Former Cronulla Sharks director Peter Kerr has been named as the newest member of the Pan-Tribal Asset Management board as a non-executive director.
Mr Kerr is a partner at Kemp Strang Lawyers and also serves as a director of the Physiotherapy Board of Australia, and brings to the role a wealth of experience in law and sports, which Pan-Tribal chief executive Colin Woods said will expand the breadth of the business' experience.
"I am really pleased to have someone of Peter's calibre on the Pan-Tribal board. His broad experience, gained from his work in law, and sporting and community organisations, will bring a fresh perspective to the table,” Mr Woods said.
Prior to his current role with Kemp Strang Lawyers, Mr Kerr served as the director of the Cronulla Sharks NRL Club, and was also chair of Sport Knowledge Australia.
Pan-Tribal said Mr Kerr was "well known" in international sport, having represented Australia in the national men's water polo team and giving the Judge's Oath at the Sydney Olympics' opening ceremony.
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