Mr. Robertson is a professional engineer with life of mine experience ranging from exploration and financing through production and reclamation. Mr. Robertson’s previous work experience includes positions with Vale (formerly Inco Ltd), Teck, Golder Associates and TVX Corp. In addition to his responsibilities with Urastar Gold Corp, Mr. Robertson is also a consultant and corporate pilot working with several Vancouver based junior mining companies. Mr. Robertson is also a director of Meadow Bay Gold Corp and is President and CEO of Silver Pursuit Resources.
Mr. Reed is a Registered Professional Geologist with over 40 years of work experience in the mining industry exploring for disseminated and high grade vein gold-silver, porphyry copper-molybdenum, and volcanogenic and replacement polymetallic deposits in United States, Mexico, Latin America and Africa. Mr. Reed was directly involved in the discovery and development of numerous mines which have produced more than several million ounces of gold. Mr. Reed’s most recent success was as co-founder of Paramount Gold and Silver Corp (TSX, NYSE:PZG). as he was responsible for bringing the flagship San Miguel project in Chihuahua, Mexico into the Paramount portfolio of assets. Mr. Reed is fluent in Spanish and has a very strong knowledge of the business and community culture in Mexico. In addition, Mr. Reed was Chief Geologist and Co-Founder of Paramount Gold and Silver Corp. (NYSE:PZG) and Chief Geologist (Mexico) for Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL)
Mr. Stinglhamber has significant experience in the Mexican mining industry. He currently represents Umicore Belgium (formerly Union Miniere), a US $8 billion public company, in Mexico. They are active in precious metals products and catalysts, advanced materials and zinc specialties.
Mr. Stinglhamber is also the Chairman of two very successful Mexican mining companies, Minera Productos Metalicos y Derivados SA de CV, and Minera Recami SA de CV, an exploration company in Sonora, Mexico. He is also a director of Paramount Gold & Silver Corp. (TSX, NYSE:PZG).
Between 1991 and 2000, Mr. Stinglhamber was on the Board of Directors and on the Technical Board of Mexicana de Cananea SA de CV. (Grupo Mexico). In 1990, he was instrumental in the Union Miniere team that worked in Mexico for the pre-financing of the acquisition of La Caridad copper mine from Nafinsa for “Mexicana de Cobre” of the Larrea Group, Grupo Mexico.
From 1986 to 2004 he was the chairman of Sogem Mexico SA de CV, the metal trading division of Umicore SA (today Traxis Mexico SA de CV). Between 1980 and 1986, he represented Aquaroc International in Mexico, a filial of the Consortium “BURRUS” Switzerland. Mr. Stinglhamber was President of the Belgo Luxemburg Mexican Chamber of Commerce in 1987, and in 2002, and was awarded the Belgian decoration of “Officer of the Crown”.
Mr. Morita has been a professional accountant for over 35 years and a member of the Certified General Accountants Association of B.C. For the past twenty years. Mr. Morita has been a management consultant, advising on income tax and personal financial matters, and has held a variety of senior positions as a director and/ or CFO with various public companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange and Canadian National Stock Exchange (CNSX). Mr. Morita played a major role in referring and successfully completing (Mar/ 05) ACP Ace Venture Corp’s Qualifying Transaction which was the RTO of Cantronic Systems Inc.(TSX.V:CTS) a Tier 1 company.
Mr. Morita is currently the CFO and a director of Urastar Gold Corp. (TSXV:URS), Mineral Mountian Resources Ltd. (TSXV: MMV), Crestwell Resources Inc. (CNSX:CRE), Alabama Graphite Corp. (CNSX:ALP- formerly Keymark Resources Inc). He is CFO of Golden Cross Resources Inc. (CNSX:GOX). Mr. Morita also serves on the Board of Directors of Polo Biology Global Group Corporation.