Helping CoreLogic lead the way are a range of people dedicated to enhancing our capabilities and product offerings.
Stephen leads CoreLogic after a comprehensive 20 year career with The Nielsen Company. He has held senior leadership and country leadership positions throughout Asia and New Zealand, most recently as Managing Director of Commercial Excellence in Southeast Asia, North Asia and Australasia.
As well as a strong client service background in information services, Stephen has extensive expertise in the consumer goods industry. He has presented at numerous conferences and has also been a past board member of the Market Research Association of New Zealand and a committee member of the Malaysia New Zealand Business Council and the New Zealand Food and Grocery Council.
Stephen is passionate about leadership and the impact key personnel can play on a business. Since joining CoreLogic in early 2014, he is relishing the challenge of building the business in conjunction with the rest of our Executive and Leadership Teams.
Alongside a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Stephen holds a Diploma in Business Studies (Marketing).
Mark Bell is CoreLogic’s General Manager Products, with responsibility for the management, performance and strategic direction of the product portfolio for CoreLogic NZ.
Key to the role is anticipating change in key markets so that technology and products are aligned with corporate strategy and CoreLogic are delivering relevant, innovative solutions to their customers.
Bringing over 15 years of leading edge e-commerce nuance and experience, Mark has worked abroad for some of the world's largest online companies and brings invaluable insight into product development, user experience, purchase behaviour and online marketing strategies. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Canterbury University.
Campbell has over 15 years' experience in marketing, sales and account management having worked for some of the world's largest companies across various industries. Based in the United Kingdom and Ireland for a large period of that time, he gained a Professional Diploma in Advertising and Communication from the Institute of Advertising Practitioners of Ireland (IAPI) at the Dublin Institute of Technology. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts.
As Head of Marketing, Campbell is responsible for the planning and execution of the company's marketing activity, supporting our various business segments across multiple platforms. Campbell is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (MCIM).
Sarah has broad legal experience, both in private practice and in-house legal teams. She has previously worked with Telecom in various legal roles, such as supporting its corporate sales division Gen-i, as well as at top law firms in New Zealand, including Duncan Cotterill.
As General Counsel at CoreLogic, Sarah is responsible for all New Zealand related legal matters as well as privacy, risk and regulatory affairs across all business segments. As well as a Bachelor of Laws with Honours, Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science and a Postgraduate Certificate in Management.
Coming from a commercial background, Jonno has specialised in marketing, analytics and customer insight for a number of organisations before joining CoreLogic. As the head of our Research Team, Jonno has helped build the company's research and analytic capabilities, and now focuses on analysing market conditions and trends.
As a result, Jonno regularly presents to our customers, regulators and industry groups, helping them to understand the current market and its potential effects on their business. He also frequently commentates in the New Zealand media, giving additional insight.
Jonno completed a Bachelor of Science from Victoria University, majoring in Geology and Zoology. He then went on to complete a Master of Science in Marine Biology before spending 5 years as a Fisheries Researcher.
Steve has more than 30 years’ experience across marketing and sales functions having worked with a diverse set of products and clients both within New Zealand and overseas, including the United States, United Kingdom and Africa. Driving business change for the benefit of the end client has been the common theme through Steve's career with 15 years spent in roles as General Manager of QV Online; heading up Sales and Marketing for PropertyIQ; before leading the Banking & Finance team across CoreLogic NZ.
As the General Manager Banking & Finance, Solutions, Steve’s primary focus is on developing solutions targeted at the specific needs of the NZ banks – creating actionable insights to support Risk Management; Customer Engagement; and Decision Workflow – and derived from Property and Market Analytics.
Steve has a Bachelor of Business Studies, majoring in Marketing, from Massey University.
Dougal has worked across a number of different industries including internet services and IT solutions and has held sales and leadership roles both here in New Zealand and in the United Kingdom for over 15 years. He specialises in selling and servicing solutions to large organisations across differing sectors.
As General Manager of Sales, Dougal is responsible for ensuring CoreLogic delivers the value and insight needed by our clients. Driven by our client's needs, Dougal leads our sales teams and is pivotal in the development of strategy and activity specific to each market.
As well as a Bachelor of Science, Dougal holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Sales Management and a Diploma in Environmental Management.
Jonathan has an extensive background in Information Systems that spans a number of industries including, government, logistics and data solutions. His previous roles have seen him manage large scale projects for Datacom, the Ministry of Education and Meridian Energy.
As General Manager of Data, Jonathan provides leadership to a team dedicated to providing the rich land and property data as well as the analytics that drive the technology-based services CoreLogic offers.
Professionally, Jonathan is also involved in local initiatives fostering technology development and providing industry experience to our community, including chairing the Wellington Institute of Technology (WELTECT) IT Advisory Committee.