Who is RegenCo?

RegenCo is one of Australia’s leading natural capital businesses, specialising in agricultural productivity, land management and carbon projects

Since 2019, RegenCo has worked with Australian landholders to develop natural capital regeneration and carbon farming projects that diversify income, and secure long-term food supply while also increasing environmental resilience.

As a group of pastoralists, grazing land management specialists and scientists with over 100 years combined experience working with the land, our team has first-hand experience of the unique challenges farmers face.

RegenCo is committed to a shared ownership model that helps landholders meet their social, environmental and economic goals through natural capital and carbon farming projects.

Our approach ensures landholders are front and centre and able to maximise productivity through biodiversity and land regeneration projects, which in turn diversify revenue streams.

We reinforce this work with our leading technology platform, Enviro-Tech, which supports real-time, evidence-based decision-making. It is flexible and agile and we will continue to partner, invest and grow with landholders so they can profit today and tomorrow.

The RegenCo Team

Paul Barber
Executive Chair

Paul Barber is an experienced and successful senior executive possessing high level experience in all facets of the agricultural industry within Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Some of the key executive roles he has held include Chief Operating Officer, Elders Limited, Executive General Manager, Incitec Pivot Limited and General Manager, Strategy and Business Development, AWB Landmark.

Paul’s most recent executive role was that of Chief Executive Officer of Australian Agribusiness (Holdings) Pty Ltd and was responsible for overseeing the Hong listed CK Lifesciences wholly owned Australian businesses, Accensi Pty Ltd and Amgrow Pty Ltd which serve the agriculture, golf and turf, pest management and home garden markets in Australia and New Zealand.

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Greg Noonan
Managing Director

Greg is an agribusiness & finance executive with experience  spanning over two decades in Australia and the US. Early in his  career, Greg held trading and risk management roles with ASX  listed corporations in the cotton, grains and sugar industries.  In 2007, he joined National Australia Bank’s financial markets  team where he led the Agribusiness and QLD business units and established a successful business for a NAB subsidiary in the US.

In 2019 Greg joined specialist livestock financier, StockCo as  General Manager, responsible for product development,  distribution and leadership of the Australian business unit.  Greg has consulted to the Carbon Market Institute on the  development of the carbon farming sector and holds a  Bachelor of Commerce, Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance  and Investment and is a Fellow of the Financial Services  Institute of Australia.

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Chris Overton
CFO and Director
Christopher is an experienced executive with a strong legal and accounting background to complement his wide experience in board roles across the financial and technology industries. Most notably he served as CFO and Executive Director of GTS Group, a nationally operated technology company for eight years, as well as being the Managing Partner of Bartley Partners, a business focussed accounting firm, for almost a decade.
Christopher has sat on numerous boards, both as an executive, and non-executive director, as well as providing advisory board services for clients Australia-wide. Christopher holds a Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), and Master of Laws, as well as being a Chartered Tax Adviser, a Fellow of the Tax Institute, and a practising lawyer.
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Dr. Tim Moore
Chief of Science & Strategy

Tim has almost 20 years experience across natural resource  management, conservation land management, carbon  markers (buy side and supply side) and agribusiness  innovation.

Tim has established a number of successful businesses across  the carbon industry, including carbon accounting and  reporting, a JV to undertake the largest revegetation project  in Australia, the establishment of methods and projects within  the voluntary and regulatory markets.

With his breadth of experience and expertise which spans the  carbon industry, Tim is a trusted advisor within the land  management, land regeneration, and carbon space, and has  provided extensive advisory services to WA, SA, and NT  governments, large corporates, and land management groups  across Australia

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Madeleine Harris
Chief Operating Officer

Madeleine is an experienced executive with over two decades leading agribusiness sales and payments teams at NAB. Madeleine has a deep understanding of Australian agribusiness, having worked as an agribusiness banker before going on to lead NAB’s agribusiness division in South Australia.

Madeleine holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and post graduate qualifications in Agricultural Economics and Management.

A proud Barkindji & Wemba Wemba woman, Madeleine is passionate about changing the narrative on Indigenous leadership in corporate Australia.

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Hubert Lau
Chief of Staff

Hubert has over 7 years of Strategy, Operations, and Digital Big 4 consulting experience, working with with Financial Institutions, State Government, Universities, Energy providers and Telcos.

Prior to joining RegenCo, Hubert was a career management consultant, working with organisations to develop and execute on their organisational strategy, improve their operations and service delivery, and devise approaches to engage and serve their customers in the digital age.

Since joining RegenCo at its inception in 2019, Hubert has been working with the management team to expand capability, capacity of the team, and to support the delivery against the strategy.

Hubert has also played a significant role in the consulting engagements with government and private sector organisations, developing internal systems, and supporting the capital raising process.

Hubert holds an MBA from the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School. 

