Andrew Silberberg, Executive Director

Andrew Silberberg joined Hydrus Technology in 2016. An experienced lawyer and strategist of over twenty years standing, Andrew previously spent eight years, from 2008 to 2015,as a partner and head of corporate in the Sydney office of a leading Australian law firm. Andrew has been involved in cross-border transactions across several industries and was instrumental in structuring and negotiating the Hydrus strategic alliance with Caterpillar. Currently based in Sydney, Australia, Andrew has worked in the United Kingdom and Switzerland and is an alumnus of the London School of Economics and Harvard Business School. Andrew has been a member of the Hydrus Technology board since 2015.

Bruce Fink OAM

Bruce Fink achieved a Bachelor of Business (Banking & Finance) in 1985. His career spans 25 years across the entertainment industry, including cinema as well as television production. He is Chairman of the Bickham Court Group (BCG) of Companies. BCG has a controlling interest in Executive Channel Holdings (ECH), the parent company of the Executive Channel Network’s European operations (ECN). The sale of ECN’s Australian operations was successfully completed in 2016. ECN has operations in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Belgium and Holland. Bruce currently serves on the Board of the Children’s Medical Research Institute as well as several of its sub-committees. Mr Fink is also a Director of the Moriah College Foundation and a member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s Chairman’s Council.
Mr Fink was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2018 for service to the community through charitable organizations.

Dan Chandra

Dan Chandra joined the board in October 2018. Dan is currently a senior investment professional at Lion Point Capital, a value-focused investment fund based in New York City. He has over sixteen years of investing experience across a range of industries and in equity, credit, and distressed debt.

Dan previously worked as a senior analyst and portfolio manager at DW Partners and at DW predecessor Brevan Howard. Dan received an AB in Economics from Stanford University and a Master in Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.