DOC's Principal Activity is the digital healthcare service and development.
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|ASX Rank||950 of 2,319|
|Sector Rank||82 of 198|
Doctor Care Anywhere Group PLC (DOC) is a UK-based telehealth company that is committed to delivering high-quality, effective and efficient care to its patients, whilst reducing the overall cost of providing clinical services. DOC utilises its relationships with health insurers, healthcare providers and corporate customers to connect with patients and deliver a range of telehealth services.
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|Mr Daniel (Dan) Curran||Chief Financial Officer,Company Secretary||Jan 2021|
|Mr Simon Calver||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2020||
Mr Simon Calver
Mr Calver has experience leading fast-growing technology businesses. Simon is an experienced non-executive board director, investor in technology, chief executive and entrepreneur. Simon has won recognition for his work at LoveFilm and with Entrepreneurs through the UK. As well as EY's Entrepreneur of the Year, he won the Sunday Times Buyout Track for PE backed businesses and the Confederation British Industries (CBI) Growth Company of the Year. Previous roles include being Chairman of technology start-up companies Moo Print Limited and Chemist Direct Limited, recipe box subscription company Gousto Ltd, Firefly Learning Ltd and UK Business Angels Association, Non-Executive Director of Global App Testing and Datalex PLC and CEO of Mothercare PLC and LoveFilm International until its sale to Amazon in 2011. In 2015, Simon set up BGF Ventures, a 200 million venture fund and substantial shareholder of Doctor Care Anywhere. Prior to this, Simon worked for large blue-chip companies such as Unilever, Pepsi and Dell. Simon speaks regularly on corporate change, leadership and disruptive business models.
|Mr Richard John Dammery||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Mr Richard John Dammery
Mr Dammery has board and governance experience, having served on and advised a range of boards over the past 25 years. Before commencing his non-executive career, Richard held senior leadership roles in a range of major Australian and New Zealand companies, including Woolworths Group where he was the Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary, responsible for legal and regulatory advice, group governance and group compliance. Prior to this, Richard held a number of commercial general management roles, principally in the telecommunications and technology sectors. From 2008-2014 Richard was a partner of leading law firm, Minter Ellison, specialising in corporate advice and mergers and acquisitions. Richard currently serves on the boards of Nexus Hospitals Group, Aussie Broadband Limited and Creative Partnerships Australia. He is an Adjunct Professor (Practice) and Industry Fellow at Monash Business School. He is chairman of Risk Management Committee.
|Dr Leanne Rowe||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Dr Leanne Rowe
Dr Rowe has a understanding of clinical governance and medico-legal issues. Leanne's current roles include Chairman of Nexus Hospitals, and Non-Executive Director of Japara Healthcare Limited, the Medical Indemnity Protection Society (MIPS) and MIPS Insurance in Australia. She is a Presiding Member at Victorian Medical Panels which involves chairing panels of medical and surgical specialists to consider complex cases of patient injury. Leanne has a Professorial appointment at Monash University, and she has published 10 health-related books. Her most recent book 'Every doctor: healthier doctors = healthier patients' was published internationally by CRC Press (UK). Previous roles include being a Non-Executive Director of three Australian private health insurers including Medibank Private Limited (prior to its ASX listing), Australian Health Management and GMHBA Limited. She has also served on the boards of I-MED Radiology Network Pty Ltd, the largest private radiology provider in Australia; Beyondblue, the national depression initiative; and Barwon Health, the largest regional hospital and health network in Victoria, Australia. She was Chairman of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners National Council and Victorian board. Leanne's clinical leadership has been recognised in Australia by an Order of Australia for service to medicine, 'The Rose Hunt Medal' and 'The College Medal' by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and 'Best Individual Contribution to Health Care' by the Australian Medical Association. She is member of Risk Management Committee.
|Ms Vanessa Miscamble Wallace||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Ms Vanessa Miscamble Wallace
Ms Wallace is an experienced board director, strategy management consultant, investor and founder in innovative, early-stage and digital companies. This includes being Chair of AMP Capital Ltd (from 2016 to 2018) and Drop Bio Pty Ltd (from 2018 to present) and Managing Director of Miscamble Forrest Pty Ltd as well as being a non-executive director of Global Board of Booz & Company (2006-2010), Wesfarmers Ltd (2010-present) and SEEK Ltd (2017-present). Vanessa spent more than 25 years at Booz & Company as a Senior Partner and Executive Chairman in Japan, and a Director of several Asian entities of the business. She led the Financial Services Practice in global markets and the strategy practice in Australia. She has extensive experience in post-merger integration, risk management and supporting leadership teams with their strategies and operational delivery. In the health care sector, Vanessa spent years as a consultant supporting providers across Australia and has been an investor in disruptive, innovative health care business for the last 15 years. More recently, Vanessa has worked with global life and health insurers and early stage ventures building data analytic capabilities and integrating biotechnology and data to define new health care solutions. She is also currently undertaking the MIT Engineering School's Professional Certificate Program in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence. Vanessa is a Member of the UNSW Business School Advisory Council and a Member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra Chairman's Council. She is member of Risk Management Committee.
