Neon Capital

Established in WA: 2009
Level 1, 248 Hay Street, SUBIACO, 6008
08 6144 4840

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 Most Senior WA Executive.

NamePositionYear Started
Amanda Burgess
Company Secretary2015
Tim Kestell
Tim Kestell
Non-Executive Director2014
Ernest Myers
Ernest Myers
Finance Director2009
Peter Pynes
Non-Executive Director2014
Roy Rushworth
Roy Rushworth
Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer2005
Ross Williams
Non-Executive Chairman2015

Past People

NamePositionYear StartedYear Ended
Gabriel Chiappini Interim Company Secretary20102015
Ken Charsinsky Managing Director20092015
Alan Stein Non-Executive Chairman20092015
Ben Newton Chief Financial Officer20102015
Vesna Petrovic Company Secretary, Executive Director20102015
John Lander Non-Executive Director20092014
Ron Miller Non-Executive Director20062010
Dougal Ferguson Finance Director20062010
John Begg Managing Director20062010
Ian Middlemas Chairman19952010
David Bradley Director2009
Greg Dobson Non-Executive Director2006
Mark Pearce Non-Executive Director & Company Secretary20022006
Henry Kennedy Non-Executive Director1999

ECM Deals

DateCompanyTransaction TypeTotal Value
02/02/12Neon CapitalPlacement$25.0m>>

M&A Deals

AnnouncedBidderTargetTransaction TypeTotal Value
05/11/14MEO AustraliaNeon CapitalAcquisition$0>>
10/09/14Evoworld CorporationNeon CapitalAcquisition$0>>
10/04/14Neon CapitalAsset acquisition$28.9m>>


The company was previously called Neon Energy and changed its name to Neon Capital in February 2016. Neon was formed in 2009 through the purchase of private company Neon Energy Pty Ltd by Salinas Energy Limited, an ASX-listed entity. The merged entity combined Neon’s highly prospective Vietnamese exploration assets with Salinas Energy’s diverse portfolio of Californian production, appraisal and exploration assets. The company has since shifted focus to become an investment company.

Neon delisted from the ASX in February 2017, citing a desire to be able to pursue different investment opportunities without the need to undertake the re-compliance measures required under ASX listing rules.
Biography last updated 02 Apr 2019

Share Transactions

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