Property advisory firm Herron Todd White has appointed Andrew Robertson as a non-executive director on its board.
Mr Robertson is the first non-executive director to be appointed to the board.
“After five years of successful growth in which Herron Todd White has doubled in size, despite a challenging market environment, we have decided to strengthen our board through the additional governance, business vision and specialised skill sets of two non-executive directors,” said Gavin Hulcombe, Herron Todd White chairman.
Mr Robertson is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has business experience in management consulting, advertising, marketing, business development and valuation industry experience as chief executive officer of Valuation Exchange (ValEx).
“I am impressed with Herron Todd White’s strategic priorities, including a real commitment to quality, investment in people, development of new technology systems and a ‘customer first’ approach to business,” Mr Robertson said.
“As CEO of ValEx, I gained an understanding of what banking and finance clients were looking for in their valuation partners and I believe that I can assist Herron Todd White enhance its leadership position in the industry.”
Herron Todd White was formed in 1968 in Rockhampton, Queensland and specialises in property valuation.
The company more than 750 staff across 65 offices in Australia and an annual turnover of more than $100 million.