She is the Chair of REI Superannuation Pty Ltd. Claire is also a Director of Ryman Healthcare Limited, RT Waikato property investments limited Fund Ltd, Pancare Foundation Inc and the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust. Claire’s areas of expertise are in governance, accounting, finance, economics and healthcare.

The University of Melbourne and is a present Fellow at the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants and the Institute of Public Administration Australia. Andrew is a Director of Argosy Property Limited, Holmes Group Limited, Holmes GP Fire Limited, Trust Investments Management Limited and Hughes and Cossar Group Holdings Limited. Massey University and a Diploma in Finance from Auckland University. Vital Healthcare Management Limited, the Manager of Vital Healthcare Property Trust.

0 billion worth of real estate transactions, with a significant focus on healthcare properties. Additionally, he is actively involved in addressing public health and education issues in Canada and around the world. He is an Advisory Board member of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health and on the President’s Advisory Council at the University of Toronto. Bernard is a Principal of Silver and White Management, Inc. Chief Executive Officer of Certicom Corp, a provider of cryptographic software and services that was acquired by Research in Motion Ltd. Chief Executive Officer of Comnetix Inc.

Crutcher LLP in Los Angeles from April 1998 to March 2000. M from the London School of Economics, his M. Duke University and is also a graduate of the Toronto ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program. David has overall accountability for implementing and delivering the Trust’s strategy and for its overall performance. He leads a team of passionate healthcare real estate professionals in New Zealand and Australia.

During David’s tenure Vital has delivered a ten-year compound annual total return of 13. Enter the terms you wish to search for. It is the seat and most populous city of the Waikato region, with a territorial population of 165,400, the country’s fourth most-populous city. The area now covered by the city was originally the site of a handful of Māori villages, including Kirikiriroa, from which the city takes its Māori name. By the time English settlers arrived, most of these villages, which sat beside the Waikato River, were abandoned.