Board of Directors

Ceclila Yu – Executive Director

Cecilia has 15 years of experience across the financial service industry. She began her career in LNG and Naphtha at Trafigura after graduating from Imperial College London. She went onto become a structured products trader at Citigroup and JP Morgan, before moving on to build out what became one of the leading structured credit hedge funds, Serone Capital.

During her decade in investment and banking, her primary focus was in structured credit solutions across a wide range of public and private sectors. Since then, she built out and headed the capital markets function at Prytek, a multi-billion-dollar private equity holding company, where she executed and syndicated cross-border buyout transactions in the technology space.

She also has also advised various ventures in technology, AI, financials, and industrials.

Andrew Draffin – Independent Non-Executive Director / Company Secretary

Mr Draffin is a chartered accountant with over 17 years’ experience in financial reporting, treasury management and corporate advisory services. He currently provides services as a Director, Company Secretary and CFO to ASX listed, OTCQX listed and private companies operating in renewable energy, exploration and mining and the investment sectors. Mr Draffin is a Director of EnviroMission Ltd and Gladiator Resources Ltd. He was appointed as a Director of the Company on 10 June 2016.

Azib Khan – Non-Executive Director

Azib has covered the banking sector since 2006, most recently as the lead banking analyst at Morgans Financial for the six years prior to joining E&P Financial Group. Prior to Morgans, Azib covered the Australian banks and diversified financials primarily at BBY and Wilson HTM.

Azib began his career as an Actuarial Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, consulting to banks and general insurers.

Azib is an Associate of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia (AIAA) and has a Bachelor of Commerce – Actuarial Studies from Macquarie University.


The Board considers that the Company is not currently of a size, nor are its affairs of such complexity to justify the formation of separate or special committees at this time. The Board as a whole is able to address the governance aspects of the full scope of the Company’s activities and to ensure that it adheres to appropriate ethical standards.