Bart Vogel was appointed as a non-executive director of InvoCare Limited on 22 September 2017 effective from 1 October 2017, and as Chairman of the board from 1 October 2018.
Bart’s career includes 20 years in the management consulting industry, as a partner with Deloitte Consulting, A.T. Kearney and Bain & Company, focussed on the technology and services sectors. In his consulting roles, Bart has spent extensive time working in global markets with multinational corporates and government bodies. He also spent 13 years in senior executive roles at Asurion Australia, Spherion Limited and as the Asia Pacific leader of Lucent Technologies.
Bart is currently a non-executive director of listed companies Infomedia Limited (where he serves as Chairman), Salmat Limited and Macquarie Telecom Limited. In addition to his listed company directorships, Bart is a director of BAI Communications and of the Childrens Cancer Institute Australia.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Olivier Chretien joined InvoCare on 1 January 2021 as a Director and in the role of Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.
Before joining InvoCare, Olivier was Group Chief Strategy Officer with Ramsay Health Care, where he was in charge of Group Strategy, M&A and Ventures, the Australian Pharmacy business, and a Director of the European and Asian JV Boards.
Prior to this, Olivier spent 12 years with Wesfarmers. His last role was Managing Director, Business Development for the Group, where he was also a Director of the retail divisional Boards (Coles, Bunnings, Kmart, Officeworks). He was previously the Managing Director of the Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety division for 7 years, with more than 4,000 employees and 250 locations across Australia, New Zealand, China, Indonesia and the UK. He also spent 9 years with BCG in France and Australia, consulting to clients in the pharmaceuticals and travel & tourism services industries. He started his career in engineering.
Olivier holds an Executive MBA (AMP) from Harvard Business School, Boston USA, an MBA from INSEAD, France, and a Master of Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Paris, France. He is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Richard Davis was appointed a non-executive director of InvoCare Limited on 21 February 2012.
Richard previously retired as InvoCare’s Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director on 31 December 2008 after 20 years with InvoCare. For the majority of that time, he held the position of Chief Executive Officer and successfully initiated and managed the growth of the business through a number of ownership changes and over 20 acquisitions, including Singapore Casket Company (Private) Limited, the Company’s first international acquisition.
Richard is currently serving as Chairman of Singapore Casket Company (Private) Limited. Prior to joining the funeral industry, Richard worked in venture capital and as an accounting partner of Bird Cameron. Richard holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney.
Keith Skinner was appointed as an independent non-executive director of InvoCare Limited on 1 September 2018.
Keith has a strong record in business management, restructuring, finance, accounting, risk and governance. He commenced his career as an auditor with Deloitte Australia in 1974, later moving to the firm’s Restructuring Services division, and was appointed a partner in 1986. He was a leading practitioner for company turnarounds for over a decade, before becoming Chief Operating Officer of Deloitte Australia in 2001.
Since retirement in 2015, he has been a director of a number of public and private organisations (including Emeco Limited, North Sydney Local Health Board, Australian Digital and Health Agency (where he serves as an independent chair of the Audit and Risk committee) and not for profit organisation Lysicrates Foundation) and has consulted to a number of organisations on strategy execution, restructuring and operational improvement. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
InvoCare’s people are professionals who are focused on the principle that the care we provide is a vocation, and that customer service lies at the heart of everything we do.
Ms Megan Quinn was appointed as an independent non-executive director of InvoCare Limited with effect from 1 October 2018.
Megan is internationally regarded as a transformation, marketing, retail and business expert and is invited to speak and consult on service, innovation, creativity, strategy, building a global brand, business excellence and customer experience for companies, conferences and media outlets around the world. Named a global game changer and one of Australia’s most powerful women in retail, Megan was a co-founder of the world’s premier online luxury fashion retailer, NET-A-PORTER.
She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Megan is a non-executive director of Reece Group (ASX:REH) and City Chic Collective (ASX:CCX) and has recently stepped down from the Board and National Committee of UNICEF Australia and is a passionate ambassador of Fitted For Work.
Ms Kim Anderson was appointed as an independent non-executive director of InvoCare Limited with effect from 11 May 2021.
Kim has more than 30 years’ of experience as a CEO and senior executive in a range of media companies including Southern Star Entertainment, PBL and Ninemsn and Reading Room Inc (bookstr.com) of which she was CEO and founder.
Kim is currently a Non-Executive Director of Carsales (ASX:CAR), Marley Spoon AG (ASX:MMM), Infomedia Limited (ASX:IFM) and the Sax Institute, a national leader in promoting the use of research evidence in health policy. She was also a Non-Executive Director of WPP AUNZ (ASX: WPP) until the completion of its takeover by WPP PLC in April 2021. She is a former Fellow of the University of Sydney Senate.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Graduate Diploma in Library Information Science from UTS.