Chair
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Audit Committee Position

Martin Jaskel

Martin Jaskel serves on the board of directors of Triterras and has served as Chairman of Netfin Acquisition Corp. since April 2019. Jaskel has over 40 years of experience within financial services encompassing both non-executive director and executive roles. In particular, he has in-depth exposure to capital markets, debt financing, foreign exchange and trade finance. Previously, he held non-executive roles within the fintech sector and was involved in raising capital for investments in both real estate property technology and fintech companies. Jaskel has worked closely with regulators, including the Bank of England, throughout his career and is frequently consulted on issues involving FX, trade finance and strategic development. He began his career in the UK government bond market as a broker with leading firms, most recently as a Partner at W. Greenwell & Co. In June 2005 he joined European American Capital Limited, an FCA authorized and regulated specialized advisory bank as a Senior Advisor and Investment Banker. From January 2015 to January 2017, he served as a Director of N-VIRO International Corporation. Jaskel has been a Non-Executive Director of Spectra Systems Corporation (LON: SPSY) since March 2007 and is the Chair of its Audit and Compensation Committees. He has extensive experience as a Non-Executive Director of both publicly traded and private companies.

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Vanessa Slowey

Vanessa Slowey serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Ms. Slowey has over 25 years of multinational experience with proficiency in start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, transformation and digitalization. She was the CEO of Digicel’s Carribean and Latin American branch until 2018 and the CEO of Digicel’s Asia Pacific branch prior to that. She has spent 16 years in roles across various emerging markets, with more than 20 years of total experience in the telecom industry. In her prior role, Slowey was a member of the board of directors of various Digicel subsidiaries in a wide range of jurisdictions and is currently a director of Digicel Cayman Islands. She holds a Diploma in Leadership from the Irish Management Institute, attended Harvard Business School for a Finance for Senior Executives program and is in the process of obtaining a master’s in digital marketing from the Digital Marketing Institute. Slowey is also certified as a Certified Investment Fund Director by the Institute of Banking and has completed the Company Direction Program from the Institute of Directors.

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Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Mr. Richards is the founder and managing director of the Watiga group of companies, including: (i) Watiga Legal, a Singapore law firm providing legal advisory services under Singapore, New York, English and Australian law principally for corporate finance, venture capital and private equity transactions; (ii) Watiga Trust, a licensed trust company in Singapore, providing trustee and fiduciary services to corporations, funds and individuals, and (iii) Watiga Asia, a professional services firm in Singapore providing a range of corporate services throughout Southeast Asia. Between 2006 and 2013 Richards was also an independent director and member of the audit and compensation committees of China Yuchai International Limited, a leading diesel engine manufacturer in China and a NYSE listed company. Richards holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Asian Studies (First Class Honours) from the Australian National University. He is also a qualified arbitrator and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Richards is qualified to practice law in New York, England, Australia and Singapore, and is proficient in Bahasa Indonesian.

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Compensation Committee Position

Vanessa Slowey

Vanessa Slowey serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Ms. Slowey has over 25 years of multinational experience with proficiency in start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, transformation and digitalization. She was the CEO of Digicel’s Carribean and Latin American branch until 2018 and the CEO of Digicel’s Asia Pacific branch prior to that. She has spent 16 years in roles across various emerging markets, with more than 20 years of total experience in the telecom industry. In her prior role, Slowey was a member of the board of directors of various Digicel subsidiaries in a wide range of jurisdictions and is currently a director of Digicel Cayman Islands. She holds a Diploma in Leadership from the Irish Management Institute, attended Harvard Business School for a Finance for Senior Executives program and is in the process of obtaining a master’s in digital marketing from the Digital Marketing Institute. Slowey is also certified as a Certified Investment Fund Director by the Institute of Banking and has completed the Company Direction Program from the Institute of Directors.

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Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Mr. Richards is the founder and managing director of the Watiga group of companies, including: (i) Watiga Legal, a Singapore law firm providing legal advisory services under Singapore, New York, English and Australian law principally for corporate finance, venture capital and private equity transactions; (ii) Watiga Trust, a licensed trust company in Singapore, providing trustee and fiduciary services to corporations, funds and individuals, and (iii) Watiga Asia, a professional services firm in Singapore providing a range of corporate services throughout Southeast Asia. Between 2006 and 2013 Richards was also an independent director and member of the audit and compensation committees of China Yuchai International Limited, a leading diesel engine manufacturer in China and a NYSE listed company. Richards holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Asian Studies (First Class Honours) from the Australian National University. He is also a qualified arbitrator and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Richards is qualified to practice law in New York, England, Australia and Singapore, and is proficient in Bahasa Indonesian.

