Board Members

Len McDowall
Len McDowall
Dominic Lambrinos
Dominic Lambrinos
  • Dominic has been involved with private finance for development projects for over 27 years and prior to that was a partner in a firm of Chartered Accountants.
  • Dominic has a large network across all the aspects of property development including access to exceptional development projects and developers.
  • He was the founding partner of Chifley Securities and over his career has financed several billions of dollars of projects and is highly respected in the industry.
  • He is often sought for comment in the AFR, SMH, The Australian and Age newspapers as well as industry publications.
  • He has an expertise to financially engineer projects for the benefit of investors and developers.
  • He enjoys lecturing and has lectured extensively at International Forums, including the International Accounting Organisation Forum and the World Mining Congress in Singapore, and many educational lectures on Business and Property Finance developed numerous on-line training courses in business and property development finance studies.
  • Dominic takes a keen interest in working with Charities and assisting with developing successful income generating programs and has a business which assists charities with accounting and financial controls.

Advisory Board Members

Kim Jacobs AM
Kim Jacobs AM
  • Kim Jacobs AM has extensive experience in investment banking, strategic and financial management, M&A, project finance, corporate advice and corporate governance.
  • Kim has led a number of IPOs; debt project finance and equity transactions and he has worked extensively throughout Australia and internationally for both local and overseas clients. His clients have included resource, technology, transportation, agricultural, health care and life sciences companies as well as universities and he has been involved in more than $4 billion of transactions.
  • Kim was the founder of Inteq Limited which he established in 1988, sold in 2015 and which specialised in providing corporate, strategic and financial advice to medium and smaller corporates, divisions of major corporations as well as private families. He is one of the founders and the Non-Executive Chairman of Online Media Holdings Limited (trading as Local Measure) which is a public technology company specialising in customer intelligence and communications; Non-Executive Chairman of Camp Quality, a national charity assisting children whose lives have been affected by cancer; Director of CARES which provides outsourced administration, corporate governance and compliance services to For Purpose organisations and a member of the Advisory Board of UTS Business School.
  • Kim has held a number of private and public company directorships as well as serving in a voluntary capacity on the boards of community organisations for over 50 years. He was formerly the Managing Director at First Toronto Australia Limited, Manager Investment Banking with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (Australia) and Corporate Counsel for Renison Goldfields Consolidated Limited. Prior to these corporate positions, Kim worked in private practice in law for 5 years specialising in corporate and commercial work.
  • Kim was also formally the President of the Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce (NSW Division), Non-Executive Director of the Weizmann Australia Institute, Non-Executive Director of Concept Systems Limited (ASX Listed payroll and systems company), WorldNet Communications Inc. (US Telecommunications Company) and The Shalom Institute.
  • Awarded the Order of Australia (AM) in 2016 for significant service to business through a range of senior roles, to Australia-Israel relations, to higher education and to the community. Kim has a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sydney and a Masters of Business Administration from Macquarie University
Stephen Albin
Stephen Albin
  • Stephen has a wealth of experience advising businesses and government.  He was recently the CEO of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW for almost a decade and has held senior positions in other property industry groups.
  • He was a Director of the Banking and Property Group at Macquarie Bank Ltd,
  • He holds a Masters of Public Policy from Australian National University and a Bachelor of Administration (Economics) from Griffith University.
  • Stephen is a Councillor of UDIA NSW and a member of the Urban Land Institute and Australian Institute of Company Directors.
  • He has an extensive property industry network and provides advice on market economics, regulatory pathways and project advocacy.
Andrew Bartington
Andrew Bartington
  • Andrew has extensive property experience having worked for and consulted to organisations including listed property trusts, state owned enterprises and private companies.
  • Over the past decade he has lead the delivery of high-quality award-winning master planned community projects in the Northern Territory and South East Queensland under joint venture structures.
  • Andrew enjoys leading multi-disciplinary teams on complex projects and developing stakeholder / regulatory authority relationships.
  • He has significant and recognised expertise in advisory and acquisition roles and the development of mixed use multistage financial models.
  • Andrew has led the acquisition/assessment of projects from Darwin to Brisbane, the Hunter Valley, Illawarra, Sydney, Adelaide, Alice Springs and as far afield as New Zealand and Dubai.
  • Andrew has a Bachelor of Property from the University of Auckland.
Justin Palasty
Justin Palasty
  • Justin comes from a construction background working for a number of Tier 1 and Tier 2 firms over the last 20 years. His experience in the property development and construction has covered an array of industries including commercial, accommodation and hospitality, industrial and medical.
  • Justin’s main skill set lies in analysing and preparing detailed feasibility models for development approval and investment financing and following them through from project inception and ultimately project completion. Justin has an active role in origination of potential opportunities across the full acquisition life cycle from initial site identification, due diligence process, deal structuring and negotiation and ultimately through to transaction phase and development.
  • Justin holds a bachelor’s degree in Construction Economics and is currently completing his masters in property development & investment at UTS and is a published author.