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ASX Director and experienced executive appointed to Settle Easy board


We’ve made some recent changes to the composition of our board and are so pleased to announce that senior corporate executive Earl Eddings will join us as a Director, effective from 1 February 2023.

He currently works as Riskcom Group’s Managing Director, and over time has significantly improved the value of several ASX listed companies. For many years, Earl served as a senior cricket administrator at a state, national and international level and is well-respected globally across a myriad of industries.

In 2005, he was recognised for his entrepreneurial skills and commercial judgement when BRW listed his business as a top 25 Start up and top 100 Fastest growing company.

Most recently Earl has been Non-Executive Director of ASX Listed Technology company, MSL which has increased market capitalisation by over $100M in the past 3 years.

He has extensive international and cross-sector experience as an executive and board director, and a record of successfully starting, growing, merging and transforming businesses in a number of industry sectors. We look forward to growing our business fast with Earl’s strategic nous and realising our vision of owning 30% or more of the lucrative $1.5B Australian conveyancing market.

Quotes attributable to Settle Easy CEO, Sam Almaliki

‘I have known Earl since working closely with him at Cricket Australia and have had the pleasure of witnessing his many talents in action. He is a gun in the boardroom and connects with the people doing the hard yards. Our board is delighted to welcome Earl to Settle Easy as we seize the moment and embark on a period of rapid expansion.’


Media contact: Beth Oleyar 0401 371 759 |

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