Mr Corbett joined the Board of Mayne Pharma Group Limited in November 2010 and was appointed Chairman in January 2011. Mr Corbett has been involved in the retail industry for over 50 years. He started unloading trucks at the Grace Bros Chatswood store in the early 60s and rose through the ranks to hold the positions of Merchandise Director and Stores Director of Grace Bros and subsequently Operations Director of David Jones. In 1990 Mr Corbett was appointed to the Board of Woolworths Limited and to the position of Managing Director of BigW, later becoming Chief Operating Officer and then CEO of Woolworths Limited. Mr Corbett served on the Board of Woolworths from 1990 until his retirement in 2006.
Mr Corbett has previously held the following positions: CEO of Woolworths Limited, Chairman of Fairfax Media Limited, Chairman of PrimeAg Australia Limited, member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, member of the Board of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Chairman of Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group Pty Limited (ALH Group), Chairman of the World Food Forum (CIES), Paris, Chairman of the Children’s Hospitals of Westmead and Randwick and Chairman of Salvation Army Advisory Board - Australian Eastern Territory.
Mr Corbett’s current Executive and Board responsibilities are Chairman of Molopo Energy Limited and Chairman of Beovista Pty Ltd.
In addition to being Chairman of the Mayne Pharma Board, Mr Corbett is Chair of the Remuneration and People Committee and is a member of the Nomination Committee
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Mr Richards has more than 30 years’ international experience in the pharmaceutical industry and has worked in Europe, the US and Asia. Prior to joining Mayne Pharma, Mr Richards spent 10 years in Europe in a variety of leadership roles including President, Europe Middle East and Africa and President, Global Commercial Operations for Mayne Pharma Limited (acquired by Hospira in 2007). He also served on the Group Management Board of Actavis for 4 years where he was responsible for the firm’s global injectable/hospital business operations. Prior to working in Europe, Mr Richards spent 14 years with FH Faulding and Co (acquired by Mayne Nickless in 2001) in a variety of roles including leading Faulding Pharmaceuticals Asia Pacific operations together with spending 5 years with Faulding in the US leading business development and portfolio management operations. Mr Richards’ experience spans sales and marketing, regulatory/medical affairs, supply chain, business development, mergers and acquisitions, finance, intellectual property and manufacturing.
Mr Condella, a US resident, has over 30 years of experience in senior executive roles in the global pharmaceutical industry. His operating experience includes Chief Executive Officer of Juniper Pharmaceuticals, a US publicly-listed CDMO and specialty pharmaceutical company, which was subsequently sold to Catalent. Previously he served as Chief Executive Officer of Skyepharma Plc, President of European operations at IVAX (Teva), Chief Executive Officer of Faulding Pharmaceuticals, Vice President of Specialty Care Products at Roche and Vice President and General Manager of the Lederle Standard Products (Pfizer). Mr Condella’s previous board experience includes Chairman of Skyepharma Plc until it merged with Vectura, Vice Chairman of Vectura Plc, Independent Director of Prosonix ltd, Independent Director of Fulcrum Pharma plc, and Chairman of the PKD Foundation. He currently also serves as an Independent Director for Fertin Pharma A/S (Denmark) and Palladio Biosciences Inc (US).
Mr Condella is a member of the Science, Technology and Medical Committee and the Nomination Committee.
Patrick J. Blake
Mr Blake, a US resident, has over 30 years of global healthcare industry experience including more than 20 years at McKesson Corporation, one of the largest healthcare services and information technology companies globally, and more than 10 years at Baxter Healthcare Corporation. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President of McKesson Corporation and Group President of McKesson Technology Solutions which services the health IT needs of hospitals and health systems, payers, physicians, homecare agencies, retail pharmacies and manufacturers, a position he held from 2009 until 2017. Previously, he was President of McKesson Specialty Health, a business focussed on the US specialty/biotech sector which was McKesson’s fastest growing business for three years during his leadership. He was also President of Customer Operations for McKesson Pharmaceutical (US) from 2000 to 2006, leading commercial sales and operations for the wholesale distribution of branded, specialty and generic pharmaceuticals and other related products.
Mr Blake is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee and the Remuneration and People Committee.
Ms Dolan has over 30 years’ experience in the legal and commercial services sector. Ms Dolan is currently Chair of the Professional Conduct Oversight Committee at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Ms Dolan has an honours degree in law from Victoria University of Wellington and an arts degree from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. She was previously General Counsel and a Principal Officer at the University of Sydney, a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers responsible for legal affairs in the Asia Pacific region and a Partner at Mallesons Stephen Jacques (now King & Wood Mallesons). Ms Dolan was previously on the Advisory Board of the Sydney Medical School, on the Professional Standards Council for the Salvation Army, a member of the Advisory Committee for Salvos Legal and on the Salvation Army Advisory Board (Eastern Territory).
Ms Dolan is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee and the Nomination Committee.
Mr Mathieson is currently a Director and was the former Chief Executive Officer of ALH Group, a joint venture between Woolworths Limited and the Mathieson Family. The ALH Group owns approximately 325 hotels and 520 retail outlets across Australia and employs more than 16,000 staff. Mr Mathieson has operated in the hotel, leisure and hospitality industry since 1974 and is a well-respected member of the Australian business community. He has previously served as a Director of the Carlton Football Club. He is trained as an engineer and brings management and transactional experience from a number of industries to the Board.
Professor Bruce Robinson
Professor Robinson, a practising Endocrinologist at Sydney’s Royal North Shore Hospital, is Former Dean of University of Sydney’s Sydney Medical School. Professor Robinson has been the head of the Cancer Genetics Unit at the Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Royal North Shore Hospital since 1989. Since 2001, Professor Robinson has been Chairman of Hoc Mai Foundation, a major program in medical and health education and exchange with Vietnam. He is a Non-Executive Director of Cochlear Limited, Lorica and QBiotics Group Limited. He is a Board Member of the Woolcock Institute, is Chair of National Health and Medical Research Council and Chair of the Medical Benefits Review Taskforce.
Prof Robinson is Chairman of the Science, Technology and Medical Committee.
Mr Scholes has extensive financial and corporate advisory experience, both in Australia and internationally. Mr Scholes held a number of senior roles within Merrill Lynch Australia, including Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Investment Banking. Previously Mr Scholes held the position of Executive General Manager at National Australia Bank Limited, running the corporate and institutional banking division. Mr Scholes is currently a Partner and Chief Executive Officer of Chord Capital Pty Ltd. Mr Scholes has previously held positions on the Board of St Vincent’s Health as Chairman of the St Vincent’s Foundation and was a former Director of SDI Limited.
Mr Scholes is Chairman of the Audit & Risk Committee and a member of the Remuneration and People Committee.