Alan Ferry has over 25 years of experience in the investment industry following a career as a geologist, mainly in uranium exploration. He has significant experience in mining analysis, mineral economics and corporate finance. His professional memberships include the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts, the Chartered Financial Analysts Institute, the Prospectors and Developers Association and the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. In addition, he is a past president of the Mineral Resource Analysts Group of Toronto. Alan sits on the boards of directors of several publicly traded mining and exploration companies, notably as Lead Director of Guyana Goldfields Inc. and Chairman of Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
M.Sc. (Geology & Mining Engineering) & Ph.D. (Economic Geology)
Dr. Stefan is a founder of Macusani Yellowcake and has served as its Managing Director in Peru since October 2007 when the Company went public. He is also the founder of the Colibri Group of Companies, a mineral service company based in Lima, Peru. Dr. Stefan previously worked at Gold Fields of South Africa and JCI (Pty) Ltd. with recent years spent mainly on South American projects. He has been involved in basic and specialized research in uranium metallurgical, recovery and enrichment programs at various gold-uranium mines along the Witwatersrand Basin in South Africa and Namibia.
B.Sc., Mining Engineering
A senior mining executive with broad-based experience in production, engineering, reorganization and training, contracting, exploration and corporate affairs, Peter has a long track record in the mining industry in South Africa, Canada, Australia and Ghana. He has provided consulting engineering to projects in Canada, USA, Cuba, Columbia, Venezuela, Mexico, Chile, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Australia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia and France.
Peter was the General Superintendent, Mine Manager, of Beaver Lodge Uranium Mine 1978 -1981, a mine that produced 4,000,000 lbs of uranium and belonged to Eldorado Nuclear, a government-owned agency which was later privatized and became Cameco Uranium, currently the largest producer of uranium in the world. During Peter's tenure the mine was modernized and mechanized. The digital equipment used world-wide to monitor uranium and radiation by-products was designed by the Canadian Government laboratories and tested at the mine during this period. As a consultant, Peter spent two years on a project exploring ways to handle and store the hot radiometric waste produced from Canada's Candu nuclear reactors.
B.Sc. (Mining Engineering)
Jean-Pierre has over 30 years of experience in the mining and construction industries. From July 2006 to January 2009, Mr. Chauvin has served as Chief Operating Officer of Globestar Mining Corp. and was promoted to President in October 2006. Prior to March 2006, he was President, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Patricia Mining Corporation, having assumed these positions in 2004. Since 2001, Mr. Chauvin has also acted as President and Senior Consultant of Chauvin Engineering Ltd., based in Oakville, Ontario. This company consults in the mining industry focusing on operational reviews and feasibility studies. Prior to 2001, he has served as a Director of Battle Mountain Canada Ltd., Crown Butte Resources Ltd., the Mining Association of Canada and the Ontario Mining Association. Mr. Chauvin has also served as General Manager of Canadian Operations for Battle Mountain Gold Co. Mr. Chauvin is an engineer holding a B.Sc. in Mining Engineering from Queen's University.
Philip is VP Business Development at Pinetree Capital. Prior to joining Pinetree, Philip worked for several institutional brokerage firms in the equity research department. Most recently, he was a uranium analyst focused on companies with advanced development projects in Australia, the United States and Namibia.
Robert Boaz has 18 years in the investment business after a distinguished career in the power and natural gas industry working in management positions for Ontario Hydro, Saskatchewan Power and Consumers Gas. More recently, Robert Boaz was Managing Director of Investment Banking with Raymond James Ltd. in Toronto. In this capacity, he was primarily responsible for the financing of mining, real estate, and special situations companies and (mergers and acquisitions for) business in these sectors.
Mr. Keay has spent the last 10 years in leadership, management and operational roles in both the public and private sectors. Over the past seven years, Mr. Keay has specialised in the structuring, financing, and marketing of numerous early stage companies. During this time he has raised approximately $250 million through his extensive, worldwide network, and has developed a specialty in corporate restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions of key projects for the companies he has become associated with. Mr. Keay is a graduate of the University of BC where he focused on science and commerce. Mr. Keay is currently the President/CEO and director of Revolution Resources, and serves as the Chairman of the Board for Inform Resources and Inform Exploration, while also serving as a director of Full Metal Zinc. Prior to his current involvements, Aaron was a founder, director and President of Minaurum Gold, director of Terrace Energy, and an advisory and founder of UNX Energy.
Dr. Alan Clark
Advisory Board Member
Dr. Alan Clark, professor at Queens University, 1977 to present. Dr. Clark has been an advisor to Barrick Gold, Rio Tinto, Rio Algom, Inmet Mining and Noranda, amongst others. He has published 145 articles in recognized journals and presented papers at professional conferences around the world.
Dr. David Robertson
Advisory Board Member
Founded David S. Robertson and Associates as consulting geologists and mining engineers to, amongst others, Ken Addison, Northgate, Occidental Petroleum, Noranda, Phelps Dodge, Mobil Oil, and Inco. He was formerly Chairman of Meridian Gold and Ashton Mining, and formerly a board member of Placer Dome.