Mr Downey is admitted as a barrister and solicitor in Western Australia and has practiced as a corporate and commercial lawyer for over 20 years. He advises a wide range of public and private companies as well as high net work individuals in relation to commercial and corporate transactions. Mr Downey has been a Director of many public listed and private companies and has significant experience as a Director. He has particular experience in relation to day-to-day listing rule compliance, disclosure and governance issues.
Mr. Flis has double and postgraduate degrees in geology and geophysics. He has in excess of 35 years’ experience in multicommodity exploration, including considerable stints in gold exploration in classic Archaean Eastern Goldfields setting, sedimentary hosted gold in the WA Proterozoic, VMS-related gold in Indonesia and Greece, and alluvial gold in NZ.
Marcus has held the position of Exploration Manager in both large and small listed companies, including Rio Tinto, Iron Ore Company of Canada, and Royal Resources, the last of which he also held the position of MD/CEO.
Mr O’Kane is an experienced mineral industry executive and company Director with 25 years’ experience in the mining, commodities and automotive sectors. He has held senior leadership roles in Australia, the USA and Asia, in both developed and emerging markets. He has served on the board and as an executive of mining companies in Canada, Hong Kong and Australia, and is currently the Managing Director of Comet Resources Limited, Non-Executive Director of Pursuit Minerals Ltd and Non-Executive Director of Azarga Uranium Corporation. During his career he has worked with company’s involved in production, exploration and development.
Mr Achurch provides company secretarial, corporate advisory and general consulting services to a number of ASX listed clients.
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