Our Board

Su-Ming Wong

Chief Executive Officer

Su-Ming is an investment professional with over 30 years’ direct investment, international corporate advisory and merchant banking experience.

He is a director of several portfolio companies including Lorna Jane, and AIMET. Prior portfolio directorships includes Fleet, H-E Parts, TSmarine, Retail Apparel Group, Dexion, Amdel, Mulford and Intercast & Forge.

Mr Wong was a member of the Council of University of Technology, Sydney (2010 – 2014). He was a founding director of National ICT Australia (a centre of excellence in ICT research & development), a member of the Industry Research and Development Board and a director of Unisearch. He was a council member of the Australian Venture Capital Association and was a member of the South Australian Government’s Venture Capital Board.

He holds a Master of Engineering from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and a Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management.

Greg Smith

Executive Director

Greg joined CHAMP Ventures in 2009 following the merger with AMP Capital’s Private Equity business. He was formerly the Head of Private Equity, AMP Capital Investors, and has over 26 years of professional experience in the Australasian private equity industry.

Greg is a director of Employment Services Holdings and Australian Portable Buildings, as well as Ortho Group, Jeminex and United Equipment within the AMP portfolio. He was previously a director of Vision Group, Olex Cables, Sabre and a number of AMP subsidiaries.

Over Greg’s 15 years with AMP Capital he was responsible for three private equity funds and a number of large international unlisted direct investments. He was elected Chairman of the Australian Venture Capital Association in 2002. Greg was appointed Head of AMP Capital’s Private Equity Division in 2003 and continues as an advisor on their private equity funds.

Prior to joining AMP Capital, Greg was an executive director of Audant Capital Services.

Jeremy Davis

Non-Executive Director

Jeremy has been involved with the group since 1989. He was Dean and a director of the Australian Graduate School of Management from 1980 until 1989. He then continued as a Professor in the School until January 2006 having been appointed to the Australian Mutual Provident Society Chair of Management.

In 1970 Jeremy joined the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a leading management consulting firm specialising in corporate strategy. After working in Boston and Paris, he was appointed Vice-President and director for San Francisco where he established the BCG’s West Coast office. Immediately prior to joining the AGSM, Jeremy was BCG’s Vice- President and Director-General for France.

Professor Davis is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and director of Transurban Group, Singapore Power and the SP Ausnet Group. He has also acted as chairman of AIDC Ltd and Capral Aluminium Ltd and a director of Nucleus Limited and The Australian Stock Exchange.