SUPPLY chain and industrial property specialist TM Insight has announced the appointment of Jeff Askew as its new chief financial officer.

Mr Askew was previously deputy CFO at Dentsu Aegis Network.

TM Insight chief executive Travis Erridge said he was delighted Jeff Askew had joined the company’s senior leadership team.

“Our business has seen rapid growth since inception and in the last year we’ve been on an incredible journey to scale up the business, which Jeff will be invaluable in supporting,” Mr Erridge said.


“Jeff’s expertise in change leadership, commercial strategy and operational efficiency models will ensure our expansion across the Asia-Pacific region leads to significant uplift in business performance.”

Mr Askew, who will be based in Melbourne, has more than two decades of finance experience, having held senior management positions at PWC, National Australia Bank and Dentsu Aegis Network.

He was recently deputy CFO at Dentsu Aegis Network, where he was the divisional CFO for Australian.

Jeff Askew is taking on a new role in Melbourne. Credit: TM Insight

During this time, he led the strategic organisational and structural review of the business.

“I’m excited to join TM Insight at a time where investment in supply chain networks has never been more important,” Mr Askew said.

“I look forward to bringing my diverse finance expertise to TM Insight to support its current opportunities and shape its future commercial success.”

Mr Askew’s appointment follows several recent senior hires, including Marcus Carmont, the new executive director of business development and the appointment of the senior leadership team in Asia made up of James Christopher, president, Holger Schaurig, executive vice president of supply chain and Kenneth Tan, director of business development.