Our advice is underpinned by a deep understanding of the natural resources sector developed over the last 25 years across multiple commodity cycles and draws on experience on a significant number of transactions and long-term client relationships built on a foundation of mutual trust and respect
The Treadstone team has a deep knowledge of the natural resources sector and we work with clients across every stage of the commodity and business lifecycle and gain a deep understanding of their corporate and financing strategies to provide commercial judgment and innovative solutions.
Treadstone Resource Partners has acted as trusted corporate adviser to a range of high quality clients in the natural resources sector and established a track record of successfully executing across a broad spectrum of corporate and financing transactions.
Our team draws on our extensive corporate advisory, structuring and transactional experience and global relationships developed across a wide range of corporates, executives, and investors in the natural resources sector over the last 25 years for the maximum benefit of our clients.
Ross has extensive experience in all aspects of corporate finance, particularly in mergers and acquisitions and equity funding. He spent 23 years at Goldman Sachs working in the New York, London, Melbourne and Sydney offices, with a range of senior roles including:
Over his accomplished career Ross has advised on numerous landmark transactions in the Australian M&A landscape, and his deep experience in investment banking gives him a reputation for sound commercial judgment and absolute integrity with his clients.
Ross completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and MBA at the University of Cape Town and received a Graduate Diploma in Engineering from the
University of Witwatersrand.
Key natural resources transactions which Ross has advised, arranged or executed include:
Sean is an experienced senior executive with a broad background in investment banking, merchant banking & investing, capital markets and treasury. Much of this experience was gained at Goldman Sachs in Australia where he spent 10 years and held a number of senior positions, including:
PIA managed approximately A$1bn of Goldman Sach’s investable capital. Prior to his time in PIA Sean had extensive experienc at Goldman within the Financing Group, co-leading the firm’s efforts in the Capital Products business, which incorporates Goldman Sachs’ Australian debt capital markets, structured financing, leveraged finance and equity linked business. In this capacity Sean lead or was a key advisor on some of Australia’s most prominent financing transactions. During this time he developed a reputation for leadership, innovation, delivery and integrity.
Prior to joining Goldman Sachs in 2002, Sean was Head of Structured Finance and Securitisation at SG Australia and previously held positions with Westpac Banking Corporation in Treasury and Institutional Banking.
Sean commenced a career in finance with Citibank in 1992, prior to which he was an officer in the Royal Australian Navy. Sean completed a BA at the University of New South Wales.
Key natural resources transactions which Sean has advised, arranged or executed include:
Warwick joined Treadstone Resource Partners in 2014 and has extensive experience in investment banking, particularly in mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt capital markets, and principal investment transactions.
Prior to joining Treadstone Resource Partners, Warwick worked at Macquarie Capital in the Sydney and Singapore offices and focused primarily on the Telecommunications, Media, Entertainment and Technology sectors.
Warwick has gained experience across a broad range of significant transactions involving a wide range of domestic and international corporate, private equity and institutional clients. Throughout his career, Warwick has advised on significant transactions for leading companies such as Independence Group, Leighton Holdings, Seven Group Holdings, Nine Entertainment Co. and Australia Post.
Warwick holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting & Finance) from the University of Technology, Sydney and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Key natural resources transactions which Warwick has advised, arranged or executed include:
Adam joined Treadstone Resource Partners in 2016 and has broad experience in natural resources investment banking, particularly in mergers and acquisitions, leverage finance and debt and equity capital markets.
Prior to joining Treadstone Resource Partners, Adam worked at Credit Suisse in the Sydney office and Barclays Capital in both the Sydney and London offices focused on Mining & Metals and Oil & Gas.
Prior to joining Barclays in 2010, Adam was a Tax Analyst at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu in the Private Equity and Mergers and Acquisitions team Adam’s career has provided him with extensive transactional experience both in Australasia and EMEA, with a specific focus on financing and advising some of the most prominent companies across the natural resources sector including; Glencore, InterOil Corporation, Newcrest Mining, Norilsk Nickel and Randgold Resources.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland and is a qualified Lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Key natural resources transactions which Adam has advised, arranged or executed include:
Cameron joined Treadstone Resource Partners in 2014 and has experience in corporate finance in natural resources, particularly in mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions.
Prior to this, Cameron worked in the Global Research and Investment Banking Divisions of Standard Chartered Bank, based in London, where he was involved in a number of significant transactions.
Cameron holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) / Bachelor of Economics (Honours) from the University of Queensland. His Honours thesis studied the response of Australian purchasing power to Chinese economic shocks.
Key natural resources transactions which Cameron has advised, arranged or executed include:
Phillip joined Treadstone Resource Partners in 2018 and has experience in both natural resources investment banking, and operational experience in hard rock mining.
Prior to joining Treadstone Resource Partners, Phillip worked at Citi’s Metals and Mining investment banking team in Perth, and Argonauts corporate advisory team in Perth.
Prior to this, Phillip was a Mining Engineer and Alternate Underground Manager at BHP’s Nickel West where he worked across multiple open pit and underground roles at Mount Keith, Leinster, Rockys Reward and Cliffs.
Phillip holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining)(Hons) from the University of Western Australia as well as a WA First Class Mine Managers Certificate of Competency. Phillip also holds a Masters of Commerce (Finance) from Deakin University.
Key natural resources transactions which Phillip has advised, arranged or executed include: