Our People

Our team of professionals includes adult educators, governance and compliance software experts, web publishers, designers, subject matter experts and lawyers.

Management team

Julian Fenwick

Managing Director

Julian has been Managing Director of Governance, Risk & Compliance Solutions since March 2012.

Prior to this Julian was CEO of Blake Dawson Technology. Julian holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Sydney and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the GRC Institute.

Following a career in hospitality and retail management, Julian moved into the legal compliance industry in October 2000. Since that time he has been instrumental in the development of the online compliance training industry in Australia.

Julian is a proud father of two boys, an avid home cook and a keen amateur sailor. Julian also participates in the annual CEO CookOff raising money to support OzHarvest.

Julian is a regular presenter in Australia and Asia on marketing professional services, legal technology, and managing organisational compliance.

John Blackwell

Head of Operations

John is Head of Sales at GRC Solutions and leads a highly self-motivated team of talented professionals

who focus on building relationships with people to help them deliver solutions to their organisations.

After working in a variety of external and internally facing roles with PwC for nearly 20 years, John has applied knowledge, experience and skills to ensuring that our clients adopt and implement the solution that best fits their e-learning and policy management needs.

As well as business development, the sales professionals at GRC Solutions provide account management, solution consulting and maintain a keen oversight in the lifecycle of a product implementation to ensure that the organisation and their employees benefit from the investment made.

John gets a buzz when a contact he has worked with before, invites him to present our solutions at their new organisation. “The products and solutions sell themselves; the relationships we build with people help them to endure”.

Joe Bennet

Head of Client services and Technology

Joe Bennett is Head of Client Services and Technology at GRC Solutions.

Joe and his team provide only the highest levels of expertise and product support for our Salt Compliance clients.

He also coordinates learning management system compatibility testing with our Salt Compliance technology to ensure a seamless integration between the two before implementing Salt for our clients.

Adrian Phoon

Head of Content

Adrian oversees our content strategy and team.

Since joining GRC Solutions in 2012, he has helped expand our award-winning Salt Compliance courses into the Asia Pacific; continuously improved our products to reflect legal reforms and instructional design principles; and delivered many customised projects for our clients.

From providing thought leadership for the Commonwealth Bank Foundation‘s financial literacy programs to presenting at iDesignX, he has researched, taught and developed content. His writing has been published widely, moving from Shakespeare to modern Chinese art to food sustainability. A University of Sydney graduate with First Class Honours in English Literature, he’s a lifelong learner.

Liam O’Brien

Senior Consultant

Liam is a very experienced risk and compliance expert.

He helps organisations develop a succesful risk and compliance program by converting a strategy into an operational program of work. His practical approach ensures the outcomes influence the way people behave at work. Liam is a professional trainer and often speaks at conferences and networking events for industry associations such RMIA, GRC Institute, Governance Institute, Institute of Internal Auditors and the IAPP.
Key Skills

• Risk and compliance for growth

• AFSL and ACL

• AML/CTF

• Consultation, interviews, investigation

• Practical solutions development

• Dealing with unique organisations

Irene Chua

Business Development Director, Asia

Irene provides business development and account management expertise to GRC Solutions.

She has over 7 years’ experience in technical, project management and online learning.

Justin Muscolino

Head of Compliance Training North America

Justin brings over 15 years of wide-ranging experience in compliance, training and regulation in the banking sector.

Most recently, he served as Head of Compliance Training at Bank of China where he led the compliance training function and created and monitored the annual training plan through a thorough training needs analysis.

Previously he served as Macquarie Group’s Head of Americas Compliance Training and JPMorgan Chase’s Compliance Training Manager.

Justin also worked for FINRA, a US regulator, where he created Examiner University to train examiners on how to perform their function.

Consulting and Facilitated Training Team

Liam O’Brien

Senior Consultant

Liam is a very experienced risk and compliance expert. He helps organisations develop a successful risk and compliance program by converting a strategy into an operational program of work.

He helps organisations develop a successful risk and compliance program by converting a strategy into an operational program of work.

His practical approach ensures the outcomes influence the way people behave at work. Liam is a professional trainer and often speaks at conferences and networking events for industry associations such RMIA, GRC Institute, Governance Institute, Institute of Internal Auditors and the IAPP.

Key Skills

• Risk and compliance for growth

• AFSL and ACL

• AML/CTF

• Consultation, interviews, investigation

• Practical solutions development

• Dealing with unique organisations

Matt Wadley

New York General Manager

Matt Wadley is GM of the GRC Solutions North America business, based in the financial hub of New York City.

His career reflects over 25 years of experience in sales, business development, marketing and product marketing/management. He has extensive expertise in hosted SaaS software and business process outsourcing solutions, with a focus on the financial services and legal markets. Matt has worked in the leading major financial centres including London, Sydney, Tokyo and New York.

Nathalie Nuijens

Senior Consultant

Nathalie is a content specialist. She works with organisations to set the tone of their compliance program and to ensure each message is conveyed clearly and effectively to each person within a business – without losing sight of any legal or procedural requirements.

