Advisory Board

A private company, St Hilliers has adopted the principles of best practice management and corporate governance to ensure the company’s business affairs are well managed. Stringent management reporting processes, modelled on public company requirements, are applied to its activities. An important part of this reporting process is the role of the St Hilliers Advisory Council, which oversees all aspects of the company’s operations and strategic direction.

The Advisory Council comprises Tim Casey, Executive Chairman and non-executive members, Steve Williams and Mark Bilton.

Tim Casey

Tim Casey

Executive Chairman

Tim is the founder and Executive Chairman of the St Hilliers group. He has more than 35 years industry experience and under his leadership St Hilliers has grown to be one of Australia’s leading integrated property groups.

Tim is a member of the Master Builders Association, the Australian Institute of Building and is a Fellow of the Australian Property Institute.

Steve Williams

Steve Williams

Independant Member

A former Partner of Kemp Strang Lawyers for 20 years, Steve is a commercial lawyer with over 40 years of experience in corporate and property law, development, prospectus capital raisings and ASX listings. He was formerly Chairman and a non-executive director of Coffey International Limited and a non-executive director of PrimeAg Australia Limited.

Steve is currently Chairman of Axiom Mining Limited and the Council of Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore School).

Mark Bilton - BSc GradDipBus MBA FAICD FAIM

Mark Bilton - BSc GradDipBus MBA FAICD FAIM

Independant Member

Mark is an international award winning, Managing Director and CEO, with 20 years experience. He led 6 companies through transformational change, including the Gloria Jean’s Coffees’ global group. He is Managing Director of leadership advisors, Thought Patrol, who enable companies to ‘realise their potential’ through mentoring leaders, facilitating strategy and advising boards.
Mark has an MBA from Auckland University, and is a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Institute of Management.