Bill Fisher (P.Geo.)
Mr. Fisher is the Non-Executive Chair of the Board of Treasury Metals Inc. He is also the Chair of GoldQuest Mining Corporation, and is a member of the board of directors of Horizonte Minerals and London (UK)-based Andiamo Exploration and RAME Energy. Previously, he was CEO (2017-2019) and Executive Chair of GoldQuest (2011-2019). He was CEO of GlobeStar Mining (sold in 2010), which built the Cerro de Maimon copper-gold mine and Chair of Aurelian Resources Inc., which was acquired by Kinross in 2008 for $1.2 Billion. He served as VP Exploration for the base metals major, Boliden, managing 35 projects in nine countries. Mr. Fisher is a geologist with extensive experience in Africa, Australia, Europe and Canada. He has served as a director of publicly-traded mining companies including North Atlantic Natural Resources (now Lundin Mining), Karmin Exploration Inc., Expatriate Resources, PC Gold Inc. and Rockwell Diamonds. Mr. Fisher has been a member of the Treasury Metals Board of Directors since 2008 and is a member of the Compensation Committee.
President, CEO and Director
Mr. Wyeth is President, Chief Executive Officer (since December 2020) and Director of the Company (since June 2021). Prior to this, Mr. Wyeth was Operations Director (2017-2020) at Wood Canada Ltd. a large engineering company, where he led the Oakville office with a strong focus on both local and international projects. Mr. Wyeth started his career with De Beers (1988-2009), and worked on mines around the world in Canada, Russia, Brazil and South Africa. With De Beers, he moved to Canada to lead the development, construction, commissioning and ramp up of the Victor Diamond Mine in Northern Ontario. He took the Victor Project from pre-feasibility study to nameplate capacity. The Victor Project had a capital budget of $1 billion and under Mr. Wyeth’s leadership, it was completed nine months ahead of schedule and under budget. Over his career, Mr. Wyeth has held various senior management positions (2011-2019), including with Excellon Resources and Anglo American. He previously served on the boards of Vector Resources Inc., DRA Americas Inc., DRA Brazil and the Ontario Mining Association. He holds a BSc in Mining Engineering from the University of Witwatersrand.
Mr. Bourchier, President, CEO and a director of Harte Gold Corp. since 2020, is a registered professional engineer with over 30 years of domestic and international experience in the mining industry. His breadth of experience includes both operational field management and executive corporate oversight leadership. His public company and inter-company Board governance experience is further complemented by his McMaster University accredited Chartered Director Certification. Mr. Bourchier was previously Chief Operating Officer of Detour Gold from January 2018 until June 2019. From 2012 to 2017, Mr. Bourchier held the role of Chief Operating Officer at Nevsun Resources. Preceding this successful tenure, Mr. Bourchier was an operational Executive at Wheaton Precious Metals (formerly Silver Wheaton). For the first 16 years of his career, he worked at Placer Dome (subsequently Barrick Gold) where he held positions of increasing responsibility including Mining Manager and General Manager at the Porgera open pit gold mine. He has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Applied Science and Engineering from the University of Toronto. Mr. Bourchier has served on the board of Treasury Metals since August 2020 as a nominee of First Mining pursuant to the Investor Rights Agreement and is a member of the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee. As well, he is appointed under the Investor Rights Agreement as the Chair of the Technical Committee.
Marc Henderson (CFA)
Mr. Henderson is a chartered financial analyst with more than 20 years at the helm of public mineral exploration companies. He has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Laramide Resources Ltd. from 1995 to present. He is also a Director of Nubian Resources Ltd. Mr. Henderson was CEO and President of Aquiline Resources Inc., sold in 2009 to Pan American Silver Corp., and former President of MineFinders. He holds an economics degree from the University of Colorado. Mr. Henderson has served on the Treasury Metals Board of Directors since 2007 and he is the Chair of the Audit Committee.
Mr. Vereecke is a businessman and entrepreneur based in Paris, with a background in finance, oil and gas, mine royalties and technology. As an entrepreneur, he has been involved in the start-up of several businesses including co-founder and former Chief Financial Officer of Business Oil Platform, a physical oil trading and logistics company operating in Central and Eastern Europe. Mr. Vereecke’s current investment advisory firm specializes in private client fund management focused on the extractive industry, mine royalties, precious metals and diamond markets. His finance background includes independent consultancy to the wealth management and private equity sectors, and earlier in his career, he was a sell side analyst and fund manager. Mr. Vereecke has served on the Treasury Metals Board of Directors since 2015 and is a member of the Compensation Committee and the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee.
Mr. Whittle, a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 25 years of senior executive experience in the mining industry, has been responsible for strategic planning initiatives, operations and all aspects of corporate and financial management and administration. He is currently on the boards of Viva Gold Corp., Kalo Gold Holdings Inc. and Karus Gold Corp., serving as Audit Committee Chair of each company. Previously, he was both Chief Financial Officer and Company Ethics Officer of Alexco Resource Corp. (2007-2014) and Chief Financial Officer of Hillsborough Resources Limited (2004-2007). Mr. Whittle has served as a director of a number of public companies over his career, primarily in the resource sector, with extensive experience on audit committees, compensation committees and special committees. He was previously on the board of Alio Gold Inc., serving as a director and Audit Committee Chair until the sale of the company in July 2020. He was also a director of Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. from 1997 to May 2020, for much of that time serving as Audit Committee Chair and Lead Outside Director. He served as Interim CEO of Mountain Province from June 2017 to May 2018, leading the company through a chief executive transition and the refinancing of its senior debt facility, then resuming his role as an independent director. Mr. Whittle holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) from the University of British Columbia. Mr. Whittle has served on the Treasury Metals Board of Directors since August 2020 as a nominee of First Mining pursuant to the Investor Rights Agreement and is a member of the Audit Committee and Chair of the Compensation Committee.
Daniel W. Wilton
Mr. Wilton has over 25 years of experience in M&A, corporate finance and principal investing in the mining sector, having executed as principal or advised on more than $10 billion of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and more than $1 billion of financings. He has been a director and CEO of First Mining Gold since January 2019. Prior to joining First Mining, he was a Partner at Pacific Road Capital Management (2013-2018), a mining-focused private equity investment firm with approximately $800 million under management. His previous roles included Managing Director and Head of the Global Mining and Metals Group at National Bank Financial Inc., Managing Director in Business Development at General Electric based in London, England, and other corporate finance and M&A roles at global financial institutions based in Toronto and New York. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of South Star Mining Corp., and is Vice Chair of the board of directors and Chair of the Audit and Finance Committee for Providence Health Care in Vancouver, Canada. He holds a BCom (First Class Honours) from Queen’s University and an MBA (with Distinction) from INSEAD in France. Mr. Wilton has served on the Treasury Metals Board of Directors since August 2020 as a non-independent nominee of First Mining pursuant to the Investor Rights Agreement.
Ms. Wood is currently Director, Investor Relations at Altius Minerals Corporation. She has led Investor Relations and Bondholder Communications activity for publicly traded companies for more than 15 years. Prior to Altius, she led investor relations (equity and debt) at Sherritt International and held the same role with Inmet Mining until its acquisition by First Quantum Minerals in 2013. Previously, Ms. Wood held investor relations roles with Harris Steel, Laramide Resources Ltd. (2007-2010) and Aquiline Resources Inc. (2007-2009). She is an independent director of AbraPlata Silver Corp. She holds a BA and MA from the University of Toronto. Ms. Wood has served on the Treasury Metals Board of Directors since 2014 and is Chair of the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee and a member of the Audit Committee.