BEc (Monash), CA ANZ, FFINSIA, GAICD
Chief Financial Officer
Heath is a qualified Chartered Accountant that brings significant business and financial acumen to his role as Chief Financial Officer at 4DMedical. Heath commenced his career at KPMG Australia before moving into investment banking as Associate Director in M&A at Barclays Investment Bank, which was later acquired by ABN AMRO. As a merger and acquisitions professional for over seven years, Heath worked on several high-profile advisory mandates including the Commonwealth Government of Australia’s $4.0 billion privatisation of national airports and CSR Limited’s $6.7 billion demerger of Rinker Materials.
In 2004, Heath left ABN AMRO to establish contact centre and market research company OCIS. As a co-founder and CEO, Heath successfully grew OCIS from a start-up with 10 staff based in Melbourne to over 600 employees across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. OCIS was sold in 2013, at which point it was servicing multiple international clients including Optus, The Nielsen Company, Seek.com, Virgin Mobile and the New Zealand Government.
Heath joined the 4DMedical Board as Non-Executive Director in 2016 before transitioning to Chief Financial Officer of 4DMedical following his appointment in January 2020.
Heath holds a Bachelor of Economics (Accounting Major) from Monash University and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA). He is also a Qualified Chartered Accountant, Fellow member of FINSIA, and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.