Mr. Contardi is a consultant/adviser with over 15 years of legal, investment and capital markets experience. He is currently President of Generic Capital Corporation, a Toronto based EMD finance firm as well as Interim President and CEO of QcX Gold, a Quebec based junior exploration company.
Mr. Contardi’s experience involves advising and structuring corporate finance transactions in the mining, tech and bio tech sectors to maximize the value of projects/assets. He has been called to the Ontario Bar and is a graduate of Queen’s University Law School.
Presently, Larry P. Goldberg is Chief Operating Officer at Qualified Financial Services, Inc. He is also on the board of Cybermation, Inc., Mega Uranium Ltd. and The Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
In the past Mr. Goldberg was Chief Operating & Financial Officer of Arcestra, Inc., Chief Financial Officer of ThreeD Capital, Inc., Chief Financial Officer for Mega Uranium Ltd., Chief Financial Officer for EEStor Corp., Chief Financial Officer of JSN Jewellery, Inc., Chief Financial Officer for Blue Goose Capital Corp., Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President for Pinetree Capital Ltd. and Director at Pinetree Capital Ltd. (Investment Management) (a subsidiary of Pinetree Capital Ltd.), Chief Financial Officer for Mega Precious Metals, Inc., Chief Financial Officer for KL Group, Inc. and Principal at Pricewaterhouse LLP.
Arni Thomas Johannson serves as Independent Director. Arni Johannson is President & Co-Founder of Canadian Nexus Ventures Ltd. He has over 28 years of experience in the Canadian capital markets, focusing on building assets and senior management teams, while executing defined business plans.
Through Canadian Nexus, Mr. Johannson’s investments have covered the pulp & paper, mining exploration, financial technology, film, agriculture, cannabis and energy sectors, in a wide variety of locations around the world. Specifically, in the uranium space Mr. Johannson was the founder of Titan Uranium Inc., which was the junior exploration company that staked and put the first exploration dollars into the Rook I (Arrow Zone) property that NexGen is developing. Titan merged with Energy Fuels Inc. in 2012.
Douglas G. Reeson serves as Independent Director. Douglas Reeson holds an MBA and is a business executive with over 30 years’ experience as an officer and director of a number of junior public companies. Mr. Reeson is the prior Chairman of our board of directors and the prior Chairman of our Audit Committee. He has former experience as CFO of public companies and is currently CEO of Gossan Resources Limited.
Mr. Reeson has the attributes and the experience, as set out in most small and midcap companies’ Audit Committee Mandates, to be considered an audit committee financial expert. Previously, he held a number of positions in the investment industry including the Executive Director of Listings for the Toronto Stock Exchange; Vice-President and Director of Davidson Partners, Midland Doherty, and Yorkton Securities; and as an Investment Analyst at Burns-Fry. Mr. Reeson has considerable knowledge of stock option valuations and sharebased payments.
As President of Mega Uranium from 2005 to 2015, Mr. Taylor has been instrumental in building Mega Uranium’s worldwide presence. Mr. Taylor, a geologist, holds a B.Sc. (Hons. Geology) from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, and has over 35 years of mining and exploration experience in Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and North and South America.
Prior to joining Mega Uranium, Mr. Taylor held senior management positions with several major and junior groups including, Anglo American Corporation, Mogul of Ireland Ltd., Electrolytic Zinc Company of Australia Ltd., Mount Isa Mines Ltd. and Southwestern Gold Corporation. From January 1998 to June 2010 he was Principal of Taylor Wall & Associates, a Brisbane-based consulting firm specializing in mineral project generation and evaluation and providing geoscientific consulting services, worldwide.
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