Our Team
With cybersecurity technical expertise at our core we are able to find good ideas with the potential to become tomorrow’s great solutions.
At 5i Capital we marry the technical with the commercial; the vision with the business.  We apply the combined expertise and experience of our multi-disciplinary team to each investment at each stage – from due diligence, to the investment decision, to guiding, mentoring, nurturing each investment to be market-ready on a local, regional or global level.


Trevor Chudleigh

CEO & Co-founder


Trevor is a 30 year veteran of the investment management industry in Asia Pacific. His long engagement with Asia includes leadership roles and P/L responsibilities for significant organisations including Vanguard Group, Temasek's Fullerton Fund Management and the NatWest Group.
As well as being a private equity investor in fintech, Trevor is an investment partner with venture philanthropy organisation Social Venture Partners Melbourne ("SVP"). SVP applies the venture capital model in a philanthropic setting and through SVP Trevor has enabled a number of small, outstanding non-profits to grow, scale and exponentially increase their impact.


Catherina Toh

COO & Co-founder


Catherina has over 25 years’ experience as a financial services lawyer and consultant in Australia and Asia. She has worked for and advised major banks, global and sovereign fund managers and private equity & venture capital fund managers and investors. She is board director for significant entities in the government, social enterprise & social services sectors.
Catherina was a founding partner and inaugural Chair of venture philanthropy organisation, Social Venture Partners Melbourne, the first Australian chapter of the global Social Venture Partners ("SVP") network. Through SVP she introduced the venture capital in philosophy concept to Melbourne.


Michael Fieldhouse

Principal - Investments


Michael is a cybersecurity strategy and change management specialist. He holds senior appointments across a number of sectors including for DXC Technology, as Adjunct Professor, Cybersecurity for La Trobe University and advisor to Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal. He has worked pro bono for Quantum Victoria to develop cybersecurity education programs for primary and secondary students.
In 2014 Michael launched the Dandelion Program, an initiative to build skills and careers for people on the autism spectrum in cyber security, data analytics and software testing. Today the Dandelion Program in partnership with ANZ Bank, SAP, National Australia Bank and the Australian Government Departments of Human Services, Defence and Home Affairs employ over 100 people on the autism spectrum and has research partnerships with Cornell University and
La Trobe University.