Title: CFA Leadership Series – Amcom Telecommunications (ASX:AMM) Case Study
Presenter: Clive Stein (former CEO of Amcom)
Date: Tues 22nd January (6pm to 8pm)
Format: Interactive dinner format
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Amcom Telecommunications (ASX:AMM)
Presented by Clive Stein, former CEO of Amcom.
The case study begins in 1999, when Clive joined Amcom, a small cabling business in Perth, that took advantage of the deregulation of the Telecom sector. By 2015, Amcom had generated 1 billion dollars* of value for shareholders, when acquired by Vocus (ASX:VOC) in a highly public corporate battle with telecom giant TPG(ASX:TPM).
Set against the backdrop of growing market capitalisation, this case study rides the highs and lows of the dot-com era and concludes with one of Australia’s most public and strategic M&A deals.
This case study will provide insights into the influence of macromarket conditions on both strategic and operational aspects of the business, as well as learnings about authentic leadership, corporate strategy, mergers & acquisitions and the value of building a relentless sales culture and an empowered workforce.
Clive Stein was the former CEO of Amcom, a top 20 WA listed company from 2007 to 2015.
From 1999 to 2006, Clive was chief Operating Officer of Amcom and instrumental in transforming the small contract cabling business into a national Telco.
In 2014, Amcom was one of only a few ASX listed companies to grow NPAT by over 20% year on year, for 11 consecutive years.
In 2015, Clive was recognised by Australian Financial Review (AFR) as one of the top 10 Australian CEO’s who delivers.
Prior to Amcom, Clive was involved in technology-based companies, both in engineering and managerial positions, in Australia and internationally.
Today, Clive consults through his own consulting practice Capital C Consulting, a firm dedicated to helping executives unlock value through strategic insights, performance levers and people engagement.
* In 2015, Amcom was acquired by Vocus(ASX:VOC) for over $700m. In addition, an in-specie distribution of an investment in internet service provider iiNet (ASX:IIN) delivered a further circa $300m to shareholders.