TERENCE A CLEE
BCom LLB Executive Director
Terence Clee holds combined B Com and LLB degrees. He commenced his career as an accountant at KPMG working in corporate audit and corporate tax. Terence co-founded Hemsley Lawyers alongside lawyers from Allens Arthur Robinson and Blake Dawson (now Accurst) and was responsible for the business development and strategic growth of the practice. Terence has experience in the start up and small cap space having advised technology start ups and junior miners on commercialisation, cross border transactions and R & D.
DR. JAMES ELLINGFORD
Non Executive Director
Dr. Ellingford's professional life culminated in being President of an international, publicly listed billion dollar business with its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland and New York, USA. He has vast experience in the international arena and has successfully developed close ties with both financial institutions as well as governments throughout the world. Dr. Ellingford holds a Post Graduate in Corporate Management, a Masters in Business Administration as well as a Doctorate in Management. Dr. Ellingford lectures MBA students in Corporate Governance at a leading Sydney University and has a keen interest in ethics and governance.
Non Executive Director
Mr Bowles is a senior corporate finance executive with extensive public corporate advisory, private equity and capital markets experience in the resources sector. Mr Bowles has successfully negotiated domestic and cross border financings, joint venture agreements and M&A transactions for a number of listed and private companies in Africa, the Americas and Australia.
Mr Bowles has held executive and board positions with several resource companies focusing on advancing exploration and development projects. He is currently the CEO of Tanga Resources, an ASX listed, African focused, gold and base metals explorer and was previously the Chief Development Officer for an ASX 200 West African focused gold company. Matthew commenced his career with Rio Tinto where he worked in a number of corporate and commercial roles for nine years, before moving to London to work in finance and banking. Since his return to Australia he has held senior roles with global advisory firms, with a focus on the resources sector.