Scope (Aust) Ltd Board Committees

The Scope (Aust) Ltd Board is supported by four Board Committees: Risk and Audit Committee; Business Development Committee; People and Governance Committee, and Investments Committee.

Each Board Committee is composed of majority Director members, with subject matter experts appointed by the Board as Independent members on Committees.

Sackville KemptonSackville Kempton, BA\LLB

Independent Member, Risk and Audit Committee
Independent Member, Investments Committee

Sackville Kempton brings a wealth of legal knowledge with almost 30 years of experience as a legal practitioner. In the first 10 years, Sackville was been in private practice as a barrister and solicitor in respect to litigation and commercial law.

In 2000, Sackville moved to the corporate finance world to work with international financial institution; Phillip Capital. Sackville is currently the Head of Corporate Services.  During his time at Phillip Capital he has been involved in corporate finance and chaired the Corporate Finance Risk Committee. He is currently the chair of the Risk Management framework as well the Head of Legal.

He strongly believes in Scope’s values and wishes to use his skills to advocate for people with a disability. His extensive experience in corporate governance and corporate finance will assist Scope in the competitive NDIS market.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law. He also holds a Graduate Diploma degree in Applied Finance and Investment.

Alasdair NortonAlasdair Norton, MA

Independent Member, Investments Committee

Alasdair brings expertise from the financial investment market, complex financial structures, corporate finance and accounting to Scope.

As part of the organisation for almost 15 years as well as a past President of the Scope Board, Alasdair is equipped with a detailed knowledge of the disability sector and our corporate history.

His past roles as President of the Scope Board, and a member of the Finance, Governance, People and Culture, Risk and Audit, Investment, and Fundraising Committees, has given Alasdair experience in corporate governance.

As the Chairman of Marsden Jacob Associates, a leading economic consultancy with significant experience in public policy and environmental issues, Alasdair has knowledge of various economic and public policy issues.

As a Managing Director at Credit Suisse Financial Products, he was responsible for the organisation’s derivative structuring activities in the emerging markets globally.

Alasdair read Engineering, Economics and Management at Balliol College, Oxford.