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Kenneth Stratton

Kenneth Stratton serves on the board of directors of Triterras. He is the CEO of Asia Pacific FI Training Pte. Ltd. in Singapore ("Asia Pacific FI Training"), having served in the position since March 2017 and from March 2013 to March 2015. At Asia Pacific FI Training, Stratton leveraged his experience in fintech to design and deliver training across corporate banking, including strategic sales and account management, product sales, working capital, structured trade and cash management. Prior to his current position, he served as a general manager at the Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi, in Singapore from April 2015 to February 2017. Stratton also served as managing director at DBS Bank Limited in Singapore from October 2010 to February 2013. While at DBS Bank Limited, his fintech solutions helped to double revenue streams from approximately SGD 700 million to approximately SGD 1.5 billion in two years. Altogether, Stratton has over 30 years of experience in the banking and supply chain finance industries, and over 20 years of experience developing fintech solutions. He holds a diploma from Securities Institute of NSW and University of NSW, Sydney, Australia and is conversational in Japanese.

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Compensation Committee Charter

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Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Position

Martin Jaskel

Martin Jaskel serves on the board of directors of Triterras and has served as Chairman of Netfin Acquisition Corp. since April 2019. Jaskel has over 40 years of experience within financial services encompassing both non-executive director and executive roles. In particular, he has in-depth exposure to capital markets, debt financing, foreign exchange and trade finance. Previously, he held non-executive roles within the fintech sector and was involved in raising capital for investments in both real estate property technology and fintech companies. Jaskel has worked closely with regulators, including the Bank of England, throughout his career and is frequently consulted on issues involving FX, trade finance and strategic development. He began his career in the UK government bond market as a broker with leading firms, most recently as a Partner at W. Greenwell & Co. In June 2005 he joined European American Capital Limited, an FCA authorized and regulated specialized advisory bank as a Senior Advisor and Investment Banker. From January 2015 to January 2017, he served as a Director of N-VIRO International Corporation. Jaskel has been a Non-Executive Director of Spectra Systems Corporation (LON: SPSY) since March 2007 and is the Chair of its Audit and Compensation Committees. He has extensive experience as a Non-Executive Director of both publicly traded and private companies.

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Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Mr. Richards is the founder and managing director of the Watiga group of companies, including: (i) Watiga Legal, a Singapore law firm providing legal advisory services under Singapore, New York, English and Australian law principally for corporate finance, venture capital and private equity transactions; (ii) Watiga Trust, a licensed trust company in Singapore, providing trustee and fiduciary services to corporations, funds and individuals, and (iii) Watiga Asia, a professional services firm in Singapore providing a range of corporate services throughout Southeast Asia. Between 2006 and 2013 Richards was also an independent director and member of the audit and compensation committees of China Yuchai International Limited, a leading diesel engine manufacturer in China and a NYSE listed company. Richards holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Asian Studies (First Class Honours) from the Australian National University. He is also a qualified arbitrator and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Richards is qualified to practice law in New York, England, Australia and Singapore, and is proficient in Bahasa Indonesian.

Member

Kenneth Stratton

Kenneth Stratton serves on the board of directors of Triterras. He is the CEO of Asia Pacific FI Training Pte. Ltd. in Singapore ("Asia Pacific FI Training"), having served in the position since March 2017 and from March 2013 to March 2015. At Asia Pacific FI Training, Stratton leveraged his experience in fintech to design and deliver training across corporate banking, including strategic sales and account management, product sales, working capital, structured trade and cash management. Prior to his current position, he served as a general manager at the Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi, in Singapore from April 2015 to February 2017. Stratton also served as managing director at DBS Bank Limited in Singapore from October 2010 to February 2013. While at DBS Bank Limited, his fintech solutions helped to double revenue streams from approximately SGD 700 million to approximately SGD 1.5 billion in two years. Altogether, Stratton has over 30 years of experience in the banking and supply chain finance industries, and over 20 years of experience developing fintech solutions. He holds a diploma from Securities Institute of NSW and University of NSW, Sydney, Australia and is conversational in Japanese.

