Robert Haigh is Chief Executive Officer of Australian Fine Assets.
As a highly qualified Jewellery specialist and registered valuer, Robert travels extensively managing the jewellery business buying jewels principally for the Australian market and fulfilling specific client briefs. He oversees the buying and selling of jewels at auction and provides market valuations of antique, vintage and modern fine jewellery. He has sourced some exceptional pieces for the Australian market.
Robert has many years of experience in fine jewels and is technically expert, being a Registered Valuer, certified Gemmologist and Advanced Diamond Grader and Diamond Technologist. He is also a qualified auctioneer, and was formerly senior jewellery specialist for an auction house.
Robert maintains close working relationships with members of the Australian and international Jewellery trade and with gemmological laboratories. Clients depend on Robert’s expertise and understanding of the market and he delivers consistently high standards of client service.
Throughout his career Robert has maintained his keen interest in both the technical and historical areas of gemmology and the jewellery market and is a strong advocate of continued study.
Robert is a Fellow of the Gemmological Association of Australia (GAA) and has held the position of Vice President of the Victorian division of the National Council of Jewellery Valuers (NCJV).
Robert was formerly Senior Jewellery Specialist at Leonard Joel Auctions, Melbourne.
Cameron is responsible for all accounting, financial, compliance and strategic matters of Australian Fine Assets.
Cameron is a Chartered Accountant with nearly 30 years experience in all facets of business. Cameron started his career in 1987 with PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was a director of the Business Services Division, specialising in accounting, taxation, corporate compliance and financial and investment matters for small, medium and large companies.
In 1999 Cameron joined an Australian investment company which was floated on the Australian Stock Exchange and grew into one of the top 200 ASX listed companies. Cameron was a director of the company and ultimately became the Chief Executive Officer.
In 2009, Cameron became involved in a number of other business interests, including a premium Margaret River winery, an unlisted finance company and was one of the founding directors and shareholders of Australian Fine Assets Pty Ltd.