Fronde Systems Group Ltd is a public company headquartered in Wellington, New Zealand.
2018 Fronde Annual Report Click here to download our most recent financial report.
Share trading The company's shares are quoted under the code FSG on the Unlisted share trading facility, including the latest share price and current sale offers and buy bids. Trades can be made through several leading New Zealand stockbrokers.
Management and directors will not issue financial projections or share price guidance, except under special circumstances as approved at the time by the Board.
The company's staff share trading policy prohibits trading in shares by directors and key staff from six weeks before the end of the year until the full year result is publicly announced.
Current and potential shareholders should note that Unlisted is not a registered stock exchange under the Securities Markets Act. Investors in companies quoted on Unlisted are not protected by the Securities Market Act's protections relating to insider trading, continuous disclosure, directors' and officers' relevant interest disclosure, or substantial security holder disclosure. The usual regulatory assurances associated with a registered exchange and Securities Commission enforcement of them are not available.
Shareholder events The Annual General Meeting is regularly held in either July or August.
Share registry Computershare Investor Services Private Bag 92119, Auckland 1142, New Zealand.
Honourable David J. Bartlett (B.Sc. Grad.Dip.Bus. FAIM MACS) was named by The Australian as one of Australia’s Top 50 most influential people in technology, has an extensive career in technology and innovation, government, and governance.
David Bartlett was the Premier of the Australian State of Tasmania from 2008 until 2011. During his parliamentary career he also held the positions of Minister for Innovation, Science & Technology and Minister for Education & Skills. His time as Premier was characterised by bold reforms designed to lift Tasmania educational outcomes and capitalise on Tasmania's natural advantages in water, food and renewable energy, and also technology initiatives including championing Tasmania as the first National Broadband Network location.
Prior to entering Parliament, David had an extensive career in the information technology and telecommunications sector including roles as Chief Information Officer and Industry development specialist.
Since leaving Parliament, David has been working with regional economies, industry sectors and communities across Australia to prepare strategies for maximising economic and social renewal underpinned by broadband and digital technologies. He also holds a number of governance roles in emerging technology companies. He brings a unique perspective to discussions around broadband, innovation, commercialisation and the future of government service delivery.
Samford (Sandy) Maier, JD, BA has extensive experience in corporate governance and finance.
Sandy has served in international commercial and investment banking with Citicorp/Citibank for 15 years in various management positions in the Caribbean, South America and Australasia, and has lived and worked in New Zealand since 1986.
For the past 20 years, Sandy has had his own international management consulting firm, specialising in strategic financial and human resource issues and has served as Chairman or Director of several New Zealand companies.
Ms Drayton is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and also the former partner in charge of the Assurance and Advisory businesses of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Central and Eastern Europe.
Ms Drayton currently serves as a Councillor of the University of Canterbury, and is a director of a number of boards including Christchurch International Airport Limited (Chair), Beca Group Limited, Guardians of the Super Fund and Southern Cross Medical Society. Her previous directorships include Ngai Tahu Holdings Corporation and Powerbyproxi.
Alistair (Al) McKee (B.Comm. DBA) is a previous Sales and Marketing Manager and Director of Synergy International (now Fronde) having joined Synergy in November 1993 as one of the first Client Relationship Managers.
After nine years of helping the company grow to over 200 employees, Al left in early 2003 to pursue other interests back home outside of the corporate world – the Waikaia pub in Southland.
Since moving on from the pub Al has enjoyed a varied number of working roles over the years and in his spare time has been heavily involved in sport administration.