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Martin Jaskel

Martin Jaskel serves on the board of directors of Triterras and has served as Chairman of Netfin Acquisition Corp. since April 2019. Jaskel has over 40 years of experience within financial services encompassing both non-executive director and executive roles. In particular, he has in-depth exposure to capital markets, debt financing, foreign exchange and trade finance. Previously, he held non-executive roles within the fintech sector and was involved in raising capital for investments in both real estate property technology and fintech companies. Jaskel has worked closely with regulators, including the Bank of England, throughout his career and is frequently consulted on issues involving FX, trade finance and strategic development. He began his career in the UK government bond market as a broker with leading firms, most recently as a Partner at W. Greenwell & Co. In June 2005 he joined European American Capital Limited, an FCA authorized and regulated specialized advisory bank as a Senior Advisor and Investment Banker. From January 2015 to January 2017, he served as a Director of N-VIRO International Corporation. Jaskel has been a Non-Executive Director of Spectra Systems Corporation (LON: SPSY) since March 2007 and is the Chair of its Audit and Compensation Committees. He has extensive experience as a Non-Executive Director of both publicly traded and private companies.

Vanessa Slowey

Vanessa Slowey serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Ms. Slowey has over 25 years of multinational experience with proficiency in start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, transformation and digitalization. She was the CEO of Digicel’s Carribean and Latin American branch until 2018 and the CEO of Digicel’s Asia Pacific branch prior to that. She has spent 16 years in roles across various emerging markets, with more than 20 years of total experience in the telecom industry. In her prior role, Slowey was a member of the board of directors of various Digicel subsidiaries in a wide range of jurisdictions and is currently a director of Digicel Cayman Islands. She holds a Diploma in Leadership from the Irish Management Institute, attended Harvard Business School for a Finance for Senior Executives program and is in the process of obtaining a master’s in digital marketing from the Digital Marketing Institute. Slowey is also certified as a Certified Investment Fund Director by the Institute of Banking and has completed the Company Direction Program from the Institute of Directors.

Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Mr. Richards is the founder and managing director of the Watiga group of companies, including: (i) Watiga Legal, a Singapore law firm providing legal advisory services under Singapore, New York, English and Australian law principally for corporate finance, venture capital and private equity transactions; (ii) Watiga Trust, a licensed trust company in Singapore, providing trustee and fiduciary services to corporations, funds and individuals, and (iii) Watiga Asia, a professional services firm in Singapore providing a range of corporate services throughout Southeast Asia. Between 2006 and 2013 Richards was also an independent director and member of the audit and compensation committees of China Yuchai International Limited, a leading diesel engine manufacturer in China and a NYSE listed company. Richards holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Asian Studies (First Class Honours) from the Australian National University. He is also a qualified arbitrator and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Richards is qualified to practice law in New York, England, Australia and Singapore, and is proficient in Bahasa Indonesian.

Vanessa Slowey

Vanessa Slowey serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Ms. Slowey has over 25 years of multinational experience with proficiency in start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, transformation and digitalization. She was the CEO of Digicel’s Carribean and Latin American branch until 2018 and the CEO of Digicel’s Asia Pacific branch prior to that. She has spent 16 years in roles across various emerging markets, with more than 20 years of total experience in the telecom industry. In her prior role, Slowey was a member of the board of directors of various Digicel subsidiaries in a wide range of jurisdictions and is currently a director of Digicel Cayman Islands. She holds a Diploma in Leadership from the Irish Management Institute, attended Harvard Business School for a Finance for Senior Executives program and is in the process of obtaining a master’s in digital marketing from the Digital Marketing Institute. Slowey is also certified as a Certified Investment Fund Director by the Institute of Banking and has completed the Company Direction Program from the Institute of Directors.

Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Mr. Richards is the founder and managing director of the Watiga group of companies, including: (i) Watiga Legal, a Singapore law firm providing legal advisory services under Singapore, New York, English and Australian law principally for corporate finance, venture capital and private equity transactions; (ii) Watiga Trust, a licensed trust company in Singapore, providing trustee and fiduciary services to corporations, funds and individuals, and (iii) Watiga Asia, a professional services firm in Singapore providing a range of corporate services throughout Southeast Asia. Between 2006 and 2013 Richards was also an independent director and member of the audit and compensation committees of China Yuchai International Limited, a leading diesel engine manufacturer in China and a NYSE listed company. Richards holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Asian Studies (First Class Honours) from the Australian National University. He is also a qualified arbitrator and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Richards is qualified to practice law in New York, England, Australia and Singapore, and is proficient in Bahasa Indonesian.

