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Bapcor Limited is Australasia's leading provider of automotive aftermarket parts, accessories, automotive equipment and services. Bapcor’s core business segment is the automotive aftermarket, covering Trade, Retail & Service, and Specialist Wholesale businesses.

Our Trade businesses include Burson Auto Parts and BNT, and house amongst the widest range of car parts in the world for over 400 makes and models.

Retail & Service businesses include Autobarn, Australia's premium retail offering, Autopro, Sprint Auto Parts, Opposite Lock and Car Parts, and Service businesses Midas, ABS and The Shock Shop.

Specialist Wholesale businesses include AAD, Bearing Wholesalers, Baxters, MTQ, Roadsafe, JAS Oceania, HCB, Diesel Distributors, Federal Batteries, Premier Auto Trade, and many more.

Bapcor takes pride in developing our specialist and knowledgeable team, culture and capability, coupled with an unrelenting focus on excellence in customer service. Bapcor employs over 3,800 team members across more than 800 locations worldwide.

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Andrew was appointed to the Board in March 2014 as an Independent Non-Executive Director. Andrew is an experienced company director and corporate advisor, holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney and a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and is a Chartered Accountant. Andrew was appointed as Chairman of the Board in April 2018.

Darryl was appointed to the Board in October 2011 as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director. Darryl has more than 10 years’ experience in the automotive industry and extensive knowledge in business acquisitions, mergers and strategy and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) majoring in accounting and economics from the University of Melbourne.

Margaret brings more than 30 years’ business experience in a broad range of senior positions and 10 years experience in broad directorship. A proven executive leader, Ms Haseltine has significant experience in the areas of supply chain and logistics, customer interface in the FMCG sector, change management, governance, and management within a large corporate environment. Prior to joining Bapcor, Ms Haseltine held various senior positions with Mars Food Australia, including CEO, spanning a 20-year career.

Therese was appointed to the Board in March 2014 as an Independent, Non-Executive Director. Therese is a professional non-executive director with over 35 years’ experience as a senior business executive and commercial lawyer, holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Melbourne and is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Directors.

Greg has more than 25 years’ experience in the automotive, industrial and public accounting sectors. Greg joined Bapcor as Chief Financial Officer in 2012 with responsibility for finance, legal, business services, company secretarial and plays a key role in strategic initiatives. Greg was previously Chief Financial Officer at Atlas Steels and at Plexicor, which was a major supplier to the automotive industry. Greg also held various senior financial positions with Amcor after commencing his career as a Chartered Accountant.

Mat has over 15 years’ experience in the automotive, industrial and public accounting sectors. Mat commenced as Executive General Manager – Development within Bapcor in February 2016 and previously was the General Manager – Commercial of the ANA business. Prior, he held other roles with Amcor, General Motors and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Mat is responsible for the development, co-ordination and consolidation of strategies and plans for the expansion of Bapcor.

Colin has recently been appointed to lead our New Zealand businesses and strategic marketing for the Bapcor Group. Colin was chief executive officer of the Hellaby Automotive Group (renamed Bapcor New Zealand) and has held senior leadership roles in the UK and NZ supermarket sector, led Repco’s businesses throughout Australasia and was CEO of Ideal and Rexel Electrical NZ-based distribution businesses. Colin has a Post Grad Diploma in Operations Management and is a member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors.

Alison joined Bapcor in May 2017. With more than 20 years’ Human Resources experience Alison has spent much of her career partnering with senior leaders to develop team capability and drive business outcomes and has worked with organisations such as Orora, PaperlinX and Coles Myer.  Alison holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in management and industrial relations, from the University of Newcastle.

Paul has been in the automotive industry for over 15 years and commenced with Automotive Brands Group in 2007 within their marketing department. Prior to his current role, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Aftermarket Network Australia under both Metcash and Bapcor ownership. Paul is now responsible for the Australian Specialist Wholesale businesses including AAD, Opposite Lock, Bearing Wholesalers, Baxters, Roadsafe, MTQ, JAS, PAT and Diesel Distributors.

Grant brings over 35 years’ experience in the automotive industry to Bapcor, holding various senior roles at components manufacturer RMP, new vehicle dealerships and within the Automotive Brands Group. Grant is responsible for the Group’s distribution centres and logistics as well as merchandise and product development, wholesale sales, replenishment and events within the Retail business unit.

Craig has an extensive career in the automotive after-market industry spanning more than 25 years. Starting as a management cadet and working through most of the key operational and sales positions in after-market parts distributors. Before joining Bapcor, he was the General Manager of RAC’S (WA) automotive workshops, which was preceded by many years at Repco. He holds a Masters in Business from Melbourne University. Craig joined Bapcor February 2012 and is responsible for all aspects of the Burson Trade segment.

Peter is responsible for the Company and Franchise Retail Operations for the Autobarn, Autopro, Sprint, Midas and ABS networks. This includes development and implementation of retail programs across brand marketing, retail training, business field support, property management and new store development. Peter has spent over 30 years in Retail and has worked with a variety of national retail businesses most recently as GM Retail for the Amcal and Guardian Pharmacy networks.




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