Our Team

James Cozens – Director, Commercial

James was employed as an in-house Legal Advisor for over 7 years before moving from the UK to Sydney in 2007. He has experience in commercial litigation, employment law and also the management of key regulatory matters, such as FSA Compliance.

After starting his career at a FTSE 100 company, James took advantage of the Clementi Reforms to become part of the senior management team that created the first and largest legal services company in the United Kingdom.

James works with potential clients to establish their specific needs and offer structured, tailored and straightforward solutions to address their corporate governance needs.

James holds an LLB Law Degree from Nottingham University and attained his LPC Certificate from the University of the West of England. He also holds a Certificate of Applied Corporate Governance from the Governance Institute of Australia.

Dearne Cameron – Chief Operating Officer

Dearne has years of experience in the business world and the Not-For-Profit sector, particularly in the spheres of strategic planning, operations, work place culture, business management and processes.

She has worked as non-executive director for reputable organisations’ such as House With No Steps, Make A Wish Australia and The Accountancy Practice, as well as having launched two of her own successful businesses.

With Dearne’s diverse experience of the corporate world and NFP sector, she has a broad knowledge from which to advise on best operational practices for CompliSpace.

Dearne holds a BA in Anthropology, Masters in Management, MBA, Graduate Certificate in Human Rights and studies in Behavioural Psychology. Dearne is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a fellow and CPM of the Australian Marketing Institute.

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