Mr Ian Middlemas
Mr Middlemas is a Chartered Accountant, a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree. He worked for a large international Chartered Accounting firm before joining the Normandy Mining Group where he was a senior group executive for approximately 10 years. He has had extensive corporate and management experience, and is currently a Director with a number of publicly listed companies in the resources sector.
Mr Ben Cleary
Mr Cleary is a Portfolio Manager and Director of Tribeca Investment Partners and is based in Singapore. He has had an extensive career in the natural resources sector over the last 20 years and the Tribeca Global Natural Resources strategies that he manages have been involved in over $10 billion of transactions within the natural resources sector. Mr Cleary holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from FINSIA and is a member of the Australian Institute of the Company Directors.
Mr Haydn Smith
Mr Smith is a Portfolio Manager at Tribeca Investment Partners and is based in Sydney. Previously Mr Smith had a 20-year career at Macquarie Bank where he was an Executive Director, Global Head of the bank’s Mining Finance Group and Executive Committee Member of the Commodities and Financial Markets Group. Mr. Smith holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from the FINSIA and is a member of the Australian Institute of the Company Directors.
Mr Ryan de Franck
Mr de Franck is currently Executive Director of the Valperlon Group, an Australian based project generation and corporate development group focused on the natural resources sector. Mr de Franck has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia, a Masters in Applied Finance from FINSIA and a Graduate Diploma in Mineral Exploration Geoscience from the Western Australian School of Mines. Mr de Franck is a controller of Onslow Metals Group Pty Ltd, the vendor of exploration license E08/3197 which the Company will acquire following completion of the Acquisition.
Mr Mark Pearce
Mr Pearce is a Chartered Accountant and is currently a director of several listed companies that operate in the resources sector. He has had considerable experience in the formation and development of listed resource companies and has worked for several large international Chartered Accounting firms. Mr Pearce is also a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
Mr Thomas Line
CEO and Managing Director
Mr Line is the Chief Executive Officer of Dante Resources Pty Ltd and has been responsible for the exploration and development of Dante’s projects to date. Mr Line is an experienced geologist and project manager with 10 years’ experience in mining, exploration and resource development, including most recently as the CEO of Taruga Minerals Ltd (ASX:TAR). Mr Line holds an honours degree in geology, is a member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and is committed to the successful future development of Dante’s projects.
Mr Gregory (Greg) Swan
Mr Swan is a Chartered Accountant with over 15 years’ experience in the formation and development of publicly listed natural resources companies. He currently serves as Chief Financial Officer and/or Company Secretary for several listed companies that operate in the resources sector. He commenced his career at a large international Chartered Accounting firm and has since been involved with a number of mining exploration and development companies, including Piedmont Lithium Inc., Mantra Resources Limited, Papillon Resources Limited, and IperionX Limited.
Mr Scott Halley
Mr Halley has consulted more than 150 mining and exploration companies in more than 25 countries in the last fourteen years. Having worked as an exploration geologist for 20 years prior to specialising as a geochemist means that Scott understands how geochemistry can be practically and effectively applied to exploration and mining problems. As well as consulting, Mr Halley is a regular presenter in the CODES MSc (Econ Geol) short course series, and a regular invited speaker at international geology conferences. Mr Halley received a BSc (Hons Class I) from the University of Tasmania (1982), and a PhD from Australian National University (1987).
Mr Will Alston
Stakeholder Engagement Manager
With over two decades working in Indigenous engagement and relationship management roles, Mr Alston brings a wealth of expertise and an extensive network of connections within Aboriginal language and native title groups. Mr Alston’s journey has been marked by significant contributions to various industries, particularly in heritage and native title-focused mining roles. Mr Alston works to stand as a bridge between cultures, a catalyst for change, and a people-focused leader who empowers teams to achieve remarkable results.