William P. (Bill) Foley II’s passion for great wine inspired him to launch Lincourt Vineyards in 1996. Since then, Bill has built a wine empire including highly prized producers throughout California, Oregon, Washington and New Zealand. Appointed to the Board in September 2012, Bill is also Chairman, CEO and President of Foley Family Wines Holdings Inc., which is the holding company of numerous vineyards and wineries located in the U.S and in New Zealand. In addition to being a passionate, adventurous vintner, Bill Foley is the Chairman, CEO and Governor of the National Hockey League’s 31st franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights. He helped usher not only hockey but major professional sports to the Las Vegas Valley in 2016.
Bill is also the Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors for Fidelity National Financial Inc., and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. He also serves as Vice Chairman of Fidelity National Information Services. Bill Foley received his B.S. degree in Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He received an M.B.A. degree from Seattle University and earned his J.D. degree in 1974 from The University of Washington School of Law. He served in the U.S. Air Force, where he attained the rank of Captain.
In addition to his numerous professional and philanthropic commitments, Bill is an accomplished golfer, ranked in 2004 by Golf Digest as one of the top five executive golfers in the world and in 2006 as one of Golf Digest's Top 20 Executive Golfers in the World. Bill’s qualifications to serve on the board include his 30 plus years as a director and executive officer of FNF, his experience as a board member and executive officer of public and private companies in a wide variety of industries, and his strong track record of building and maintaining shareholder value and successfully negotiating and implementing mergers and acquisitions.
Bill has over 30 years experience as a director and executive officer of FNF along with a strong track record of building and maintaining shareholder value and successfully negotiating and implementing mergers and acquisitions.
Antony Mark Turnbull
CEO / Executive Director
Antony Mark Turnbull (Mark) was appointed Chief Executive Officer and Director of the Company in September 2012.
Mark's career started as an accountant with Ernst and Young, then for the next 18 years was Managing Partner of the brand consultancy Designworks.
Mark was Chairman of the New Zealand Wine Fund when it was acquired by Foley Family Wines in 2009. In 2011 Mark had a sabbatical year and attended London Business School where he completed a Masters of Science in Leadership and Strategy with Distinction. Mark is a Chartered Accountant with the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
Mark begun his career as an accountant with Ernst and Young, he then worked for Designworks as Managing Partner for 18 years. In 2011 he completed a Masters of Science in Leadership and Strategy with Distinction, at the London Business School.
Anthony John Anselmi OBE
Non-Executive Independent Director
Anthony Anselmi (Tony) was appointed to the Board in September 2012 and is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee. Tony’s business career began in footwear retail, and today the family owned business, Overland Footwear Company Ltd. of which Tony is the Chairman, owns and operates retail stores throughout New Zealand and in the State of Victoria, Australia. The Company has been a finalist for the last eleven years in the I.B.M. Kenexa Employment Consultants, Best Places to Work annual awards and a category and overall winner several times. Tony opened a manufacturing plant in 1966 and Fabia Products Ltd. became one of larger footwear manufacturers in New Zealand. He has considerable experience in farming and developed a large area of neglected land into an extensive dairy farming enterprise.
Tony was appointed a Director of the State Owned Enterprise, Forestry Corporation and served on the Board until it was sold by the Government. He was appointed an inaugural director of Inframax Ltd. a road construction and maintenance L.A.T.E. owned by the Waitomo District Council.
Tony was an investor in the New Zealand Wine Fund Ltd (Vavasour Wines) and when this was purchased by Foley Family Wines, New Zealand Ltd. at the invitation of Mr Foley be transferred his investment to the new Company.
Tony's business career began in footwear retail with the family owned business, Overland Footwear Company Ltd. Originally an investor in the New Zealand Wine Fund Ltd (Vavasour Wines), he was appointed to the board in September 2012.
Paul Robert Brock
Deputy Chairman / Non-Executive Independent Director
Paul Brock was appointed to the Board with effect from 1 November 2018 and was appointed Deputy Chairman. Paul Brock was the Kiwibank Group Chief Executive from 2010-2017. He was Co-Founder of the bank which was launched in 2002. As Group Chief Executive Paul led the Kiwibank Group through a period of rapid growth and diversification into business banking, wealth management, insurance and asset finance. The bank is now a major player in the New Zealand market with one in four New Zealanders holding an account with Kiwibank.
Paul has a strong background in governance, management, growth business development, brand development and marketing. An extensive background in the financial services industry has also included senior management positions with Westpac and Trust Bank. Paul has been Chairman of Gareth Morgan Investments Ltd and Kiwibank Investment Management Ltd and a Director of Kiwi Insurance Ltd, New Zealand Home Loans Ltd, Kiwibank Custodial Services Ltd, AMP Home Loans Ltd, Kiwi Capital Securities Ltd, Kiwi Capital Funding Ltd and Kiwi Wealth Management Ltd. Paul is currently Chair of the board of the New Zealand Story Group, a country reputation programme to enhance the New Zealand brand and increase the benefits to New Zealand from export trade, and is also a member of the Massey University Business School Advisory Board.
Paul holds a Bachelors degree in Business Studies from Massey University.
Paul was co-founder of Kiwibank when it launched in 2002 and was the Kiwibank Group Chief Executive from 2010-2017. He has a strong background in governance, management, growth business development, brand development and marketing.
Grant Robert Graham
Non-Executive Independent Director
Grant Graham was appointed to the Board with effect from 1 February 2019 and as Chair of the Board Audit and Risk Committee. Grant is a Partner at advisory and investment firm Calibre Partners with a strong background in corporate finance and advisory in valuation, restructuring and as an expert witness.
Over 20 years, Grant has written numerous Independent Advisors’ reports for listed company activity subject to NZX listing rules and the New Zealand Takeovers’ Code. In the process, he has gained an enviable reputation for the quality of these reports, his clear and concise communication style, and pragmatic advice.
Grant has a Bachelor of Commerce and is a Chartered Accountant with Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand (CAANZ) holding a Certificate of Public Practice and CAANZ Accredited Insolvency Practitioner status. Grant is a member of the Institute of Directors in New Zealand.