Andrew Bantock | Senior Managing Director | FTI Consulting
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Andrew Bantock

Andrew Bantock

  • Senior Managing Director
  • Corporate Finance & Restructuring
  • T: +61 8 9321 8533
  • F: +61 8 9321 8544
Connect with Me:
    • Level 47, Central Park
    • 152-158 St. George‚Äôs Terrace
    • Perth, WA, 6000
    • Australia
    • T: +61 8 9321 8533
    • F: +61 8 9321 8544

Andrew Bantock is a Senior Managing Director for the Corporate Finance/Restructuring segment of FTI Consulting and he is based in Perth, Australia.

Mr. Bantock has extensive experience in managing a range of international, ASX, TSX, and NZSE listed, private and government businesses, and in applying expertise in strategic leadership, corporate finance, commercial management, project development, finance team development, commercial systems, capital control, risk management and accounting.

With deep operational finance experience in the mining industry,Mr. Bantock has led finance and turnaround teams in employing and executing a range of corporate recovery, transaction and performance enhancement strategies to deliver value for company stakeholders.

Over the past 20 years, Mr. Bantock has operated as CFO, Chairman, CEO, CRO, and Director of international, ASX-listed, government sector and private corporations. Previous roles include: CFO of GlencoreXstrata Plc’s Australian nickel business; Director of the Water Corporation, Western Australia’s water utility, where he also chaired the Audit and Compliance Committee; Chairman, CEO and Corporate Director of an ASX-listed multi-commodity minerals exploration group; and Finance Director of ASX/NZSE listed GRD Ltd, owner of New Zealand’s largest gold miner and the internationally recognised GRD Minproc Group, a world class mining construction and development engineer.

Key demonstrated capabilities:

  • Strategic leadership and execution;
  • Deep understanding of resources and infrastructure projects, from an owner, contractor and operator perspective, including; tenure acquisition, exploration phase, feasibility, risk sharing, external finance, design and construction, operations and equity return aspects;
  • Corporate presentation, capital raising and structuring;
  • Arrangement and completion of corporate, acquisition, project and equipment finance facilities;
  • Ability to recruit, develop and lead high quality multi-discipline finance teams;
  • Implementation of fit-for-purpose Enterprise Resource  Planning Systems (ERP), with a strong focus on asset management, cost control and corporate outcomes;
  • Corporate compliance and control – ensuring listed companies meet their corporate governance requirements in a dynamic operating environment; and
  • Ability to assess, implement and lead efficient, appropriate and effective commercial and financial risk management systems.
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