Board of Directors

Marcus Darville - MA(Hons), MBA

Director, Quadrant Private Equity

Marcus has worked in the Private Equity industry for over 16 years. He commenced his career in Private Equity in the UK with NatWest Ventures before joining the AMP in 1994 where he developed AMP’s private equity activity, over a 12 year period. During this time Marcus worked on over 15 completed transactions. Marcus is a member of the Quadrant Investment Committee and is a Director of Quadrant investee companies IVF Holdings, Ortho Group and Summerset Retirement Villages.

Marcus Darville

Chris Hadley - BA(Hons), FSIA

Managing Director, Quadrant Private Equity

Chris is one of the longest serving executives in the Australian Private Equity industry and was one of the founding council members of AVCAL. Chris has led and managed a number of Quadrant investments and has been a director on many investee boards. Chris is a director of Quadrant investee companies Quick Service Restaurants, Australian Temporary Fencing and Summerset Retirement Villages.

Chris Hadley

John Croll

Chief Executive Officer, iSentia

John Croll has been active in the media industry since 1982 and was appointed Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Media Monitors (now iSentia) in 1999. Prior to his appointment, John held sales and operational roles with Croll Communications and Media Monitors. John is a former Executive Vice President of FIBEP, the International Federation of Press Clipping Bureaus and is a currently a Director and the Asia-Pacific Chair of the International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications (AMEC).  John is also a member of the Public Relations Institute of Australia and the Institute of Company Directors. 

In addition to his Industry appointments, he is a Board member of the Australian Paralympic Committee since 2008, a member of the Media Advisory Board  for the Salvation Army, Eastern Region and a Director of the Australian Science Media Centre.  He was also the Media & Communications Director for the Rowing World Cup in Sydney in 2013.

John Croll