Board of directors

Ian Ingram
BA, BSc (Econ) (Hons), Barrister at Law

Mr Ingram was the founding Chairman of Beyond International Limited when it was formed in September 1986 and is currently the Non Executive Chairman.

During his tenure, Beyond has emerged as one of the world's leading film and television production, sales and distribution organisations.

Ian Robertson
Non-Executive Director

Ian Robertson is a corporate and media lawyer who heads the media and entertainment practice of national law firm, Holding Redlich. He is also the managing partner of the firm’s Sydney office. He has worked in and for the media and entertainment industries for most of his career, including in the 1980’s as the in-house counsel for David Syme & Co Limited, publisher of the “The Age” newspaper, and as a senior executive of the video, post-production and facilities company, AAV Australia. He became a partner of Holding Redlich in Melbourne in 1990 and established the firm’s Sydney office in 1994.

He is also the president of the board of the Victorian Governement film agency, Film Victoria. His former appointments include Deputy Chair, Screen Australia (2008 - 2013), board member of the Australian Broadcasting Authority, director and chair of Ausfilm, director and deputy chair of Film Australia Limited, and director of the predecessor agency to Film Victoria, Cinemedia.

Mr Robertson is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Anthony Hsien Pin Lee
Non-Executive Director
B.A. Princeton University New Jersey USA,
MBA The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mr Lee is a private investor and a Director of Aberon Pty Limited, his investment company. Prior to moving to Sydney from Hong Kong in 1987, Mr Lee was a corporate finance executive with a leading British merchant bank.

Mikael Borglund
Managing Director and CEO
BBus, CA

A founding director of Beyond International in 1984, Mikael Borglund became Managing Director of the Beyond International Limited Group of companies in 1991 having been responsible for production, international sales and finance.

During an outstanding career in the film and television industry Mikael has executive produced a number of Australian award winning feature films including KISS OR KILL (1996), and LANTANA (2001).

Mikael has been Executive Producer of hundreds of hours of television for broadcasters around the globe. His credits include a host of internationally successful shows including, MYTHBUSTERS, STINGERS, GOOD GUYS/BAD GUYS, HALIFAX FP, MEDIVAC, ATLAS: AUSTRALIA , SOUTH SIDE STORY, DAMAGE CONTROL and the award winning DAY OF THE ROSES.

A highly regarded member of the Australian film and television industry, Mikael was elected to the council of the Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA) in 1994, and appointed to the Board of the Australian Film Institute in 1997 - 2005.