Our management team has extensive experience in the mining and finance sectors. We are experts in;
BSc Geo(Hons), MAIG, FGAA
Nicole has more than 25 years in mining & exploration in Australia, Eastern Europe & South America. Her experience spans from grass roots exploration to project evaluation to open cut & underground mining with a commodity focus of gold, copper, nickel, uranium & lithium. Nicole is a Director of The Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG).
Alastair has 25 years experience in the mining and exploration industry, identifying, financing and developing mineral, energy and materials processing projects in Australia, Europe and Africa. Currently an Executive Director of Artemis Resources Limited.
Mark is an experienced geologist who has spent nearly 40 years in Australia exploring for gold, IOCG copper-gold, silver-lead-zinc and uranium. He was involved in the discovery of the White Dam gold deposit in South Australia and the Theseus uranium deposit in WA. His career includes a variety of small, mid-size and large mining companies including Chinova Resources, Toro Energy, Xstrata Copper, Mount Isa Mines and AGIP Australia. Mark is a Fellow of the AusIMM.
B.Sc. Geo, MAIG
Kate Pearce has 10 years’ geological experience; focusing on exploration within the Pine Creek shear zone, The Margaret syncline, the Adelaide Geosyncline and the Gawler Craton. Kate has worked in both junior exploration, large tier mining and government roles with the Geological Survey, Department of Energy and Mining SA.
The Company has adopted the ASX Corporate Governance Council Principles and Recommendations (“ASX Code”) in line with the requirement for AIM-listed companies to adopt and comply with a recognised corporate governance code. A statement of compliance with the ASX Code can be accessed via the link below. This was approved by the Board on 12 October 2021 and will be updated annually.
With effect from 3 July 2016 the UK’s civil market abuse regime was replaced by a new EU-wide regime through the new Market Abuse Regulation (“MAR”). The key regulatory implications from the introduction of MAR is that companies admitted to trading on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange (“AIM”) are now subject to new rules and FCA’s oversight in relation to the:
The Board implemented the necessary procedures to ensure compliance with the new MAR regulatory requirements. These procedures have been integrated into the Board’s standard meeting agenda to ensure ongoing compliance.
Please click on the links below to view our latest Corporate Governance documentation.
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