Anthony (Tony) Brennan is a chartered accountant who has moved into investment banking. He was a partner in an Australian national accounting firm, and has extensive hands on experience in financial management. Since leaving the accounting profession in 1990, Mr Brennan has played a leading role in a number of Australian resource companies, including the managing director of ASX-listed Mount Edon Gold Mines for 7 years. Mount Edon discovered and developed the Tarmoola gold mine in WA and was the subject of a A200 million takeover by Canadian miner Teck in 1997. In 2004, Mr Brennan founded Delta Capital to provide boutique investment banking and corporate advisory service principally to the natural resources sector, with a special focus on conventional and alternative energy companies. Mr Brennan is a director of fintech businesses Kikka Capital and Radium Capital.