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Board & Management

Patrick Canion


Patrick has over 30 years’ experience in financial services and is nationally recognised in the media and financial services for his leadership and innovation in financial planning.  He is a Certified Financial Planner and holds a Masters of Applied Finance and Investment.  He is also a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Western Australia and a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Patrick is a member of the Financial Planning Association and was recently presented with their Distinguished Service Award.  Patrick is also a former director of the Financial Planning Association Ltd and past-President of the Western Australian Club Inc.  Currently his directorships include being a director/trustee of the Future 2 Foundation Ltd and director of Pajoda Investments Pty Ltd trading as ipac Western Australia.


Tim Thornton

Chief Technical Officer / Interim Chief Executive Officer

Tim holds a Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Science (University of Western Australia) and has more than 18 years industry experience understanding and improving business processes. He has been with Intiger Group for over 3 years working with all operational aspects.


Mark Fisher

Non-Executive Director

Mark is the founder and proprietor of the Intiger Group.

For the last twenty years Mark has worked globally in senior executive roles for the world’s most respected Tier 1 investment, retail and commercial banking and management consulting firms, including Barclays International Retail and Commercial Bank, Lloyds of London, HSBC Merchant and Capital Markets, GE Capital Bank Europe, Barclays Capital Investment Bank, Nationwide Bank UK, Navigant Consulting Europe, Cembra Money Bank Switzerland and Budapest Bank Hungary.

Specialising in large scale global change programs, offshore processing,  cost reduction strategies and institutional restructuring,  Mark has lived and worked in a variety of global locations including the US, UK, Switzerland, Nigeria, Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, France, Ecuador, Colombia, India, Philippines, Latvia, Romania, Poland and Hungary.

In 1999 Mark was Program Lead under Jack Welch at GE Capital Bank USA. At the time, Mr Welch made one of the first attempts by any Western commercial institution to transfer white good/administrative processes offshore.

As recent Head of Strategy and Change for the Royal Bank of Scotland SS&P, Mark oversaw its strategic positioning inclusive cost reduction and efficiency gains via captured Indian offshore processing platforms.


Greg Gaunt

Non-Executive Director

Greg is a former Executive Chairman of the law firms Lavan and HHG Legal Group and possesses longstanding experience in the management of law firms where he attained broad business experience across many different sectors. 

Greg graduated from the University of Western Australia and currently sits on the Curtin Business School Asia Business Advisory Board and the Advisory Board of the Catholic Development Fund.