One of Western Australia’s most enduring and successful business figures, Tony Trevisan has played a key role in the acquisition and development of quality residential, retail and commercial property in WA, Queensland and Victoria over a 35-year period.
In the early 1980s, Tony introduced Target supermarket and discount department stores to WA and was instrumental in the development of major shopping centres in areas including Kelmscott, Mount Hawthorn, Balga and Girrawheen. Other significant developments included the now-named Midland Gate Shopping Centre in WA, the redevelopment of the Hoffnung site in the Brisbane CBD and a substantial industrial project in Victoria.
In 1990, the Transcontinental Group acquired the Roy Weston Real Estate Group. Before divesting the Group in 2005, Tony was responsible for growing it into WA’s largest real estate company, with more than 60 offices around the State.
Tony successfully navigated all businesses under his management through both the 1987 stock market crash and the global financial crisis of 2007-2008.
The Transcontinental Group he founded in 1980 has established and managed more than 20 public companies listed on stock exchanges around the world – together with a variety of private companies – which are involved in the oil and gas and mining sectors, together with property development and investment.
As Chairman of TRG Properties, the property division of the Transcontinental Group, Tony has been the driving force behind the successful development of significant residential and commercial projects in WA and Victoria.
Simon Trevisan has held the role of Managing Director of TRG Properties since the company’s inception in 2001, and has overseen its growth into a substantial property developer and investor with a strong track record of more than 25 successfully-completed diverse real estate projects.
Simon’s leadership of TRG Properties has seen him involved in all aspects of the business – from identifying opportunities through to the successful completion of englobo land subdivisions, canal and built-form estates, high and medium density residential developments and commercial offices.
Simon is a Director of real estate trust manager TransLinQ Properties Pty Ltd, the Port Coogee No 790 Trust and the Perry Lakes No 229 Trust. He is also Managing Director of TRG Properties parent company, the Transcontinental Group, a private investment group which has developed, financed and managed businesses in a variety of industries around the world. He has significant experience in corporate finance, in Australia and globally, and in executive management of large private and listed public businesses.
Outside the property sector, Simon’s experience includes the establishment and listing on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM of Mediterranean Oil & Gas Plc, and roles as the executive chairman of ASX-listed gold explorer Aurex Consolidated Ltd and a founding director of ASX-listed Regalpoint Resources Ltd and Ausgold Ltd. He is also a director of medical device company AAT Research Ltd.
Simon holds Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Law degrees from the University of Western Australia, and a Masters of Business and Technology from the University of New South Wales. Before becoming a full-time executive with the Transcontinental Group, he practiced as a solicitor with a prominent commercial law firm in the corporate, property and natural resources divisions, and was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the High Court of Australia. Simon is also on the board of St George’s College Foundation.
Chief Operating Officer
Tanya Trevisan is the Chief Operating Officer of TRG Properties and an Executive Director of the Transcontinental Group and TransLinQ Properties.
A registered architect, she studied architecture in London and at the University of Western Australia, graduating in 1988.
Tanya brings almost 30 years of national and international property experience to TRG Properties – the majority involving multi-residential and mixed-use developments – and has been involved in the delivery of medium to large-scale projects in London, Berlin and Sydney, where she lived for a combined period of almost 20 years.
She has spent the past 15 years working as a property developer, and has been actively involved in establishing significant heritage, commercial, mixed-use and apartment projects in New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria.
Tanya has also written a number of published articles on subjects including apartment design and planning policy, and has been actively involved in advising the NSW and WA State Governments on this area through participation in committees and industry groups.
Tanya is the current President of The Property Council of Australia (WA) and a director of the national board of the Property Council of Australia (PCA). She is a regular guest speaker and panellist for the PCA(WA) and has previously been a guest speaker for the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (NSW) and the Green Building Council of Australia (WA), with her particular focus on apartment design and the density debate. She has also lectured on and taught architectural design at two universities in NSW (UNSW and UTS).
Fleur is an Executive Director of TRG Properties and the Transcontinental Group.
She is responsible for managing all legal, contractual and corporate governance aspects of the Transcontinental Group, including external legal advisors, consultants, builders and sales agents in relation to contracting, compliance and related matters. Fleur also plays a major role in managing the company’s joint venture relationships and financing arrangements.
Fleur has a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Laws, and Master of Laws specialising in dispute resolution. She practiced as a solicitor with large national and international law firms in Perth and in London from 1997 until 2009, specialising in construction law – a role which saw her advising large national and international contractors, engineering subcontractors and consultants and principals on a range of residential construction projects (particularly high-end inner-city apartments), civil construction, infrastructure, marine construction and commercial issues.
Fleur is also the Company Secretary for ASX listed Regalpoint Resources Ltd and BMG Resources Ltd.
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Maggie Win joined Transcontinental Group in 2005, and became head of the accounting team in 2009 – a role which sees her responsible for all aspects of the Group’s finances, including preparing annual reports in accordance with IFRS, monthly and quarterly management financial reporting to Directors, year-end consolidated audited financial reporting and maintaining accounting records for all of its managed private entities.
Maggie holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in Accounting and Finance and an Advanced diploma of Accounting, and she is also an associate member of CPA Australia.
Maggie is presently responsible for preparation of annual and half-yearly consolidated financial statements for ASX-listed Regalpoint Resources Ltd and BMG Resources Ltd.
Scott Archibald is the Construction Manager for TRG Properties, a role which sees him responsible for assessing proposed project acquisitions and managing those projects from initial feasibility and early concept stage through to construction completion.
Scott’s knowledge of construction programming, cost planning and financials and projected cash flows – gained across a decade of construction industry experience in WA – is instrumental in ensuring the smooth running of TRG Properties’ projects from pre-construction through to completion.
Prior to joining TRG Properties, Scott practiced as a quantity surveyor for more than eight years with one of Australia’s leading construction cost consultancies – a role which saw him involved in some of WA’s most significant State Government infrastructure projects, as well as major private sector developments.
A registered member of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Scott brings to TRG Properties experience across a broad range of development sectors including hospitals, health care and aged-care facilities, education, commercial and residential projects.
Bruce McCracken works with TRG Properties on business development opportunities. An experienced business executive, he has worked across a broad range of industries in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney over the past 20 years – including previous senior executive roles with the Kirin Group-owned Lion Pty Ltd and the privately-owned Amatek Group, now part of the Fletcher Building Group.
Prior to his corporate roles, Bruce worked as an investment banker in Perth and Melbourne in specialist corporate advisory and project finance roles across a broad range of corporate and financial advisory assignments, including the commercial property sector. He has also practiced as a banking and finance solicitor.
Bruce holds Commerce and Law degrees from the University of Western Australia, an MBA from Melbourne Business School and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
He is currently the Managing Director of ASX-listed BMG Resources Ltd, and an Executive Director of ASX-listed Regalpoint Resources Ltd.