As a long-standing member of the GRC Solutions team, Nathalie comfortably works with a vast range of clients across many industries, topics and legislations. Her 20 years experience as a writer ensures any communication is clear, on point and effective.

Key skills

• Developing engaging learning from legal requirements

• Helping organisations understand their training responsibilities

• Developing and facilitating quality training (online and face to face)

• Working with organisations to set the tone of their communications

• Engaging different stakeholders and departments to create a result that exceeds everyone’s needs

Lyndon Lovell

Senior Consultant

Lyndon is a learning and development specialist who has over 10 years’ experience in governance, risk and compliance projects.

His expertise lies in e-learning, instructional design, project management, blended learning, training facilitation, and coaching and mentoring. In 2012, Lyndon completed a Master of Learning Science and Technology at the University of Sydney, focusing on e-learning and mobile devices, directly applied to compliance and ethics training program.
Key skills

• Developing engaging learning based on sound adult learning principles

• Capability to work with a multitude of organisations

• Effective project management

• Consultation

• Documentation

Guy Griffin

Guy Griffin

Senior Lawyer GRC Solutions

Guy is a Senior Lawyer at GRC Solutions specialising in financial services and credit licensing compliance.

His other areas of practice include prudential risk and compliance for ADIs and advising on all aspects, legal and non-legal, of effective board governance for ADI directors.

Michael Funston

Michael Funston

Senior Lawyer & Manager GRC Solutions

Michael is a Senior Lawyer and Manager with GRC Solutions.

Prior to commencing his current employment in July 2017, he was manager of the Legal & Compliance business unit of the Customer Owned Banking Association for ten years.

Michael has also held positions including Code Consultant Mutual Banking Code of Practice, Special Counsel Consumer Protection Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Senior Legal & Policy Officer ASIC, and Co-ordinator Consumer Credit Legal Centre (NSW). Michael’s areas of expertise range across retail banking and finance including consumer credit law and practice, privacy law, financial services marketing, industry codes of practice and dispute resolution. Michael holds Master of Laws and Master of Arts degrees, and education

Expertise Panel

Karen Lee

Karen Lee

Principal & Consultant Legal Know-How

Karen was admitted to practice in 1997 in New South Wales.

She holds a Master of Law and Management from UNSW and specialises in banking and financial services law and legal knowledge management. Karen established her legal consulting practice, Legal Know-How, in 2012. She provides expert advice to law firms, large corporates and SME businesses on risk management, legal and business process improvement, legal documentation, regulatory compliance and knowledge management. Prior to this, Karen worked extensively in-house, including as Head of Legal for a leading Australasian non-bank lender, as well as in top-tier private practice, including as Counsel at Allen & Overy and Clayton Utz.

Lyn Boxall

Lyn Boxall

Director - Lyn Boxall LLC

Lynn Boxall - LL.C. (Singapore); Khardung Consulting Pte. Ltd.

Lyn Boxall has legal and accounting qualifications, with extensive private practice and inhouse legal experience in Australia/New Zealand and, from her base in Singapore, across the Asia Pacific region. She has hands on general management experience with Asia Pacific regional responsibilities, including anti-bribery programme design and implementation and corruption investigations in several countries, among a range of other compliance issues. In March 2015, she established her own law firm in Singapore, concentrating on data protection/privacy and cyber-security and, in parallel, advising on payment system operations and regulation. Lyn also has expertise in intellectual property and information technology and practices general corporate and commercial law, particularly in connection with technology joint ventures. When not practising Singapore law, Lyn provides specialist consulting advice in risk assessment and management, focusing on corporate governance, regulatory and other legal risks. She places particular emphasis on their place within business strategy and execution.

Arndria Seymour

Arndria Seymour

Director Seymour and Associates Pty Ltd trading as Amicii

Arndria Seymour is a well-known, commercially oriented senior Human Resources/Organisational Development (OD) professional with extensive expertise in OD/Learning & Development (L&D) strategy development and execution.

Arndria has a proven track record in crafting and executing learning strategy and learning deliverables aligned to business goals. This experience has been gained in blue chip Banking, Financial Services, Financial Planning, Life Insurance, General Insurance and Workers Compensation companies over the past 30+ years.

Stephen Scott

Stephen Scott

Consultant / Mentor to the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime

Stephen is a expert in financial and money laundering investigations, surveillance and executive security.

Stephen is currently self-employed as a Consultant / Mentor to the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Asset Recovery Inter-Agency Network of Southern Africa (ARINSA). This role includes mentoring and providing training in the area of asset recovery, money laundering and terrorist financing to police, prosecutors and their partners in Tanzania and other Southern African counties.

Paul M. Bourassa

Paul M. Bourassa

Advisor / Mentor at United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Paul has worked for the Government of Canada for 15 years, primarily in a legal capacity.

Most recently, he has worked as a Federal Crown Prosecutor with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) in Calgary; previously, he worked as Legal Counsel with the Department of Justice in Ottawa and in Calgary. Being a Federal Crown Prosecutor requires at times that he work closely with fellow Crowns debating the positions on prosecutions to ensure consistency.

