Position: Executive Chairman
Ms. Stylianides has 20 years of experience in the global capital markets having spent much of her career in investment banking, private equity, and corporate management and restructuring. She began her career in corporate law by joining the firm of Webber Wentzel Attorneys in 1990 after graduating from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 1992 she joined Investec Merchant Bank Limited where she specialized in risk management and gained extensive experience in the areas of corporate finance and structured finance, mergers and acquisitions, structuring, specialized finance and other banking and financial services transactions. She was also involved in designing and structuring financial products for financial institutions and corporations. Since 1997, Ms. Stylianides has been a director of and has been engaged in the financial restructuring of certain Nasdaq publicly-traded companies and has extensive knowledge of Canadian and SEC securities regulations. Ms. Stylianides continues to work extensively with private equity investors in structuring transactions in the banking, construction and mining industries. She has worked extensively in structuring and implementing corporate and structured finance transactions in the mining, banking and bio science sectors. Additionally, Ms. Stylianides was previously a director and CEO of Surgical Spaces Inc. Group of Companies and has been instrumental in overseeing its national expansion strategy as Canada's private healthcare consolidator. The group was successfully sold to Centric Health, a TSX-listed company, in 2011. Ms. Stylianides has had numerous board appointments, including Callinan Royalties and the Fraser Institute.
Position: President and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Moseley-Williams holds a BSc. Mining Engineering degree from the Colorado School of Mines and an MBA from the Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom and has over 20 years of experience in mine construction, expansion projects and operations in North, Central and South America. His most recent position was President & COO for Continental Gold located in Medellín, Colombia. Mr. Moseley-Williams was responsible for leading Continental from a purely exploration company through to an advanced development stage company. He was actively involved in government relations and instrumental in the creation of the Colombian Mining Association. Prior to that, he was Operations Manager for Agnico-Eagle's Pinos Altos Mine located in Chihuahua, Mexico, where he was responsible for all underground and open pit operations as well as the mine's engineering and planning requirements. In his previous roles with Fortuna Silver, Coeur d'Alene Mines, Kinross and Eldorado he acquired expertise in a variety of fields including project development, corporate development, corporate social responsibility and environmental permitting. Raised in Colombia, he is bilingual in Spanish and English, and a citizen of Colombia and the United Kingdom.
|Hubert R. Marleau|
Hubert Marleau is a co-founder of Palos Management and continues to provide invaluable expertise and vision to that entity. With more than 40 years of experience in the business and financial community, Mr. Marleau has raised funds privately and publicly for hundreds of emerging and mature companies, structured many mergers and acquisitions, as well as designed and created numerous financial deals in Canada. Mr. Marleau has worked at the senior executive level of several large investment banks, notably Nesbitt Thomson Inc (1968-1979), Levesque Beaubien Inc (1980-1988) and Marleau, Lemire Inc (1989-1998). During his career, Mr. Marleau was a governor of the Toronto Stock Exchange, the Montreal Stock Exchange, and the Vancouver Stock Exchange, a director of the Investment Dealer Association of Canada, and a board member for a multitude of publicly traded companies in Canada.
|Derrick H. Weyrauch|
Mr. Derrick H. Weyrauch, CPA, CA has over 25 years of experience that includes corporate financial management, financings, strategic planning and merger & acquisition transactions. He has extensive senior management experience including financing, corporate turnaround and restructuring, strategic planning and M&A transactions. Mr. Weyrauch served as a Director of Jaguar Mining Inc. from June 10, 2013 to April 22, 2014. He obtained his Chartered Accountants designation in 1990 with KPMG LLP. He is also a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from York University.
Mr. Kay is a partner and the portfolio manager of the Tenor International & Commercial Arbitration Fund. Mr. Kay joined Tenor in 2009. Previously, Mr. Kay was an investment banker at Jefferies & Company and an attorney at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. Mr. Kay currently serves on multiple boards for companies in the mineral, mining and energy industries.
Mr. O'Halloran has more than 30 years of experience working in industry, operations, financial and executive management, and turnaround consulting. He has worked primarily with companies challenged by transitions resulting from rapid growth, acquisitions, and changes in financial structure and market environments. Mr. O'Halloran has served in Chief Financial Officer, Chief Restructuring Officer, and Chief Executive Officer roles and has also led numerous debtor and creditor advisory consulting engagements. Mr. O'Halloran has served on the boards of for-profit and not-for-profit corporations, including as audit committee chair and as a member of diversity, finance and compensation committees.