Directors & Management

Mr Brett Grosvenor (Non-Executive Director)

Mr Grosvenor is an experienced executive with over 25 years’ experience in the mining and power industry. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Business. Brett has held senior executive
positions with a number of companies including director of development of Primero Group, focused on the development of projects from initial concept through to contract delivery and operation. He is currently a director of ASX-listed Perpetual Resources Ltd and Firebird Metals Limited and
executive chairman of Firetail Resources Ltd. He is a member of the Project Steering Group for Patriot Battery Metals and also sits on the Australian Industry Consultation Group for Battery and Critical Minerals.

Mr James Pearse (Non-Executive Director)

Mr Pearse is an experienced corporate lawyer with over 10 years’ experience working for national, international and boutique law firms advising Australian businesses mainly in the mining, oil & gas and technology sectors. He holds Bachelor degrees in both Law and Commerce, majoring in finance. James is currently a non-executive director of MinRex Resources Ltd.

Mr Glenn Whiddon (Non-Executive Director)

Mr Whiddon has an extensive background in equity capital markets, banking and corporate advisory, with a specific focus on natural resources. He holds a degree in Economics and has extensive corporate and management experience. Glenn is currently non-executive chairman of Calima Energy Ltd and a non-executive director of MinRex Resources Ltd.

Corporate Governance

The primary responsibility of the Board is to represent and advance shareholders interests and to protect the interests of stakeholders. To fulfil this role the Board is responsible for the overall corporate governance of the Company including its strategic direction, establishing goals for management and monitoring the achievement of these goals.

The responsibilities of the Board include:

  • Protection and enhancement of shareholder value.
  • Formulation, review and approval of the objectives and strategic direction of the Company.
  • Monitoring the financial performance of the Company by reviewing and approving budgets and monitoring results.
  • Approving all significant business transactions including acquisitions, divestments and capital expenditure.
  • Ensuring the adequate internal control systems and procedures exist and that compliance with these systems and procedures is maintained.
  • The identification of significant business risks and ensuring that such risks are adequately managed.
  • The review of performance and remuneration of executive directors and key staff.
  • The establishment and maintenance of appropriate ethical standards.
  • Evaluating and, where appropriate adopting, with or without modification, the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Principals of Good Corporate Governance and Best Practice Recommendations.

Securities Trading Policy

Trading Policy

Employee Share Option Plan

Employee Securities Incentive Plan – CRB – ADOPTED 31 MAY 2019

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