B.Sc., P. Geo.

Wendell has 30+ years combined experience in capital markets, mining, and mineral exploration and development. He previously served as Director, Research Analyst, Metals and Mining (Canaccord Genuity Inc.), Vice President of Research and Institutional Sales, and President & CEO of a wholly owned US subsidiary (PI Financial Corp.). Most recently, Wendell served as the President and CEO of Exeter Resource Corp. which controlled the Caspiche Au – Cu deposit in Chile. Exeter was successfully purchased by Goldcorp in June 2017.

B.Sc. (Hons), MAusIMM

Alistair is a Geologist with over 25 years of diverse mineral exploration, development and capital market experience. He is one of the founders, and former CEO of GoldQuest Mining Corp., a company focused on generative exploration in the Dominican Republic. More recently Alistair served as a Vice President – Greenfields Exploration for Kinross Gold Corp. with a global mandate to develop new exploration opportunities.

Alistair has an extensive industry network from his international career having lived and worked in Australia, Canada, Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Chile and the Dominican Republic. He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

B.Sc., FAusIMM

Carl is a Geologist with over 30 years of extensive global experience in mineral exploration and resource assessment. He served as a Chief Geologist of Exploration for Normandy Mining from 1989 to 2002, during which time the Company grew from $100 Million to a $4.9 Billion market capitalization. Carl has wide-ranging, global field experience in most commodities and deposit styles for gold, base metals, lithium, uranium, diamonds, coal and graphite.

M.Sc. (Econ.)

Tero is a Co-Founder of Ore Capital Partners Ltd., with over 20 years of experience in regional management roles, entrepreneurial ventures and investments in natural resources. He has lived in Asia since 1994 and holds a Master’s degree in business administration and has also studied law and Mandarin Chinese.

B.Sc., Ph.D.

Stuart is a Geologist with 30 years global experience from project generation through to mine geology. He is a former Technical Director – Strategy & New Projects as well as Specialist – Global Copper for Teck Resources Ltd. He served as a Chief Geologist for the Oxiana-OZ Minerals-MMG group of companies. From 1995-2001, he worked in the heart of the Macquarie Arc and in 1999, he transferred to Northparkes Mines where Stuart developed a detailed understanding of the geology and exploration of Macquarie Arc porphyry systems.


Cecil is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) with over 20 years of global experience in the junior resource and mining industry serving as a director or senior executive of companies listed on the TSX, TSX-V, ASX, AIM and NYSE markets. He is a former CFO of Exeter Resource Corp., until it was acquired by Goldcorp in June 2017 and VP Finance of Extorre Gold Mines Ltd. until it was acquired by Yamana Gold.


B.Sc. (Hons), Ph.D., MAusIMM

Former Chief Scientist with Western Mining Corporation Ltd., then at BHP Minerals and BHP Billiton Minerals he served as Chief Geologist. Through his career, Douglas initiated numerous successful mineral resource initiatives that, either directly or through collaborative effort, resulted in the discovery of large base metal and gold deposits including: Olympic Dam Cu-Au-U-REE, WirrdaWell Cu-Au-U-REE (South Australia), Nifty Cu (Western Australia), Yandan Au (Queensland), Ernest Henry Cu-Au (Queensland), Kamoa Cu (Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Ivanplats Ltd), and gold deposits, particularly Yam 14 within the Yamarna greenstone belt (Western Australia).

B.AppSc, M.Sc., MAusIMM, MAIG

Mark has 30 years experience in the global minerals exploration industry. Mark is the former world-wide head of base metals exploration at BHP Minerals Exploration. He also served as Managing Director of Navaho Gold Limited and was Non Executive Director of Bondi Mining Limited. Mark holds a Masters Degree in Exploration Geology from James Cook University.

B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc., DIC, MAusIMM

Bob has 40 years experience in the global minerals exploration industry. Bob’s successful exploration discovery record includes discovery of the Cannington, Eloise, Watershed and Townsville deposits in Australia. He was Marketing Director and Technical Advisor to the Board of Haoma Mining NL,  a Non-Executive Director of Navaho Gold Limited, and Non Executive Director of Bright Star Resources Limited (formerly Tasman Goldfields Limited). In addition, he held numerous senior management positions in BHP Minerals Exploration. Bob holds a Masters Degree in Exploration Geology from the Royal School of Mines in London.

B.AppSc, M.AppSc, Ph.D., MAusIMM, MAIG

Darryn is a geologist / hydrogeologist with over 25 years experience in minerals exploration. Darren has held positions with BHP Minerals, Freeport McMoran, BP Minerals and Zapopan, and has been involved with the discovery of several gold and uranium deposits in the Northern Territory of Australia. He has worked on gold, copper, base metal, uranium and REE projects in Australia, USA, Namibia, Turkey and PNG. He’s an experienced geochemist who has worked in covered environments, both in Australia and internationally, using a variety of modern deep penetration geochemical techniques. He has a Graduate Diploma in Hydrology from Flinders University, SA, a Masters Degree from University of NSW, and a PhD from the University of Queensland.


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