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Chapter Council - Remote Online

Chapter Councillors serve in a voluntary capacity.  The Council administers the affairs of the Chapter in accord with the ATAA Constitution, Board Documented Policies and the Guidelines for ATAA Chapters. If you are interested in serving on the Chapter Council please contact the Chapter President.


  • ATAA member since May 2005
  • Chapter Councillor, TWB 2015
  • Chapter Councillor, Remote Online since Oct 2017
Graham worked as a technician in telecoms and two-way radio for many years. In the late 90s/early 2000s studied and gained a B Comp Sc and then worked in software development for 5 years. Employment then became patchy and Trading became seen as a means to an income. This was done (shares on the ASX) secondarily to looking for work and completing an MA(App Ling). In the 2010s trading became the focus. Knowledge has been gained from the ATAA, books and online research. He now uses Amibroker to model, test and identify stocks mainly in the mean reversion world.
  • ATAA member since Aug 2009
  • Chapter Councillor since Sep 2017
  • Phone : +617 5443 2912
Gregory was a part time trader for almost twenty years before taking on the role as trustee of his SMSF. He manages his trading using quantitative trading systems which are maintained and updated as the structure of financial markets continues to evolve. Greg has always appreciated the need for lifelong learning to keep education relevant and up to date and for constant research as trading has moved from the chalk board to automated trading.
  • ATAA Member since Nov 1995
  • Board Member Feb 2015 - Nov 2015, Oct 2017 -
  • SYD Councillor Oct 2017 -
  • Phone : +614 1233 3973
Darryl is a lawyer; admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1970. For 30 years, he was a corporate lawyer for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Having established his own SMSF in 2006, he specialises in the law governing SMSFs, with an RG146 in Superannuation and SMSFs. He is an Authorised Representative under an AFSL. He served for 10 years on the committee of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, and served as CEO of Brothers and Sisters in Law, a lawyer member association. Over the past decade, Darryl has provided education seminars and workshops in technical analysis for 3 companies, internationally.