Board


Tom Eadie

Chair

Mr Eadie is a geologist/geophysicist with extensive experience across many commodities and as a Company Director. He is currently a Non-Executive Director of ASX listed companies Strandline Resources, Alderan Resources and New Century Resources.

Mr Eadie was the founding Chairman of Syrah Resources (ASX:SYR). During his time in this role, Syrah discovered and began the development of the world-class Balama graphite project in Mozambique.


David Leavy

B.Ec., M. App. Fin.

Managing Director

Mr Leavy has over 25 years of experience in the banking and mining industries covering a wide range of commodities. He has significant experience in debt and equity markets, physical and derivative commodity markets, specifically in gold, bauxite, iron ore, base metals, oil and LNG. Recent roles have included CFO of several mining companies undergoing project development, requiring implementation of appropriate business processes, government negotiations, team establishment, logistics etc. in Australia, Ghana, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Prior to this Mr Leavy held a number of roles at Westpac through financial markets (FX and commodity derivatives), project finance, relationship management, credit analysis and capital solutions. A significant focus for these roles was on the Mining and Oil & Gas sectors.


Robert Boston

Non-Executive Director

Mr Boston is an experienced resources corporate executive having worked in legal, business development, strategy, marketing and commercial positions with BHP Billiton (Nickel West), Rio Tinto Exploration and Poseidon Nickel Limited. Robert holds a law degree having worked for national law firms Freehills and Mallesons Stephen Jaques. Robert has multi commodity expertise in particular exploration, early stage resource development, M&A, joint ventures and marketing. Robert also holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws, a Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (FINSIA), and a Diploma of Management. Robert is admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia and High Court of Australia.