Alan Broome, AM (I.Eng, F AusIMM, FAICD, FICME, MInstD (NZ)) is a metallurgist with over 40 years' experience in mining and metals. A well-known figure in the Australian mining industry,
Alan has extensive board experience, both as a director and chairman of a number of listed and unlisted mining and mining technology companies.
Alan commenced his career in the Port Kembla Steelworks before joining the Australian Coal Industry Research Laboratories, which he ran for over a decade. Over the past 20 years, Alan has had in-depth experience in coal mining, mining technology, equipment, services and research sectors internationally.
John Peters FCPA, FFINSIA, is a CEO with over 30 years corporate finance experience at senior levels, whose expertise crosses a number of industries including natural resources. John is experienced in publicly listed companies on the AIM and ASX stock markets and was the CEO of Ebony Iron Pty Ltd, which negotiated the acquisition of the rights to the Cobre magnetite stockpile.
From his experience managing over £7bn for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, he understands capital raisings, mergers and acquisitions and how they are perceived by professional investors. He is experienced in acquisition strategies, mining project evaluation, commercial arrangements, statutory and management reporting and compliance and governance obligations of public companies.
Peter Wale holds a BA in Business Economics and Accounting from the University of Reading, UK. He has over 20 years of diverse investing experience across developed and emerging markets.
Peter worked in equities trading for both Japanese and American investment firms, including Fidelity Investments, where he was a Pan-European small and mid-cap equities trader. Prior to joining the Company’s Board, he was a partner and senior equities trader at a global hedge fund, Habrok Capital LLP.
Peter remains an active investor and has regular contact with companies as well as an extensive network of investor contacts. He is based in London, chairs the Company’s Audit Committee and is well aligned with our AIM listing, advisors and investor base.
Jeffrey Harrison (Member of the Institute of Directors and a Fellow AusIMM) is a highly experienced mining engineer with over 40 years’ experience in mining and minerals processing globally. As such, he brings to the Board a set of skills associated with practical mining operations which is desirous given the stage of development of a number of the Company’s projects.
Amongst his many accomplishments, Jeff was instrumental in establishing Wolf Minerals’ Hemerdon Mine, the first new metal mine in the UK in 45 years and was involved with the Company prior to his Board appointment through consulting on the Redmoor project.
Jeff chairs the Company’s Safety Committee.
Chief Financial Officer
Julien McInally holds a CPA and MBA and is a CFO/Company Secretary having over 15 years of resource industry experience with public listed companies on the TSX, AIM and ASX stock exchanges.
Julien has expertise in capital raising, mergers and acquisitions, mining project evaluation, strategy, commercial agreements, statutory and management reporting and compliance and governance obligations of publicly listed companies.
He has held a number of senior positions in private exploration companies and has worked for BHP Billiton, Gladstone Pacific Nickel Limited (AIM and TSX: GPN), Robust Resources Ltd (ASX:ROL) and Reliance Resources Limited (TSX:RI).
Project Manager, Australasia
Jon Reynolds BASc (Geol) is a highly respected operations and exploration geologist with over 30 years’ experience. His career has seen him exposed to exploration for, and processing of, a number of minerals including Nickel, Copper, Uranium, Gold and Tin.
During his career, Jon has built up a reputation as a first-class mining business development manager and has successfully project managed a number of exploration programmes and processing operations.
Jon is directly responsible for managing CARE but also provides a monitoring role on the progress of both Leigh Creek Copper Mine and Redmoor.