independent boutique investment and advisory house specialising in telecommunications, media, Internet and related sectors. In 2015 he established Ian Martin Advisory to provide independent telecommunications research to institutional investor and undertake financial advisory specialising in the telecommunications sector. Through this period Ian participated in several consulting projects in the sector including work for the OECD, ACMA, the Department of Communications and several private companies.

Ian holds a Graduate Diploma in Economics from the Australian National University, and a Bachelor of Economics from Monash University with a major study in accounting.

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