Directors

Drawing on a wide range of experience in business, finance and accounting Kontiki directors provide stable, prudent leadership.

Daryl Tarte

Chairman

Daryl previously chaired the Capital Markets Development Authority and has worked in advisory and governance roles over a long period. He has written several successful novels and authored the Biography of Ratu Sir Penaia Ganilau. His current directorships include Air Terminal Services and Namale Plantations Resorts. Daryl is also Chairman of Suva Private Hospital and Kontiki Growth Fund. He recently retired as a Director of Telecom Fiji. Daryl is a member of Transparency International and Capital Markets Advisory & Development Taskforce. He is the current acting manager of the Sugar Cane Growers Fund Authority and has worked in the Sugar industry in senior executive roles.

Griffon Emose

Director

B.Com

A Fiji citizen, Griffon holds a B.Com from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and is an Associate of Finsia, having completed the Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance & Investment.  He also holds the CFA Charter which he received in 2005.  Before joining Kontiki Capital, Griffon was the Manager Public Awareness & Investor Education at the CMDA.  Prior to the CMDA, he was an economist at the Ministry of Finance where he served with the Economic Policy Analysis Unit and the Financial Management Reform Project.  He has also worked as an economist at the Ministry of Public Enterprises.

Glen Craig

Director

Glen is a Vanuatu citizen. He is the Managing Partner of the specialist South Pacific corporate advisory firm, Pacific Advisory.

He is a Licensed Securities Dealer and holds a CSP Licence from the Vanuatu Securities Commission.

He has an extensive private sector background in the tourism, finance and property industry with practical hands on knowledge of the intricacies of the region.

He has resided in Vanuatu for the last 10 years and has served on numerous private and public sector boards.

Glen is passionate about driving development in the South Pacific through direct investment in developing sustainable industries using the regions natural resources.

Francis Chung

Independant Director

B.Com, CA (NZ), CA (Fiji)

Francis studied accountancy in Christchurch, New Zealand and graduated in 1978. Returning to Fiji, Francis completed his Fiji accountancy qualification in 1986. At that time he joined Ernst & Whinney Fiji and was Sole Partner for the period 1986 to 1999 specialising in Tax Law. Ernst & Whinney became Ernst & Young Fiji and Francis was their managing Partner for the period 2000 to 2011. Francis recently retired from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand but is a current member of the Fiji Institute of Accountants.