BSc. (Econ), London School of Economics. A former senior partner with Glencore International AG and its predecessors, Mr. Mehra has more than 30 years experience in minerals, commodities marketing, resource development and project finance. He is currently CEO of Astor Management AG, and MRI Advisory AG of Zug, Switzerland.
HBSc. Geological Sciences, Queen’s University. Mr. Keough began his career in Africa with Anglo American Corporation and De Beers, and has more than 35 years diverse business experience. He couples a technical background and international experience with expertise in project and public company management, finance and capital markets, communications, and business development.
With more than 35 years in the sector, Mr. Greig is among the most experienced geologists in B.C., having worked on projects such as Brucejack Lake (Pretivm), Red Mountain (Lac Minerals, IDM), Silbak Premier (Westmin, Ascot), IKE (HDI-Amarc), and abroad on projects such as La India in Mexico (Grayd, Agnico Eagle) and Bisha in Eritrea (Nevsun).
Mr. Pallot studied at Simon Fraser University prior to serving with Telus Corp. for 30 years. He has more than 20 years of involvement with public companies as a director and/or in senior executive capacities with such companies as Statesman Resources, Messina Minerals, Windarra Minerals (acquired by Wesdome Gold), Westward Exploration, and Redmile Capital (now Orla Exploration). He presently serves as an independent director of Klondike Gold Corp.
M.Eng, P.Eng; CPA, CMA; B.Eng., University of Toronto; M.Eng., McMaster University. Mr. Singh is a Professional Engineer and a Chartered Professional Accountant. He has 17 years of experience in the minerals sector and presently serves as President and CEO of Discovery Metals Corp. Prior to joining Discovery Metals, Mr. Singh was VP of Engineering, Projects & Business Development at Timmins Gold Corp; VP and Mining Equity Research Analyst at Macquarie Capital Markets; and worked in various senior engineering roles at Inco Limited and Vale Limited.