Richard Evans

Richard Evans

Corporate Education Specialist RG Consulting Services

Richard Evans is a corporate education specialist with over fifteen years of experience in developing and delivering tailor-made performance improvement training solutions to suit organisational needs.

For the past eight years Richard has focused his attention on the area of legal and compliance education, having held senior positions as the Head of Legal and Compliance Education for both UBS Investment Bank and Deutsche Bank.

Now as the Principal Consultant of RG Consulting Services he plays an active role in the development of training capability, frameworks and strategies for various organisations, some of which include; AMP, ACI and the Stockbrokers Association. Richard has a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education.

Jeremy Sandbrook

Jeremy Sandbrook

Chief Executive Integritas360

Jeremy is an internationally accredited anti-corruption and integrity expert with 20+ years experience in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.

The last ten years Jeremy has specialised in the international development sector across Africa and Europe.

On returning to Australia in 2014, Jeremy established Integritas360, a global social enterprise committed to advancing integrity and raising ethical practices in global development. His primary area of focus is working with charities and NFPs operating in the international development sector, and commercial organisations wishing to expand into emerging and frontier markets. Jeremy specialises in designing and implementing bespoke solutions to address challenges faced by organisations operating in cross-cultural environments; focusing on the inter-related areas of anti-corruption, integrity, governance, and accountability. He also lectures on the topic of corruption at the University of Sydney’s Centre for Continuing Education.

A Chartered Accountant by profession, Jeremy’s holds a Masters degree in international development and a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and Administration. He is a Member of the Advisory Council of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and was the inaugural chair of the INGO Accountability Charter’s Peer Advisory Group on Anti-Corruption.

Bronwyn Gallacher

Bronwyn Gallacher

Managing Director

Bronwyn has extensive experience in regulatory, competition, and consumer law issues.

She is the Managing Director and founder of CCL Consultants Pty Ltd (formerly BKG Economic Consultants), a specialist firm which predominantly provides compliance advice, economic advice, training and mediation services in relation to competition and consumer laws across various jurisdictions.

Bronwyn is a certified compliance professional (CCP) and an internationally certified compliance professional with the International Federation of Compliance Associations.

David Tattam

David Tattam

Executive Director and Author Protecht: Risk Management

Author of "A Short Guide to Operational Risk", David Tattam is an internationally recognised specialist in all facets of risk management, particularly at the enterprise level.

Author of “A Short Guide to Operational Risk”, David Tattam is an internationally recognised specialist in all facets of risk management, particularly at the enterprise level. His career includes many years working with PwC, as well as two Australian banks. His achievements include the creation of the Middle Office (Risk Management Department) for The Industrial Bank of Japan in Australia and the complete implementation of all Australian operations, systems, procedures and controls for Westdeutsche Landesbank (WestLB).

Shaun Miller

Shaun Miller

Director - AML/ CFT Training Consultant

Shaun has recently presented a Risk Based Approach to AML and CFT in Riyadh Saudi Arabia.

He has also delivered Financial Crime, AML Audit and Blockchain courses in London. He has an in-depth knowledge of financial crime technologies (AML/KYC /CDD, Sanctions, Fraud) acquired in Tier 1 International financial institutions.

Shaun has international experience working in AML Remediation projects, external Audit, Financial Crime projects in Global Banking. He has delivered AML/ CFT training and has implemented Suspicious Activity Reporting procedures in Ireland, UK and Sweden. Shaun was a key player in Audit/Sanctions / PEP assessment projects in Tier 1 Banks in New York, UK, Hong Kong and Ireland.

Calvert Duffy

Calvert Duffy

GRC Professional and Consultant Privé

Calvert Duffy is an experienced practitioner in compliance, legal/operational risk management, governance, and learning and development.

For over 20 years he has advocated that governance, risk and compliance are business enablers, needing efficient and effective training to help to develop a robust GRC culture.

Both nationally and internationally he has a proven track record for assisting companies to integrate compliance into business units, producing commercially realistic outcomes. His deep understanding around making theory work in practice has been invaluable to his clients and employers.

Calvert specialises in consumer and competition issues, credit and financial services licensing. He’s investigated fraud, helped product designers, edited advertisements, trained directors and negotiated with regulators.

Peter Rozen

Peter Rozen

Occupational Health and Safety / Barrister

Peter is regularly briefed in occupational health and safety cases. He also practises in coronial and industrial law.

Peter has been a consultant to the International Labour Organisation as well as to state, territory and Commonwealth governments in the field of occupational health and safety law.

Peter is a fellow of the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law at the University of Melbourne where he teaches workplace health and safety law in the law faculty’s postgraduate studies program.

Peter is the co-author of Occupational Health and Safety Law in Victoria and the Annotated Model Work Health and Safety Act loose-leaf service.

Wayne Cahill

Wayne Cahill

Health Law, and Corporate and Commercial Law Partner Ashurst

Wayne heads the Ashurst national Health practice and specialises in health law, and corporate and commercial law.

He acts for a wide range of public and private health care providers and other entities throughout Australia.

His commercial law work includes privatisation and contracting out of services, medical appointments, general health law matters, strategic commercial and regulatory advice. A recognised leader in health law, Wayne has a background of over 20 years in the healthcare industry.