Kenneth Stratton

Kenneth Stratton serves on the board of directors of Triterras. He is the CEO of Asia Pacific FI Training Pte. Ltd. in Singapore ("Asia Pacific FI Training"), having served in the position since March 2017 and from March 2013 to March 2015. At Asia Pacific FI Training, Stratton leveraged his experience in fintech to design and deliver training across corporate banking, including strategic sales and account management, product sales, working capital, structured trade and cash management. Prior to his current position, he served as a general manager at the Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi, in Singapore from April 2015 to February 2017. Stratton also served as managing director at DBS Bank Limited in Singapore from October 2010 to February 2013. While at DBS Bank Limited, his fintech solutions helped to double revenue streams from approximately SGD 700 million to approximately SGD 1.5 billion in two years. Altogether, Stratton has over 30 years of experience in the banking and supply chain finance industries, and over 20 years of experience developing fintech solutions. He holds a diploma from Securities Institute of NSW and University of NSW, Sydney, Australia and is conversational in Japanese.

Martin Jaskel

Martin Jaskel serves on the board of directors of Triterras and has served as Chairman of Netfin Acquisition Corp. since April 2019. Jaskel has over 40 years of experience within financial services encompassing both non-executive director and executive roles. In particular, he has in-depth exposure to capital markets, debt financing, foreign exchange and trade finance. Previously, he held non-executive roles within the fintech sector and was involved in raising capital for investments in both real estate property technology and fintech companies. Jaskel has worked closely with regulators, including the Bank of England, throughout his career and is frequently consulted on issues involving FX, trade finance and strategic development. He began his career in the UK government bond market as a broker with leading firms, most recently as a Partner at W. Greenwell & Co. In June 2005 he joined European American Capital Limited, an FCA authorized and regulated specialized advisory bank as a Senior Advisor and Investment Banker. From January 2015 to January 2017, he served as a Director of N-VIRO International Corporation. Jaskel has been a Non-Executive Director of Spectra Systems Corporation (LON: SPSY) since March 2007 and is the Chair of its Audit and Compensation Committees. He has extensive experience as a Non-Executive Director of both publicly traded and private companies.

Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards serves on the board of directors of Triterras. Mr. Richards is the founder and managing director of the Watiga group of companies, including: (i) Watiga Legal, a Singapore law firm providing legal advisory services under Singapore, New York, English and Australian law principally for corporate finance, venture capital and private equity transactions; (ii) Watiga Trust, a licensed trust company in Singapore, providing trustee and fiduciary services to corporations, funds and individuals, and (iii) Watiga Asia, a professional services firm in Singapore providing a range of corporate services throughout Southeast Asia. Between 2006 and 2013 Richards was also an independent director and member of the audit and compensation committees of China Yuchai International Limited, a leading diesel engine manufacturer in China and a NYSE listed company. Richards holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Asian Studies (First Class Honours) from the Australian National University. He is also a qualified arbitrator and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Richards is qualified to practice law in New York, England, Australia and Singapore, and is proficient in Bahasa Indonesian.

Kenneth Stratton

Kenneth Stratton serves on the board of directors of Triterras. He is the CEO of Asia Pacific FI Training Pte. Ltd. in Singapore ("Asia Pacific FI Training"), having served in the position since March 2017 and from March 2013 to March 2015. At Asia Pacific FI Training, Stratton leveraged his experience in fintech to design and deliver training across corporate banking, including strategic sales and account management, product sales, working capital, structured trade and cash management. Prior to his current position, he served as a general manager at the Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi, in Singapore from April 2015 to February 2017. Stratton also served as managing director at DBS Bank Limited in Singapore from October 2010 to February 2013. While at DBS Bank Limited, his fintech solutions helped to double revenue streams from approximately SGD 700 million to approximately SGD 1.5 billion in two years. Altogether, Stratton has over 30 years of experience in the banking and supply chain finance industries, and over 20 years of experience developing fintech solutions. He holds a diploma from Securities Institute of NSW and University of NSW, Sydney, Australia and is conversational in Japanese.