Tony Ghiazza

Chief Financial Officer

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Tony Ghiazza

Tony Ghiazza has over 25 years experience in the Information, Funds Management and Technology Sectors, having worked in finance and executive positions in Australian corporates and mid-size companies.


Tony joined InfoTrack in October 2015 as Finance Director, where he is responsible for all accounting, budgeting, cash management, auditing, tax, acquisitions and company secretarial activities.

His knowledge in all things finance runs deep and so no matter how big the number sets are, Tony isn’t one to be scared off.

One of his many strengths lies in growing and integrating businesses to achieve superior shareholder returns. He has done this with excellent success and his shareholders have been most appreciative as you would expect. Tony has built strong relationships over the years with top-tier professional services firms, banking institutions, venture capitalists and corporate advisors which illustrates his professionalism and strength of character.

Tony firmly believes that it’s integral for the finance team to partner up with the business and align plans so that strategy can be turned into outcomes. As a Finance Director, corporate governance and business ethics are central to his decision-making process and he always places an importance on them to help guide.

Tony manages his teams with an authentic leadership style that promotes strong continuity and quality outcomes. This, together with his strong mentoring skills, has proven to build a culture of high performance and trust.

The saying goes, if you want to get the job done, give it to a busy man. This is the embodiment of how Tony delivers. If it needs to be done, he will see it through to completion and deliver the desired outcome without any doubt.

In Tony’s spare time, he loves the company of his family and friends.

If Tony left the room – what would someone say about him?

"A true professional with a passion for numbers who delivers superior outcomes to shareholders."

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