Our People

Scott Tyne

Scott is the founder of IMCO and holds an Honours degree in Law.  He is also strongly mathematical, having worked in the debt capital markets before specialising in tax-structured finance at Mallesons Stephen Jaques.  As a lawyer Scott specialised in domestic and cross-border tax-structured asset finance transactions.  After two years as a lawyer, Scott co-founded a boutique financial services firm and started businesses in Sydney and London.  Those enterprises were highly successful, concluding more than USD $3 billion of tax-structured asset (State of Western Australia) and capital market (Abbey National, ABN Amro, Merrill Lynch and Royal Bank of Scotland) transactions.  Whilst living in London, Scott met Mark Barge and together they developed the mathematics underlying Index Mortgage.  Scott is IMCO’s subject matter expert and is responsible for product development and pricing.

Cathy Lyall

A 30+ year career in capital markets as a derivatives trader, exchange executive, board member and market infrastructure specialist has seen Cathryn hold MD and C-Suite positions at Colonial State Bank, Chicago Board of Trade, CME Group, Nasdaq NLX and London Stock Exchange Curve Global, as well as serving as a non-executive director of Deutsche Bank UK.  She has been listed in Australian Business Top 30 under 30 (1999), Qantas Australian of the Year UK (2010), Cranfield FTSE Index 100 Women to Watch (2012), Financial News 100 Most Influential Women (2012 & 2013), Brummell Most Influential Women in the City (UK) (2017) and Innovate Finance’s Top 100 Women in Fintech and Top 30 Angel Investors (2018).  Known for her deep industry knowledge, positive energy and extensive network, Cathryn is responsible for expanding and maintaining IMCO’s institutional relationships.

Mark Barge

Mark is a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and a specialist in financial engineering and derivatives.  He designed the first Guaranteed Equity Bond launched by a UK insurance company.  This resulted in NatWest Markets recruiting Mark to establish its structured finance division.  In 1995 that division closed the two largest structured product transactions undertaken by the bank.  In 1996, Mark left NatWest to establish his own financial engineering and consultancy business.  Now retired, Mark consults to IMCO as required.