Investor Insight, powered by Cannings Purple, is a multi-channel investor relations platform providing investors and media access to and insight into some of Australia’s most exciting listed and non-listed companies – across the mining, critical minerals, energy, technology and agribusiness sectors.
Our team of communications professionals, including several award-winning business journalists, has established an industry leading reputation for delivering strategic content that cuts through the white noise and reaches its target investor and media audience.
For us, it is not about investor relations or media relations – we focus on providing high-quality, strategic communications that can deliver the best relations to investors and media – large and small, mainstream and trade, institutional and retail, print and digital.
With unrivalled knowledge of, and access to, local and national media, broker firms and corporate advisors, high net worth investors, fund managers and family offices as well as retail investors across Australia, we partner with companies to help them find their voice in today’s highly competitive capital marketplace.
Deliberately strategic, clearly focused and on point with the corporate narrative, we put your message in front of the people that should be interested in your business.
Who we are
Director, Investor Relations
Peter spent more than 20 years as a journalist working for daily newspapers including the Kalgoorlie Miner, Australian Financial Review, The Times in London and, most recently, The West Australian, where he was the long-serving business editor and editor of thewest.com.au/business. Peter has extensive media experience across all business sectors and well-developed media relationships throughout Australia.
As Director of Investor Relations, Peter has established a proven track record of devising communication strategies and writing high-quality reports, thought leadership pieces and mission/values statements.
Since joining Cannings Purple, Peter has devised communications strategies for more than $4 billion worth of corporate transactions involving ASX-listed companies.
Peter holds a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Journalism and Politics, and a Masters of Business Administration, both from Curtin University of Technology.
Peter has more than 25 years’ experience in journalism and corporate affairs, having worked for daily newspapers including the Australian Financial Review and The West Australian before joining major corporations including Mirvac Group, Woodside Petroleum, Chevron Australia and BHP in strategic communications roles. Peter has senior consulting experience, leading investor relations and communication strategies across multiple sectors, including during major capital raisings and IPOs. As Associate Director, Peter leads client engagement alongside devising and executing engagement strategies across the media, capital markets, government and community stakeholder sectors.
Peter has a Bachelor of Physical Education, a Diploma of Education and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Australia.
State Director, Queensland
Peta has more than two decades’ experience in investor relations. Past roles have included working in-house for Mount Isa Mines, Alcoa and, based in Africa, as investor relations manager for AngloGold Ashanti during its company-changing acquisition of Ashanti Goldfields. Prior to joining Cannings Purple, Peta was part of the Biosecurity Queensland team responsible for the planning and execution of the biggest biosecurity emergency preparedness exercise undertaken in Australia in the past 10 years.
As State Director based in Brisbane, Peta drives the growth of Cannings Purple’s client base in Queensland across investor, media and government relations and crisis communications.
Peta holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours, majoring in politics and economics, from James Cook University and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard University.
Fraser began his career working as a journalist at Business News, where he covered various rounds including mining and energy, property, government, agribusiness, small business and technology.
As Senior Consultant, Fraser acts as the primary contact for several of our clients and assists the Investor Relations team with media and investor opportunities, collateral updates, conference material and preparations and the growth of our Investor Insight platform.
Fraser holds a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in broadcast journalism, from Edith Cowan University.
Gerard has worked as a journalist at both the Australian Mining Review and the Australian Oil and Gas Review, where he covered resources and energy sectors as well as automation and technology. Prior to joining the Australian Mining Review, Gerard was a copy editor for Architect, the publication of the Australian Institute of Architects.
As Consultant, Gerard assists with Cannings Purple’s Investor Relations team with client engagement and media and investor opportunities, including content writing. He is responsible for our Investor Insight platform.
Gerard holds a Bachelor of Arts, with a double major in politics/international studies and philosophy, from Murdoch University and a Master of Media and Communications from Curtin University of Technology.
Brigitte has broad experience writing for the resource and financial sectors, and working with local small businesses on market research, digital content creation and social media management.
As Associate Consultant, Brigitte is responsible for delivering Cannings Purple’s industry leading IntelEcho media intelligence service to our listed and unlisted clients. In addition, Brigitte supports the activities of the Investor Relations team with drafting and reviewing content and collateral and distributing client ASX and media announcements to our network of investors, media and stakeholders.
Brigitte holds Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Accounting and a Bachelor of Arts majoring Professional Writing and Publishing from Curtin University, and has previous study background in Applied Geology from both the University of Western Australia and the WA School of Mines.