|Ms Romana Abdin||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Ms Romana Abdin
Ms Abdin has led the restructuring and investment in digital capability to meet the demands of today's customers, employers and healthcare practitioners, developing new propositions, establishing new relationships, developing people capabilities and a leadership team which has shifted the culture from risk averse and analogue to more customer-centric, agile and engaged. Romana has a industry profile in the UK and has gained extensive commercial, board, governance and regulatory experience in previous roles at Simplyhealth Group, Lloyds Banking Group and Bradford & Bingley Building Society. Romana started her career as a Barrister in London specialising in corporate and commercial law and went on to hold several corporate affairs and legal roles, principally in the financial services and entertainment sectors. She is member of Risk Management Committee.
|Mr Jonathan Baines||Executive Chairman,Executive Director||Nov 2018||
Mr Jonathan Baines
Executive Chairman,Executive Director
Mr Baines has board and governance experience in the UK, having previously served on and advised both public and private company boards. Jonathan has also previously advised the UK Financial Services Authority (forerunner to the Prudential Regulatory Authority) on matters related to governance and succession planning. Prior to this, Jonathan spent 12 years in the British Army before joining and subsequently managing the UK Treasury division of Brown Shipley PLC. He spent 26 years in the executive search industry, starting his own company in 1986 which he sold to Whitehead Mann PLC, where he led the financial services practice before becoming Chairman in 2005. From 2005 to 2014, he served as Chairman of Korn Ferry Inc in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) where he was involved in Chair and CEO succession planning at a number of the largest global financial services companies, including one of the leading banks in Australia. Since leaving the search industry in 2014, Jonathan has continued to advise and work closely with Citigroup in EMEA on client activities, as a Senior Adviser at Tulchan Communications, and as Chairman of Candy Kittens, a private and rapidly growing confectionery business.
|Mr David Ravech||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2015||
Mr David Ravech
Mr Ravech has led and invested in disruptive technology companies for more than 20 years. Prior to his involvement with Doctor Care Anywhere, David was the founder and CEO of Overland Health (now part of Slater and Gordon Solutions), a technologydriven provider of rehabilitation services. He also founded and was later Co-CEO of Global Freight Exchange which provided the world's leading airlines and freight forwarders with the first online price and availability comparison engine and transaction system for airfreight (with the company being sold in 2007 to Descartes (Nasdaq: DSGX), a provider of cloudbased logistics and supply chain management solutions). He then spent six years as a strategy management consultant at McKinsey, based in the Melbourne and London offices. He has worked in Australia, the UK, Japan, Israel and several European countries, primarily serving clients in the retail, brewing, telecoms and banking sectors with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, competition law approvals and pricing strategy.
|Dr Bayju Thakar||Chief Executive Officer,Executive Director||Feb 2014||
Dr Bayju Thakar
Chief Executive Officer,Executive Director
Dr Thakar has been responsible for leading the Company's growth from inception through to a vertically integrated digital health provider, serving some of the largest blue-chip health insurers and hospital groups in the world.
|Kate Bunyan||Chief Medical Officer||N/A|
|Ben Kent||Chief Operating and Financial Officer||N/A|
The current holdings of DOC directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Carani Holdings Limited||31/12/2020||44,264,604||13.90|
|BGF Nominees Limited||31/12/2020||21,785,103||6.84|
|Caledonia (Private) Investments Pty Limited||31/12/2020||30,084,000||9.45|
|Perennial Value Management Limited||13/08/2021||46,920,562||14.70|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|13-08-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||4,000,000||13.46||14.70|
|05-08-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||5,452,193||11.75||13.46|
|28-07-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||3,545,568||10.64||11.75|
|21-06-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||3,213,678||9.63||10.64|
|26-04-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||7,367,391||7.32||9.63|
|25-03-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||5,328,951||5.65||7.32|
|03-03-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||18,012,781||--||5.65|
|04-12-20||Caledonia (Private) Investments Pty Limited||30,084,000||--||9.45|
|04-12-20||Carani Holdings Limited||44,264,604||--||13.90|
|04-12-20||Perennial Value Management Limited||16,246,338||--||5.10|
|04-12-20||BGF Nominees Limited||21,785,103||--||6.84|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|12-02-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||16,246,338||5.10||--|
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