Board of Directors

Peter O'Connor - Chairman

Peter O’Connor, MA (Trinity College, Dublin), Barrister-at Law, is an experienced global and regional asset allocation and manager selection adviser for financial institutions, family offices and charities. He was Chairman of a number of publicly quoted investment companies with particular exposure in Asia. Of British/Irish descent, he travels regularly to Asia, Australia and Canada. Mr. O’Connor was the Co-Founder and Deputy Chairman of IMS Management Ltd and FundQuest UK Ltd from 1998 to 2008. He has a wealth of global experience in the fund management and private equity industries. He has extensive global experience in the funds management industry, both public and private companies in developed and emerging economies. He has been Non Executive Director at Northern Star Resources Limited since May 21, 2012.

Mr. O’Connor served a number of senior public company directorships, including some listed in the UK, Canada and Australia in the following sectors: Material engineering (NEO Material Technologies Inc ­ TSX Listed), Emerging economies (Advance Developing Markets Fund – LSE Listed), Palm oil (Anglo-Eastern Plantations plc ­ LSE Listed), Mining exploration (Brazilian Metals Group Ltd ­ ASX).ssion is to improve the lives of people with neurological conditions, with a vision of becoming the global leader in home-use and clinical neurotechnology solutions which are accessible and affordable. Through our first flagship medical device, Mente Autism, and the associated software platform, Neurotech is focused on the development and commercialisation of technological solutions for the diagnosis and treatment of such conditions, starting with autism. The development of the Mente Autism headband, now in its third iteration, represents years of research, testing and pilot studies, to effectively bring a highly specialised treatment for the management of autism, from the hospitals and clinics, into the comfort and familiarity of a patient’s home.

Dr. Adrian Attard Trevisan - Founder & Board Director

Dr Adrian Attard Trevisan is a neuroscientist and founder of Neurotech International, a public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) . He holds a Doctorate in Neurosciences and Human Physiology and masters in the fields of Engineering and Audiological Sciences. He has worked on international research projects in England and France and has lectured on the University of London programmes, as well as giving guest lectures and presentations at the University of Malta, Oxford University, University of London and the Università degli Studi di Milano. Adrian has conducted research within the field of neurophysiology for a number of years. He has benefited from research grants awarded by the Medical Research Council and formed part of research projects under a number of EU funding programmes. Dr Attard Trevisan is also a research fellow of the Bedfordshire Center for Mental Health Research in association with the University of Cambridge and has a special interest in EEG phenotype and EEG driven therapies.

Wolfgang Storf - Chief Executive Officer

Wolfgang Storf joined AAT Research in 2016 as chief executive officer. Prior to that, he was chief strategy officer with the MS Pharma Group. He was also CEO of Novartis-Sandoz in South Africa and held other senior management positions with Novartis-Sandoz, Apotex and Johnson & Johnson in different regions of the world. Wolfgang is a seasoned senior executive with proven global strategic and execution leadership experience – covering both commercial and technical operations as well R&D responsibility inside multinational and private businesses in the pharmaceutical and medical industry. He has a highly successful record of entering new markets, leading company turnarounds and effectively managing crisis missions. He also has experience in post-merger integration programs in both branded / un-branded markets. He has wide-ranging product expertise covering key chronic and acute TAs (solid / injectable) with focus on differentiation, as well biosimilar & OTC.

Peter J.L. Griffiths - Vice-Chairman and Board Director

Peter J.L. Griffiths, B.Sc. (Hons), draws on his more than 20 years of leadership experience in the software industry.As EVP and Group Executive at CA Technologies, he was responsible for investment and strategy across the five business units that drove the company’s leadership in IT Management Cloud, Application Development, Operations, DevOps and Security for enterprise and growth markets. As a member of the company’s Executive Management Team; Mr Griffiths also oversaw all aspects of Operations, M&A activity, Industry Solutions, and the CA Technologies Innovation Center, driving mobile-first software products and the transition to SaaS offerings and business models.

Before CA Technologies, Mr Griffiths was Vice President, WW Business Analytics and Applications for IBM, a key driver in building the Business Analytics division within IBM Software Group, including the acquisition and integration of SPSS, Clarity, OpenPages and Cognos.

Prior to IBM, Mr Griffiths served on the executive team at Cognos, Inc. a global leader of Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Performance Management software, where he was SVP of Products over the companies 10 year growth phase to $1B in revenue and the subsequent sale of Cognos to IBM in 2008.

Mr Griffiths joined Cognos in 1998 upon its acquisition of Relational Matters PLC, a data analytics company where he was co-founder and CEO. Mr Griffiths has also held positions in management consulting and in the financial services industry.

Mr Griffiths is a member of the Board of Directors of Lavastorm Analytics and the Board of Trustees of the Anita Borg Institute and also acts as an Investment Board Advisor to Ottawa-based Mistral Ventures and New York-based Bridge Growth Capital. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering with 1st Class Honors from Brighton University in England.

Simon Trevisan - Board Director

Simon Trevisan, B.Ec Llb (Hons), MBT (UNSW), is the managing director of the Transcontinental Group including TRG Properties Pty Ltd. He has significant experience in public and private investments, corporate finance and management of large public and private businesses. Mr Trevisan has been responsible for the funding and management of a number of public companies and the Group’s substantial property development projects. His experience includes the establishment and listing of Mediterranean Oil & Gas plc, an AIM listed oil and gas company with production and a substantial oil discovery in Italy, as well as the listing of Ausgold Ltd and Regalpoint Resources Ltd and the relisting of Brazilian Metals Group Ltd and Aurex Consolidated Ltd among other ASX traded companies. He was also responsible for arranging debt funding for the development of property projects valued in excess of $500 million and was significantly involved in arranging and drawing down one of the first foreign bank project facilities for a resources development in Indonesia.

Mr Trevisan was Executive Chairman of ASX listed gold explorer Aurex Consolidated Ltd and a founding executive director of ASX-listed Ausgold Limited and Regalpoint Resources Ltd. He has a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Australia and a Masters Degree in Business and Technology from the University of New South Wales. Mr Trevisan initially practiced as a solicitor with Allens Arthur Robinson Legal Group firm, Parker and Parker, in the corporate and natural resources divisions.

Mr Trevisan is currently an executive director of uranium explorer Regalpoint Resources Ltd and is a board member of the St George’s College Foundation.

Cheryl Tan - Board Director

Cheryl Tan is an Associate Director with Azure Capital Limited with 10 years’ experience in the corporate advisory and finance industry, advising clients across a wide variety of engagements, including project financing, general corporate advisory and mergers and acquisitions, particularly within the telecommunications, utilities and infrastructure sectors.

Prior to Azure, Cheryl spent over a year at BankWest, subsidiary of the Halifax Bank of Scotland (Australia) at the time, within the credit risk modelling division, undertaking several aspects of credit risk modelling required to achieve advanced Basel II accreditation.

Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Australia, as well as a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance from Kaplan Professional.