OLL's Principal Activity is the provides a cloud-hosted social learning platform for delivering short courses, blended learning and online degrees; provides learning design services; and promotion and sale of educational courses through a global marketplace.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-89.11%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-32.98%|
|ASX Rank||1,572 of 2,237|
|Sector Rank||138 of 204|
OpenLearning Limited (OLL) is a Sydney-based, software-as-aservice company that provides a scalable online learning platform and learning design services to education providers; and a global marketplace of both accredited and non-accredited courses, micro-credentials and online degrees for learners in Australia, Malaysia and around the world.
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|Mr David Buckingham||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Mr David Buckingham
Mr Buckingham has a diverse educational background and impressive career which he began in the United Kingdom with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He later moved into the telecommunications industry to which he devoted much of his career. He has worked for Telewest Global as the Group Treasurer and Director of Financial Planning, Virginmedia, as Finance Director Business Division and iiNet where he held the roles of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive Officer between 2008 and 2015.
|Professor Beverley Oliver||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Professor Beverley Oliver
Prof Oliver is an education change leader, works as a higher education consultant and researcher in areas such as digital education, micro-credentials, curriculum transformation, quality assurance and graduate employability. She is the founder and editor of the Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability. Beverley was Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education at Deakin University (2013-2018), Deputy Chair of Universities Australia's Deputy Vice-Chancellors (Academic) (2018) and Deputy Chair of the Board of EduGrowth, a not-for-profit entity and Australia's acceleration network for high-growth, scalable, borderless education (2016-18). Beverley's leadership has been recognised through two national Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning and several nationally funded grants and two fellowships. In 2017, she was awarded Deakin University's highest honour, the title of Alfred Deakin Professor, for her outstanding and sustained contribution to conceptualising the strategic enhancement of courses in the digital economy and furthering Deakin University's research and scholarship in the field of higher education.
|Ms Maya Hari||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Ms Maya Hari
Ms Hari is the VP & Managing Director, Asia Pacific at Twitter. Asia Pacific has been the growth engine for Twitter in recent years. Maya's focus has been to fuel Twitter strategy and rapid growth in key markets such as China, India, Australia and Indonesia. Maya brings diverse business experience having led functions in Sales, Marketing & Product Management. She serves as a director of the following entities in Singapore: TIE Singapore (a Non-Profit focused on fuelling the entrepreneurial ecosystem), Aviva Singlife Holdings Pte Ltd, Aviva Ltd and Singapore Life Pte Ltd. Prior to Twitter, Maya spent 16+ years in the digital media, mobile and eCommerce in the US and in Asia Pacific region for brands such as Google, Samsung, Microsoft & Cisco. She was also responsible for the digital transformation & re-engineering of media powerhouse Conde Nast in Asia - launching and bringing internet and mobile offerings for top tier publication titles such as Vogue, GQ and Conde Nast Traveller.
|Mr Kevin Charles Barry||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Mr Kevin Charles Barry
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Barry is a director of TCAP Australia and Thakral Capital Holdings. His responsibilities include execution of investment opportunities, oversight and management of development projects, origination of senior construction and investment finance. Kevin is also the TCAP group representative director for the GemLife retirement business. Kevin has over 24 years experience in law, property finance and funds management. Initially he started as a structured finance lawyer in Sydney with KPMG & Blake Dawson, and then London with Norton Rose. In 2001, he moved to investment banking at Zurich Capital Markets Asia where he was Senior Vice President responsible for the structuring and execution of their principal finance business. He subsequently managed CHOPIN structured finance business whose primary activities included originating fixed income products across various asset classes. Prior to joining the TCAP group, Kevin was involved in setting up the credit strategies funds management business at Pengana Capital.
|Mr Spiro Pappas||Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Mr Spiro Pappas
Mr Pappas is a business leader with over 30 years of experience predominantly in the financial services industry. Since leaving NAB in July 2018, Spiro has served on a number of boards. In addition to his role at Open Learning, Spiro is currently the Chairman of Atlas Iron, TCM Digital (Global Ecommerce Aggregator) and OpenInvest (Wealthtech) and ASX Listed Splitit (Payment Fintech - Spiro stepped down as Chair of Splitit in February 2021). Spiro is also a non-executive director of DataMesh Group (Payment Fintech). At NAB, Spiro performed several leadership roles including Executive General Manager of Global Institutional Banking, CEO of Asia and Executive General Manager of International and Innovation. Prior to NAB, Spiro worked in Sydney, London and New York with Deutsche Bank and then over 11 years in London with ABN AMRO/RBS where he managed a number of global businesses including Debt Capital Markets, Client Coverage for Financial Institutions and Corporate Finance and Advisory. Spiro has also served on the Advisory Board of both the Australia China Business Council and the Australia Japan Business Cooperation Council and was a Board Member of the European Australian Business Council. Spiro was also a member of a taskforce advising the Federal Government on how to enable the SME sector for the digital age.
|Mr Adam Maurice Brimo||Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director,Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Mr Adam Maurice Brimo
Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director,Executive Director
Mr Brimo is listed in the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia for Consumer Technology, The Pearcey Foundation 2018 NSW Tech Entrepreneur Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the 2011 UNSW Alumni Graduand Award. Adam previously worked at Macquarie Bank as a Software Engineer in the Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Group and at Westpac Institutional Bank as a Senior Software Engineer. In 2010-2011, Adam led the successful Vodafail consumer activist campaign, which resulted in nationwide media coverage, an ACMA inquiry and a $1bn network upgrade for Vodafone's Australian business. Adam was named the Consumer Activist of the Year in 2011 by Choice Magazine for his transformative impact on the telecommunications sector in Australia.
|Mr Justyn Peter Stedwell||Company Secretary||N/A|
|Huat Koh||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
|David Collien||Chief Technology Officer||N/A|
|Cherie Diaz||Managing Director, Australia||N/A|
|Sarveen Kandiah||Managing Director, Malaysia||N/A|
|Christina He||Strategy Director||N/A|
OLL directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|25/02/21||David Buckingham||Expiry||375,000||$0.18||$67,500||As advised by the company|
|25/02/21||Adam Brimo||Expiry||1,000,000||$0.18||$180,000||As advised by the company|
|23/12/19||Kevin Barry||Buy||+54,000||$0.15||$8,100||On-market trade|
|16/12/19||Kevin Barry||Buy||+146,000||$0.148||$21,670||On-market trade|
The current holdings of OLL 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 (%)|
|Magna Intelligent Sdn Bhd||31/03/2021||11,030,058||7.90|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
No buy transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|09-11-20||Magna Intelligent Sdn Bhd||1,210,000||7.90||6.10|
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