Quentin Flannery presently serves as a director for a number of family businesses and is in charge of the investment portfolio’s strategy and trading. He actively oversees the Flannery Foundation’s financial operations. Quentin serves as a director for a number of private. And public companies in addition to the Foundation. He also serves as a business ambassador for Act for Kids, an Australian organization.
Australian business executive and philanthropist Quentin Flannery. He serves as the director of Ilwella Pty Ltd, a Brisbane City, Queensland. Australia-based firm that specialises in heavy and civil engineering projects. Quentin also serves as a director for multiple family businesses. Where he manages investment portfolio management and trading with a focus on diversification. And a forward-thinking, entrepreneurial attitude to find new opportunities.
He has worked in a variety of fields, including exports, energy production, developing technology. And the development of both commercial and residential real estate.
Information about his education
From 1997 through 2004, Flannery was a student at Gregory Terrace’s St. Joseph’s College. In 2008, he graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in international business. At Qingdao University, he majored in Chinese language and literature.
Flannery started working for Yancoal Australia Ltd. in August 2013, where he quickly rose to the position of youngest marketing manager. He assisted in expanding Australia’s largest pure-coal manufacturer, generating $1 billion in sales, and developing the company’s foothold in Asia. The firm, Australia’s largest pure-play coal producer, employed him as worldwide head of thermal coal sales.
Among his accomplishments at Yancoal are:
SAP implementation in the marketing department to replace an outdated, underperforming system and improved marketing and logistics deployment.
Cultivated connections in Asia and signed the first sales agreements with tier 1 clients like Huaneng and Joban Electric, TNB, Taipower, and Taiwan Cement.
Increased coal exports from 2 million tonnes with significant clients.
Developed and implemented a plan to boost contractual sales to more than 80%, assisting in the formation of a sales organisation, expediting the blending of products, and optimising sales.
Maintained high requirements for product turnover and had no instances of mines that were stock-bound
Bought a poor Brisbane mine and increased sales to 75% of Tier 1 clients, stealing market share from rivals by using technical specialists to prove the product’s superiority.
2016 began with his joining Ilwella. He manages trading and investment operations there for the business.
Flannery serves on the boards of numerous companies, ranging from start-ups in their early stages to publicly traded ones. These businesses include AuMake International Ltd., a New South Wales-based online Asian retail company; Sunset Power International, an energy provider in New South Wales; Delta Coal, an Australian thermal coal mining company that runs the Chain Valley Colliery and Mannering Colliery; Elysian Capital, an up-and-coming hedge fund that specialises in weather-based commodity trading; and Field Orthopaedics, a Sydnee, New South Wales-based medical device start-up company.
Commercial and Investment Perspective
To maximise return, Flannery employs a first-hand comprehension of international markets, a keen eye for opportunities, and a strong core in negotiating. His primary area of interest is assisting and advising firms on how to grow and develop operations in quickly evolving industries.