Linden Toll

  • CEO
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • LLB

Founder of Apricity Finance, Linden brings more than 25 years working across the finance industry. His experience covers distribution, capital raising, product development and investment reviews, responsible manager and board level roles. He brings wide networks and significant experience in marketing at retail, intermediary and institutional levels.

He commenced his career on the Sydney Futures Exchange as a pit trader and later as a broker. He then worked internationally for a number of years in Singapore, where he ran Sanwa Futures with more than 30 employees. In 2003, Linden made the transition into property funds management, where he held Head of Distribution roles in a number of firms including Multiplex Capital and Landmark White.

Linden is a Board Member and Responsible Manager for a number of Funds Management and other financial services firms.

Father to five, Linden loves living in the picturesque NSW Southern Highlands. He has been an active member of a number of local groups, including currently serving as a board member of the Bowral Golf Club.

What are three career lessons you’ve learned thus far?
1. To always be patient.
2. Perseverance is very important – never give up on your goals!
3. I’ve learnt that you can only make things happen yourself – you can’t and shouldn’t expect others to do it for you.
What are you most proud of?
I am very proud of my family. I have a beautiful hard-working wife and five amazing children, all of whom I am incredibly proud.
What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?
I couldn’t live without tea – I have about ten cups a day.
What was the best concert you ever attended?
The best concert I’ve ever attended was the Highwaymen – Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings – four legends that came together to help a friend. I saw them in 1991 and loved it! That would be very closely followed by my first U2 concert, the Unforgettable Fire Tour in 1984.
What is the most important thing you have learned in the past five years?
The most important thing I’ve learned is to believe in what you set out to do. I think it’s important to listen and take on others’ advice in order to help achieve the results you’re after but to ensure you don’t allow them to alter the final goal.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
I hate Sydney traffic!
When are you happiest?
I am happiest when I am with my family celebrating the little things in life.


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