Xantippe Resources’ (ASX:XTC) board of directors possesses the right mix of exploration and development experience
Mr Jackson is a barrister and solicitor with over 25 years of legal and international corporate experience, specialising in the areas of commercial and contract law, corporate structuringand mining law. Phillip was formerly a managing legal counsel for a major international mining company, and in private practice specialised in small to medium resource companies.
Mr Jackson’s resource experience also extends to the energy industry, having served 13 years as managing legal counsel for the Asia Pacific region for a leading oil services company and is currently General Counsel for a major international oil and gas company.
In addition, Phillip is chairman of Aurora Minerals (ASX:ARM) and Predictive Discovery (ASX:PDI), as well as serving as a non-executive director of Scotgold Resources (LON:SGZ).
Mr Henning is a skilled mining executive and geologist with more than 40years’ experience across a range of countries and commodities.
Graduating from Queens University in Belfast, Richard has played a key role in the investment and development of a number of companies, including WA gold producer and uranium explorer Extract Resources, where he served as manager of business and corporate relations from 2006 – 2010. He oversaw a period of immense growth at Extract, with the company valued at approximately $100m in 2006 and eventually sold for $2.2bn in 2012.
Mr Henning has also served as managing director and chairman of Korean-focussed resources explorer Stonehenge Metals over a period of five years and is currently chairman of Burma Mining Corporation, which is investigating the potential for a tin and tungsten processing facility in Myanmar.
Mr Young Yu is a professional business advisor, delivering a range of finance, consulting, mining, energy, trade and international business services to private and public companies.
Young is the founding managing director of MGM O’Connor Corporate Advisory, which is offers strategic guidance and advisory services to companies in Australia and Korea on a range of resources and non-resources opportunities. In addition, Young was the Australian Trade Commissioner to Korea and has served as the Chairman of the Australia Korea Business Council of Western Australia and was the National Leader of the Korean Services Group at Deloitte Australia.
Mr Cunnold is a geologist with over 25 years’ experience in the international exploration industry. His expertise extends from project definition and acquisition, through grass roots exploration and delineation, to resource definition and bankable feasibility.
During his career, Mr Cunnold worked on a range of global mineral projects. He was the first geologist stationed in Romania for Gabriel Resources, where he resided for 5 years working as project manager on the 14Moz Rosia Montana gold project. Greg was exploration manager for Reward Minerals, during which time the company discovered and delineated Australia’s first potash resource of over 20 million tonnes of potassium sulphate at Lake Disappointment.
Mr Cunnold holds a Bachelor of Science (Geology) from the University of Western Australia. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (MAIG) and the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM).