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Our Strategic Positioning
Imperial Pacific is a strategic investor with emphasis on the financial services sector. It provides productive management input to related parties in which it has a strategic equity interest.
Imperial Pacific has low cost, but effective, in-house management which draws upon a wide range of known experts and advisors as situations dictate.
Imperial Pacific's subsidiary Imperial Pacific Asset Management manages through its AFS licence, the portfolio of London City Equities. This fund management area is being viewed as an important area of growth.

Imperial Pacific is presently working towards creating an activist investment fund to hold investments in underperforming companies and initiate change.

Our History
1936 - Founded as clay pipe manufacturers in Belmont, Newcastle, Australia by the New Zealand Murphy family.
1954 - Floated on stockmarket.
1979 / 1980 - Ceased manufacturing and changed business to strategic investment.
1982/83 - Acquired and sold 15% of Dickson & Johnston.
1986 - Created London City Equities Limited.
1987/88 - Acquired and sold 18% of JC Ludowici. Record Profit.
1990/96 - Restructured Camelot Resources as an active gold miner ultimately selling holding while retaining Camden development properties.
1999-2004 - Camden properties enhanced and sold for a serious gain.

2005 - AFSL Licence granted and London City shareholders agree management terms. Active successful involvement with London City turn-around of CCI Holdings Limited. Sale to major French international group. Record profit.
2008 - 2016 - Investment and exits of MainstreamBDO and Tasmania Mines.
Involvement with Penrice Soda in initial investment but developing legal action against that company and its auditors, Ernst & Young.
2017 - 2021 - Legal action with London City against Ernst & Young accelerates. London City starts investing in Excelsior Capital. Confidential settlement occurs with Ernst & Young in late 2021.
2022 - London City's Fiducian investment built to 7% ownership and over 10% ownership of Excelsior Capital gained. Both investments report very good results.
2023 - Imperial increases shareholding in London City to 40%. London City's equity holdings of 7% of Fiducian and 12% of Excelsior enhanced by very good results and higher dividends..

Our Directors
Peter E.J. Murray - Chairman of Directors
Special Responsibility: Chief Executive Officer
Chartered Accountant, Bachelor of Arts, Affilitate meber SIAA.
For over 30 years Mr Murray has been a senior executive in merchant banking and stockbroking at Director level. Experienced in corporate financial advice, mergers, fund raisings and general management. Director of London City Equities since 1987. Chairman and Director of Camelot Resources NL until July 1996 Chairman of CCI Holdings between 2004 and 2007.

David Butel - Non Executive Director
Special Responsibility: Member of Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee
Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science, Diploma of Business Std, Diploma of Education
Mr Butel has had over 30 years of active executive involvement at senior levels in the Australian resources and services sector. In recent years his participation has been through ACIRL, CCI Holdings Limited and the international Bureau Veritas organisation as Senior Vice President Commodities Pacific Zone. Director of London City Equities.

Louis Joseph - Non Executive Director
Special Responsibility: Company Secretary and Chair of Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee.
Bachelor of Commerce.
Mr Joseph has been involved directly in businesses in both the commercial sector and in the securities industry. His experience has been developed within Australia and in overseas locations, including Asia. His expertise includes small business management, financial markets and securities analysis.