Chris Morris

Non-Executive Chairman

Chris is a founding member of Computershare Limited (established in 1978) and was appointed Chief Executive Officer in 1990. Chris’ extensive knowledge of the securities industry and its user requirements from both a national and international perspective, coupled with his passion and long term strategic vision, have been instrumental in developing Computershare into a global company that is unique in its provision of a full range of solutions to meet the needs of listed companies and their stakeholders.

In September 2010 he relinquished his executive responsibilities at Computershare but retains the role of Non-Executive Chairman. Chris now brings his extensive experience guiding Computershare to the board of Smart Parking.


Paul Gillespie

Managing Director & Group CEO

Paul was appointed CEO of Smart Parking in January 2013. Before joining Smart Parking Paul was leading the UK division of Xerox Parking Services where he was successful in running two business units providing hardware and software solutions to a variety of public and private organisations. Whilst at Xerox Paul was responsible for all sales, operations and finance activities along with the development and delivery of new products to the UK parking market.

Prior to Xerox Paul was working for the Stanley organisation in a sales management capacity selling a range of technology products to government and private sectors.

Paul comes to Smart Parking from the UK with 10 years of experience in the parking technology market place and is focused on growing the Smart Parking business globally in the coming months and years.


Penelope Maclagan

Non-Executive Director

Penny is a non-executive director of Computershare Limited. She joined Computershare in 1983 and was appointed to the Board as an executive director in May 1995.

Until 2008, as head of Computershare Technology Services, Penny was responsible for planning, developing and executing technology across the world in support of that company’s global strategy. In 2008, she reduced her day to day involvement in Computershare and gave up her line management role. In September 2010 she gave up her remaining executive responsibilities.

The Company expects to benefit significantly from Penny’s broad experience in managing the deployment of technology applications across international markets.


Tiffany Fuller

Non-Executive Director

Tiffany is a qualified Chartered Accountant who has had a 20 year career across Chartered Accounting, Corporate Finance, Investment Banking and Private Equity. Tiffany joined Rothschild Australia in 1997 in the Investment Banking Group after 8 years at Arthur Andersen in Audit, Corporate Finance and Management Consulting in Australia, the UK and the United States.

At Rothschild Tiffany advised various private and public clients, was responsible for managing a Microcap Fund on behalf of a number of Australia's large industry superannuation funds, and was a founding director of the Rothschild e-Fund, a technology focused venture capital fund.

In this role, Tiffany worked closely with emerging technology companies at Board level and as corporate adviser. Her skills focus on strategic and financial advice, acquisitions, divestments, due diligence and governance.


Jeremy King


Jeremy King is a corporate advisor with over 15 years’ experience in domestic and international legal, financial and corporate affairs.  Currently he is a director of ASX listed Orca Energy Ltd and former founding director of Glory Resources Ltd that purchased the Sappes Gold Project.  He spent several years in London where he worked with Allen & Overy LLP and Debevoise & Plimpton LLP.  Jeremy has extensive corporate experience, particularly in relation to cross-border private equity, leveraged buy-out acquisitions and acting for banks, financial institutions and corporate issuers in respect of various debt and equity capital raisings.