Dan Smith has over 12-years of Capital Markets experience in Executive and Non-Executive Director
roles and is familiar with the regulated environment of companies listed on stock exchanges, having
also served as Company Secretary for Corporations listed on AIM, ASX and NSX.
Dan is the Co-Founder of Minerva Corporate, a corporate services firm, which specialises in
providing corporate advisory, company secretarial, and director services to listed and unlisted
Companies, as well as compliance manager services for IPOs and RTOs across multiple sectors
(including natural resources). Dan acts as a Non-Executive Director and Company Secretary of AIM
traded Europa Metals Ltd.
Dan holds a BA in International Relations from Curtin University and a post-grad Diploma in Applied
Corporate Governance. He is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.
Bill Brodie Good
CEO & Technical Director
Bill Brodie Good has over 25 years’ experience in mineral exploration and has worked with numerous
key players in the mining sector including resource company Rio Tinto Mining. For five years, Bill also
held a Director role at SRK Exploration Services, a leading Global Mining Consultancy Group. Bill has
extensive experience setting up new companies, establishing exploration teams and managing mineral
exploration projects throughout Africa.
Bill’s experience covers most of the major Mineral Commodities, including Gold, Base Metals, Iron
Ore, Diamonds and Uranium. Over the years he has gained operational experience in diverse
geological terrains, where he ran teams of up to 100 employees. Bill is also a Director of KBG
Consultants, an exploration consultancy business.
Bill holds a BA in Modern Languages and an MSc in Geology from The University of Western Australia.
Independent Non-Executive Director
Mark has over 20 years’ experience as a lawyer. In 2006 he co-founded UK based law firm iLaw heads the firm’s litigation team. Areas of expertise include, commercial, intellectual property, technology and media legal matters.
Mark represented corporate clients in one of the largest disputes in London; the US$ 1 billion dispute between the Kazakh JSC BTA Bank and Mukhtar Ablyazov and others. He also worked on the Tajik Aluminium litigation in London a US$ 450 million law suit.
Phil Dexter & Jane Kirton
St James’s Corporate Services Limited (SJCS)
SJCS is co-owned by Phil Dexter and Jane Kirton
Phil Dexter has in excess of 40 years’ experience in the company secretarial environment and has worked in the natural resources sector since 1977. During that time he has worked with most of the leading South African mining companies and assisted on numerous corporate transactions involving acquisitions, reorganisations and restructurings, rights offers and fund raisings.
Jane Kirton has over 20 years’ experience in the company secretarial environment and became a qualified Chartered Secretary in 2007. Alongside Phil, Jane has also worked with most of the leading South African mining companies and assisted on numerous corporate transactions.
(1) Audit Committee
(2) Nomination and Remuneration Committee