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Simone Moshal
Strategy Lead, Markets and Communications

Simone is a seasoned financial services professional with a strong background in research, funds management, and financial communications. She has 15 years experience working with Australia’s largest Fund Managers, including AXA, Challenger, and Perpetual in roles spanning research analysis and financial communications. Her most recent role was with a global forestry and agricultural investment manager, New Forests, who has $10 billion in assets under management.

At Regenco, Simone leads the development and engagement with investors and carbon credit offtakers.

She holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Economics, from the University of New South Wales, and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance.

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Tim Pryor
Chief Commercial Officer

Tim has a strong agricultural foundation and extensive expertise, with five years of pastoral experience and 11 years in senior leadership roles in Agribusiness Banking, at Commonwealth bank of Australia, ANZ, and Bank of Queensland.

As Chief Operating Officer at StockCo for the past six years, Tim successfully built a livestock lending business, leading to a notable acquisition event valued at $154 million.

As Chief Commercial Officer at RegenCo, Tim leads the execution of collaborative projects, bridging scientific knowledge and landholders’ perspectives. He approaches carbon projects with empathy, prioritizing landholders’ confidence and trust in RegenCo’s role as project manager, while allowing them to focus on their expertise as farmers.

Tim holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science in Pasture and Rangelands from the University of Queensland.

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Dr Steve Petty
Lead Pastoral Advisor
  • Over 35 years’ experience working with land managers to improve the triple bottom line of their pastoral businesses
  • Currently involved in the management and development of large cattle businesses across north Australia
  • Strong technical and scientific background in the pastoral industry
Brett Crook
Lead Pastoral Advisor WA
  • 40 years experience owning & managing pastoral leases.
  • Held a 10+ years strategic management role with a mining company operating their pastoral leases.
  • Served on the WA Pastoral Lands Board.
Caitlin Wenke
Lead Ecological Engineer
  • Experienced in developing spatial analytics and remote sensing systems to assess and model environmental condition over time. Particular interest in modelling rangelands ecology.
  • Dux of University of Adelaide – Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering.
Kirsten Vine
Lead Field Ecologist
  • Experienced field ecologist, providing site assessments and advice on restoration & management for energy, mining, council and government sectors.
  • Qualified botanist, including Biobanking Assessment Methodology for biodiversity.
Daniel Hanisch
Senior Project Manager
  • 20+ years in land and water management roles.
  • Worked in SA government advancing carbon farming strategy development and delivering pilot projects.
  • Extensive experience in project management, impact assessment environmental restoration and Indigenous ranger programs.
Emma Moss
Pastoral Advisor
  • Passionate about pastoral grazing and management
  • 6 years working in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions
  • Bachelor of Sustainable Agriculture majoring in Livestock and Poultry production and Bachelor and Agricultural Science majoring in Agronomy
Dr Ken Clarke
Technical Lead
  • Leads the refinement of existing, and development of new aspects of the technical operations
  • 23 years experience in remote sensing and landscape scale ecology, focusing on developing remote sensing solutions in the interface between academia and industry.
  • Has also worked in crop phenotyping, developing and refining methods to aid researchers and plant breeders improve crop drought tolerance, yield, and disease resistance.
  • Ken’s work has covered the range of scales and sensors from ultra-high resolution drone, through manned aircraft, to satellite, and from visible, to multispectral, to hyperspectral, to LiDAR.
Ramesh Raja Segaran
Spacial & Remote sensing Specialist
  • Ramesh is joining us for six months to document and refine the standard operating procedures for spatial- and remote sensing workflows (Prefeasibility, Initial Classification, Final Classification)
  • Background in social and environmental mapping at a range of spatial and temporal scales
  • Most recently Ramesh was director of the University of Adelaide Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility (URAF), and through that role helped develop and deliver training and protocols in the use of drones for environmental monitoring to many groups throughout Australia and Asia Pacific
Hannah Auricht
Remote Sensing Specialist
  • Passionate about research projects with real-world impact which contribute towards decarbonisation of the planet and restoration of natural systems
  • 6 year’s experience as a research assistant and data analyst
  • Expertise in application of earth observation for monitoring and measuring natural environments and processes
  • PhD in Environmental Studies from the University of Adelaide
David Summers
Environmental and Economic Modeller
  • Experienced spatial and data scientist specialising in integrated modelling, ecosystem service evaluation, natural capital and environmental accounting, and remote sensing
  • Over 15 years’ experience researching triple bottom line trade-offs in agriculture and natural resource management with a focus on biophysical and economic modelling to evaluate carbon abatement opportunities and identify potential benefits
  • Helps RegenCo quantify abatement and better understand potential co-benefits including improved biodiversity outcomes
Jack Nugent
Project Partnerships Manager
  • Passionate about finding innovative solutions for a sustainable future that hold a strong triple bottom line
  • 5 years experience in operational support/management for savanna burning carbon projects on Aboriginal Land in Northern Australia.
  • Performed various roles in natural resource management through Government, private, and Aboriginal organisations
  • Builds and strengthen relationships with landholders and other key stakeholders important for the permanence plans of projects

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