David Inderias, based in Brisbane, QLD, AU, is currently a Chief Executive Officer at Fresh Supply Co., bringing experience from previous roles at Fresh Supply Co. and Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF). David Inderias holds a 2012 – 2015 Bachelor of Medicine in Medicine @ The University of Queensland. With a robust skill set that includes Sourcing, Intellectual Property, International Intellectual Property, Purchasing, Supply Chain and more, David Inderias contributes valuable insights to the industry.
Bindi leads Impact Ag Partners’ newest strategy in Australia – Agri Carbon Investments – a Joint Venture with SLM Partners formed to provide investment pathways into regenerative agriculture and carbon.
Previously Bindi was part of the team that over 5 years built and operated one of the largest grain producers in Australia, Daybreak Cropping, a 100,000ha geographically-diversified dryland row cropping business on behalf of an Institutional Investor.
At Daybreak Cropping, Bindi was responsible for delivering key strategic commercial relationships in areas such as procurement, contracting, grain marketing and precision agriculture as well as financial and management reporting to the Investor.
Prior to moving into corporate agriculture, Bindi held senior finance and management roles in the Australian offices of global agricultural commodity trading houses COFCO International and Nidera as well as various board positions in the rural and regional for-purpose space.
Bindi has an Executive MBA from Melbourne Business School, a Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) from the University of Sydney, and is a Chartered Accountant. Originally from Inverell in Northern NSW, she maintains involvement in her family’s mixed farm.
Mick, alongside his brother Ben, began his working life as a station hand before moving into property management roles. With an extensive operational background Mick led the successful negotiations to create one of Australian agriculture’s; largest and most innovative, industry focused joint ventures.
In 2015 Hewitt Cattle Australia (as it was known then) and PSP Investments, a pension fund for Canada’s public servants, began property purchases by HCA in both the NT and Queensland.
Since its foundation in 1999, PSP Investments has become one of Canada’s largest pension investment managers.