Mr Zekulich has a broad range of experience covering advice on mergers and acquisitions, arranging and underwriting project financings, privatisations, and debt and equity capital markets. Wayne previously was the Chief Financial Officer of Gindalbie Metals Ltd and prior to that the Chief Development Officer of Oakajee Port and Rail. Wayne holds a Bachelor of Business Degree and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. Mr Zekulich is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee and a member of Remuneration Committee.
Mr Cmrlec holds a Bachelor of Mining Engineering degree with Honours from the University of South Australia. He has more than 20 years experience in corporate and operational management of mining companies. Paul has held a number of operational and planning roles with several companies and was previously the Group Underground Mining Engineer for Harmony Gold Australia and the Group Mining Engineer for Metals X Limited. In addition to operational mining roles, Mr Cmrlec’s experience includes the general management of major feasibility studies for the Wafi Copper-Gold deposit in Papua New Guinea, and the Wingellina Nickel-Cobalt deposit in the Central Musgraves region of Western Australia.
Fiona Van Maanen
Ms Van Maanen is a Certified Practicing Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Degree and a Graduate Diploma in Company Secretarial Practice. Ms Van Maanen has approximately 25 years experience in corporate governance, financial management, and accounting in the mining industry. Ms Van Maanen is the Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee and a member of the Remuneration Committee.
Kevin Maloney is the Chairman and founder of Tulla Resources Group Pty Ltd. He is also Chairman of THEMAC Resources, a Canadian company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Previously, Kevin was the founder and Chairman of The MAC Services, a company that was listed on ASX and grew to become Australia’s largest integrated accommodation group. Kevin has had an extensive career in international and corporate banking, finance and the resources industry. Kevin was part of the senior management team that created Elders Resources Limited in June 1985, after spending 20 years with ANZ. Kevin has been involved with a number of public companies as an executive and a director. He was previously Non‑Executive Chairman of HRL Holdings Ltd, Non‑Executive Director of Queensland Mining and Non‑Executive Chairman of Altona Mining Ltd.
Mark Maloney is the Managing Partner and founder of Tulla Resources Group Pty Ltd. Previously, Mark was Chief Executive Officer of The MAC Services. During Mark’s tenure, The MAC Services became a member of the S&P/ASX 200. Mark also has 15 years’ experience in investment markets, having held senior management positions with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co and Goldman Sachs Group Inc in London and Sydney. Mark graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a Bachelor of Business (Hons) in 1993. Mark is a member of the Advisory Board for the UTS Business School.
Colin McIntyre graduated from the Western Australia School of Mines in 1976 as a Mining Engineer and obtained a First Class Mine Manager’s Certificate of Competency in 1980. Colin worked with WMC as a Mine Manager for 14 years, mainly at Kalgoorlie, Kambalda Nickel and Gold Operations and Hill 50 gold mines in Mount Magnet. He was also Mine Manager at Southern Cross for the Mt Dimer Gold Project, as well as running Mincoa Resources and Mawson Pacific Limited’s gold operations at Marvel Loch. Colin was Principal and part owner of a large mine contracting company called National Mine Management for seven years, which merged with Macmahon Holdings Limited (MAH) in 1995. He was Operations Manager with MAH for four years and specialised in contract mining of open pits, underground mines, crushing and screening. Colin was Chairman of Tectonic Resources Limited and Perilya Limited, and a Non‑Executive Director of MAH and Firestone Energy Limited.