Meet our Directors

The BCCM board comprises chief executives of co-operatives and mutuals operating across the Australian economy. As leaders of some of Australia’s leading businesses the BCCM board has experience in the areas of banking, insurance, health, motoring and agriculture.

Rohan Mead
Rohan Mead

AMP [Harvard]

Chair, BCCM

Group Managing Director & CEO, Australian Unity

Rohan was appointed Group Managing Director of Australian Unity Limited on 1 July 2004. As Group Managing Director, he is a member of subsidiary boards and most committees. Rohan is Chairman of the Business Council of Australia’s Healthy Australia task force and a member of its Indigenous Engagement task force. He is also a Director of the Centre for Independent Studies, Platypus Asset Management Pty Limited & Private Healthcare Australia Limited (PHA).

Prior to joining Australian Unity, Rohan was employed by Perpetual Trustees Australia Limited (1996-2003) in a range of senior roles.

David Fraser, Group Chief Executive Officer, Capricorn Society
David Fraser


Group Chief Executive Officer, Capricorn Society

David has over 38 years’ experience in the automotive industry and has held senior sales, marketing and general management roles over the past two decades. Prior to his appointment as Capricorn’s Group Chief Executive Officer in July 2019 he was CEO of the co-operative’s Automotive Division from 2013.

Before joining Capricorn in 2006, David was Group General Manager of Supply Direct, a wholly owned subsidiary of ASX-listed Ausdrill, and responsible for its operations in Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa and West Africa. He was also a former Associate Director and Group General Manager of ASX-listed Coventry Group Ltd and was responsible for the sales, marketing and administration of the Group’s automotive businesses. He is a current Director of various Capricorn subsidiary Boards, Councillor of the Co-operatives Federation of WA, and a Director and current Chair of Western Australian Motor Industry Foundation. David is also a former Director and past President of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association.

Sheena Jack, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, HCF
Sheena Jack


Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, HCF

Sheena was appointed Chief Executive Officer of HCF in August 2017 and Managing Director in September 2017. Prior to this appointment she served as Chief Financial Officer from 2006 and Chief Strategy Officer from 2014.

Sheena has more than 30 years’ experience as a finance professional and corporate executive across various industries including health and life insurance, banking, superannuation and wealth management.

She is also a non-executive director of Private Healthcare Australia and a member of Chief Executive Women.

Paul Lewis, Chief Executive Officer, CUA
Paul Lewis


Chief Executive Officer, Great Southern Bank (formerly CUA)

Paul is the CEO and Managing Director of Great Southern Bank, one of Australia’s largest customer-owned banks with more than 400,000 customers. Paul joined the mutual in February 2018 as the Chief Sales Officer. He was appointed CEO in November 2019 and subsequently joined the Board as a Director. In his time leading the bank, Paul has overseen a number of transformative projects including the rebrand from Credit Union Australia (CUA), the embedding of a new purpose to help all Australians to own their own home, and the sale of the CUA Health business to mutual sector peer, HBF. Prior to joining Great Southern Bank, Paul was the Senior Head of Strategy and Transformation at Westpac. He also held a variety of senior executive roles within ANZ in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia including Managing Director, Retail Banking at AmBank Malaysia and General Manager of ANZ’s Australian branch network.

Peter Lock, Heritage Bank
Peter Lock

BBus, MBA, GradDipAppFin

Chief Executive Officer, Heritage and People’s Choice

Peter was appointed CEO of Heritage and People’s Choice in March 2023 following the merger of Heritage Bank, where he was CEO since 2015, and People’s Choice Credit Union. Heritage and People’s Choice is Australia’s leading customer-owned bank and one of Australia’s top 10 largest banks with 730,000 members, $23.3 billion in assets and 2,000 employees. Peter has more than 35 years’ experience in the financial services industry spanning insurance, institutional banking, business development, business banking and corporate banking. He has held senior management roles at the Bank of Melbourne, St George Bank and the Commonwealth Bank, following a career with the National Australia Bank. Peter is a Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He holds a Bachelor of Business and Master of Business Administration from the University of South Australia, and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from the Finance and Securities Institute of Australia. He is also a Board member of the Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA).

Ben Macnamara
Ben Macnamara

BBus, CA

Chief Executive Officer, CBH Group

Ben was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of CBH Group in July 2021. Previously, he was Chief Operations Officer, where he was responsible for leading CBH’s world-class storage and handling, logistics, and shipping services. Ben is leading CBH Group in creating a sustainable future and returning value to Western Australian growers.

Before joining CBH, Ben worked for an investment advisory firm and an international professional services firm. Ben is a member of the Chartered Accountants, Australia.

Alison Holloway
Alison Holloway

Chief Executive Officer | Principal & Partner, SGS Economics & Planning

Alison is CEO of SGS Economics and Planning, a for-purpose employee-owned public policy agency. Before being appointed as CEO in 2017, she led both the Sydney and Melbourne Practices and was a Director of the Company for two years. Alison has over 25 years of experience advising local, state and national governments across public policy, housing, strategic urban and transport planning, and investment decision making.

She Chairs the UNSW City Futures Research Centre Advisory Panel.

Rob Slocombe
Robert Slocombe

Group Chief Executive Officer, RAC

Robert (Rob) Slocombe is the Group CEO of RAC in Western Australia (RAC).  RAC started as a motoring club in 1905 and now also provides a range of diverse services to over 1 million Western Australians in the areas of insurance, motoring, finance, travel and tourism, retirement and home services.  RAC also remains a strong advocate for its members on key issues such as road safety, mobility, accessibility and environmental sustainability.

Rob joined the RAC in September 2014 as Chief Operating Officer and from March 2019 became the Group CEO responsible for all group and subsidiary activities.

Prior to joining the RAC, Rob spent 27 years in banking and financial services, primarily in retail banking, financial market trading and treasury roles.

Rob holds a certificate in Financial Markets, a Bachelor of Business degree, a Master of Business degree, a Master of Science and Technology degree and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.

Rob currently serves on the board of Royal Flying Doctor Service where he Chairs the Risk and Audit Committee, the Curtin Advisory Council – Faculty of Business and Law, Chair of the Australian Automobile Association and is a member of the FIA Senate.