Who We Are
Tattarang is one of Australia’s largest private investment groups and is owned by the Forrest family.
Our investment portfolio spans across agri-food, energy, resources, property, hospitality, and sport.
The group is made up of six business divisions: Fiveight, Harvest Road, SFM Marine, Squadron Energy, Wyloo Metals and Z1Z.
We believe in investing for growth and pursue opportunities in both the listed and unlisted space with a long term investment horizon.
Be vulnerable, take risks to trust others.
Courage and Determination
NEGU – we never ever give up.
Go to your leader for advice, not permission.
Be the most positive person in the room.
Support each other, always be kind.
Think of ways we can do things better, faster, cheaper, safer.
Always be on the lookout for breakthroughs.
Do what you say you’re going to do.
The group’s name and logo pays tribute to a fiery stallion of the same name that was cherished at the Forrest family’s Minderoo Station in the 1950s.
It signifies the unique bond of trust that is formed between a rider and their horse and the seriousness with which each party invests in caring for and protecting the other.
Dr Andrew Forrest AO is Chairman of Fortescue Metals Group, a global leader in the iron ore industry, which he founded in 2003. Tattarang holds a 36 per cent shareholding in Fortescue Metals Group.
Dr Forrest is Chairman of Minderoo Foundation and Nicola Forrest AO is the Co-chair.
“If we combine ethical business practices with macro philanthropy, we create an overwhelmingly powerful force for common good.”
– Andrew Forrest
We are agile in the way we work and pride ourselves on robust thinking and quick decision making. Our team is constantly looking for opportunities to challenge norms within an industry sector.
Swoop is an independent Australian-owned telecommunication company focussed on delivering effortless, fast and reliable fixed wireless internet services to small and medium sized businesses. Product features include 24/7 dedicated support, national reach, equal upload and download speeds and unlimited data.
Invex Therapeutics a biopharmaceutical company focused on repurposing the use of Exenatide for efficacious treatment of neurological conditions derived from or involving raising intercranial pressure, such as idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). There are currently no approved or efficacious treatments available for IIH patients. Invex Therapeutics listed on the ASX in July 2019.
Tattarang aims to deliver strong financial returns to support the work of Minderoo Foundation.
Minderoo Foundation is a modern philanthropic organisation that takes on tough, persistent issues with the potential to drive massive change. It incubates ideas and accelerates impact.
Minderoo Foundation is independent, forward thinking and seeks effective, scalable solutions. It is proudly Australian, and one of Asia’s largest philanthropic organisations.
Tattarang acknowledges the origins and purpose of Australia’s 2018 Modern Slavery Act and is strongly supportive of the role we must play in ending modern slavery in all of its forms.
We are committed to achieving the important objectives we set for ourselves in establishing an effective and robust modern slavery program at Tattarang and we are proud to join the Australian and business community in making significant commitments in this first wave of modern slavery reports.
The Tattarang Code of Conduct is a set of guiding principles aligned to our Values and culture, and is a way we put our Values into practice. Our Code provides advice and guidance on how to conduct business ethically and in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies.
Our Values of Empowerment and Courage and Determination mean we can all speak up if we think something isn’t right or needs a second opinion.
The Code applies to all those who contribute to the goals of the organisation, including employees, contractors, consultants, board members, volunteers, and temporary or casual workers to ensure the highest possible standards of respectful and ethical business conduct.