Simon Poidevin

Simon Poidevin OAM is an executive director of Bizzell Capital Partners (BCP). Prior to joining BCP, he was an executive director at Pengana Capital, an Australian-based Absolute Return funds management company. Mr Poidevin worked in global financial markets for over 28 years, spending 14 years with Citigroup where he led the firm's corporate equity broking division in Australia. In March 2011, Mr Poidevin became a board member of Dart Energy, an Australian S&P/ASX-listed company. He represented Australia in Rugby Union from 1980 to 1991, captaining the Wallabies in 1986 and 1987, and becoming the first Wallaby to play 50 test matches. In total, Mr Poidevin played 59 test matches including 21 against the New Zealand All Blacks; a record for an Australian forward. In 1991, he was a member of the first Wallaby team to win the Rugby World Cup. Mr Poidevin is the co-president of the Classic Wallabies, the living heritage of Australian Rugby and encompasses all players who have been selected to play for the Wallabies. He was awarded an OAM in 1988 and the Centenary Medal in 2003, and was inducted into the Australian Hall of Fame in 1991. He is also an emeritus member of the Ben Lexcen Sports scholarship committee and co-founded the establishment of the "Lexcen Scholarships" in 1988. Mr Poidevin holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the University of New South Wales, a Blue in Rugby Union, and is a member of the UNSW Sporting Hall of Fame and the UNSW Faculty of Science Hall of Fame.
Bio last updated 04 Apr 2018

Positions - Current

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Executive DirectorBizzell Capital Partners2011


Executive Director
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