Capital Prudential was founded in 2019 by Philip Riquier, Sam Moore, and Jarrad Haynes, one of Australia’s most experienced finance, property development, legal and accounting teams.
The directors are supported by a rapidly growing team of industry professionals and development partners.
The vision of our directors was to establish high return, diversified and de-risked property backed funds in which they, their families and friends could invest.
Our Diversified Development Fund is now open to Sophisticated / Wholesale Investors as defined by the Corporations Act 2001.
Our investment philosophy is focussed on diversification and a comprehensive de-risking process developed by our finance, property and legal professionals.
- Diversified postcodes
- Planning approval in advance
- Minimum pre-sale levels
- Long pipeline to balance peaks and troughs
- NO high rise apartments
- NO urban fringe estates
- Diversification across builders
- Planning approval in advance
- Environmental approval in advance
- Long term agreements for lease in place
- Credit worthy national tenants
- Highly liquid markets
- Sale to REIT, institutional and high net worth investors
We operate a centralised risk management, treasury and settlements function across all funds ensuring our investors and borrowers alike benefit from best in class risk management.
He is the Managing Director of Capital Prudential funds management and is also a Board Member of the South Australian Housing Authority.
Sam previously held Board and senior management positions at Rural Bank Limited and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. For over 25 years, he has worked across all aspects of banking including structured finance, capital raisings, mergers and acquisitions, credit, lending, operations and products and risk and compliance.
Sam has also previously been a Director of Homesafe, a specialist residential property fund
Manager. Prior to this Sam spent 10 years as a lawyer both in Australia and Europe specialising in international cross border structured finance transactions.
He was previously an Executive Director of Accord Property, a national commercial property developer, as well as funds management subsidiary, Accord Property Funds Management.
Prior to this Jarrad was the National Operations Manager – Building Projects for ASX listed Programmed Ltd, where he managed a delivery team of 200 staff across Australia and New Zealand.
Jarrad is also a Director of Capital Prudential Funds Management, Capital Prudential Diversified Development Fund and is Chair of Amulet Property.
Philip is currently a Non-Executive Director of MyVenue Pty Ltd (a global payments business), Credit Union SA Ltd and Lutheran Homes Group Inc. Philip is also a current advisor and past director of several national property development groups.
Previously Philip was a Group Executive of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd where, over a 23 year career he was responsible for numerous divisions including National Property Development, Structured Finance, Aged Care and Retirement Development, Managed Funds, Credit Risk and Asset Management.
Philip also held the position of Chief Credit Officer and Chaired the Bank’s Credit Committee.
Philip has also previously been a director of the Risk Management Association of Australia.
David has developed a broad range of finance and business administration skills across the transport and logistics, aged care and retirement living, banking and finance, insolvency and accounting sectors.
He is a Director of Lifecare a not-for-profit aged care provider, including Chair of the Finance and Audit committee and member of the Property Development committee.
David's previous roles have included: Scott Corporation (Transport Sector) - CFO, CEO, senior management positions at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank as Head of Business Banking Strategy and Solutions, Rabobank Australia Branch as Regional Manager, Business Banking, SA / NT / WA and National Australia Bank as Business Development Manager SA & NT then Senior Corporate Relationship Manager, Global Financial Services SA and NT then Senior Manager, Wholesale Global Credit Bureau (in Melbourne, VIC).
Tim’s previous executive roles include working as the CFO over the last 22 years of:
1. Qatari Diar (the property development arm of the Qatar Sovereign Wealth Fund)
2. Stockland Ltd
3. Halifax Bank of Scotland Australia Ltd (including BankWest)
4. Challenger Financial Services
5. Colonial First State
Upon his recent return to Adelaide, SA, Tim has taken on the role of CFO at Credit Union SA.
Chris is currently CEO International of Asia Pacific data insights consultancy, The Illuminera Group, Chair of finance performance measurement firm DBM Consultants and Director of US based travel goods company Ethnotek LLC.
Previously Chris was the Asia Pacific CEO of Kantar TNS responsible for 18 countries. Chris also has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions in Australia, Africa and Asia.
Henry is the Chief Financial Officer of Capital Prudential. Henry also provides strategic financial advice as a consultant to a number of other organisations.
Prior to joining Capital Prudential, Henry led Deloitte Adelaide’s Transaction Services team, where for over 15 years he was focussed on providing corporate advisory, M&A and financial due diligence advice nationally to clients of all sizes.
Nick works for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd where he holds the position of Head of Performance Measurement and Modelling in Group Finance, leading a team of Finance professional responsible for forecasting, reporting and modelling. Nick has held senior roles at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd since 2005, including Head of Capital Model development, Head of Management Accounting, and Head of Transaction Analysis and Modelling.
Nick has also held Finance roles in Peoples Choice Credit Union, South Australian Government Financing Authority and SunGard Treasury Systems.
Currently the CEO of Lutheran Super, she has held a number of group executive and Board roles over the last 12 years including Chief Executive Officer, Chief Information Officer, Chief Transformation Officer, Executive Corporate Resources. Her Board roles have included Director on Bank of Cyprus Australia and Director of a Technology start up NoQ.
Paul’s previous roles have included Director SA and WA, Government, Education and Community business, and Associate Director, Corporate Banking at National Australia Bank, Head of Middle Markets SA, Westpac; as well as senior banking roles with Westpac Sydney, and the Lloyds Bank Group in the UK, PNG and Australia.