+ 500,000,000 lbs contained Copper
Rambler Copper - Gold property, located on the Baie Verte Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Harry Dobson, a mining industry veteran, brings many years of experience to the Company. Mr Dobson has been and remains as Director and/or Chairman of several exploration and mining companies. As Chairman of American Pacific Mining, Mr Dobson successfully reopened the El Mochito zinc and silver mine in Honduras, and more recently, as Chairman of Kirkland Lake Gold has put the Macassa gold mine back into production.
President & CEO
George received his B.Sc.(Hons.), Mining and Petroleum Engineering from Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a Professional Engineer and holds his Mine Managers Certificate (South Africa) with more than 18 years management, operating and technical experience in the mining industry. George began his career working for Anglo America where he worked for AngloGold in South Africa between 1989 and 1997 holding roles of increasing responsibility. In 1997 George transferred from AngloGold to work for Anglo Base Metals at Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting in Northern Manitoba where he played a key operations role as the Mine Superintendent at the Ruttan Mine. In 2004 he joined Dynatec Corporation as their Area Manager for the Sudbury Basin where he managed multi-million dollar contracts and later worked at the McCreedy West Mine as Mine Manger. George joined Rambler Metals and Mining in 2006 as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Throughout his career George's Mine Operations have been frequent recipients of Mine Safety Awards. He is currently undertaking his MBA studies.
John S. Thomson
A Chartered Accountant from Scotland who has also studied at INSEAD (a business school near Paris). He has worked internationally in a variety of senior roles for companies including PepsiCo and is currently Interim CFO of Kirkland Lake Gold Inc and Rambler Metals & Mining PLC. He is also a non-executive director of Parragon Publishing Ltd, a successful international publisher with operations in Europe, India, the UK and USA.
Corporate Secretary of the Company and Investment Manager at Smith and Williamson Investment Management (from June 2000 to January 2006).
John is a senior partner in a leading St. John's law firm and carries on an extensive and diverse mining, securities, and corporate / commercial practice. He has served on numerous public company and volunteer boards and has received several awards for public service.
Brian F. Dalton
An entrepreneur in the mining industry, Brian built a successful group of private mineral exploration and exploration service companies prior to co-founding Altius. He has many contacts throughout the mining and financial communities and is an active member of several industry organizations.
Mr. Hinchcliffe has decades of experience in the development of mining projects and mine finance. Brian spent the first ten years of his career working at the J. Aron trading arm of Goldman Sachs, where he was responsible for the mining industry sector, working in both New York and London. Following this, Mr. Hinchcliffe was the founder of American Pacific Mining with Harry Dobson, and then Jordex Resources. Jordex acquired the previously explored Loma de Hierro nickel laterite deposit in Venezuela, which is located, with excellent infrastructure, 65 kilometers southwest of Caracas. Jordex re-verified the reserves and the overall commercial viability of the project, and sold 85% of the deposit to Anglo American Corporation for $65 million with Anglo assuming the responsibility for project financing, development and management. The Loma de Hierro mine was built at a cost of US500 million and commenced commercial production as a low cost, long-term producer early in 2001.
Mr. Hinchcliffe received a BA from the State University of New York, and attended graduate school at the Hagan Business School at Iona College.
Mr. Goodman, a M.A. in Law from Cambridge University, qualified and practiced as a Solicitor in London. Mr. Goodman held the position of C.E.O. for ACE Global Markets, ACE Strategic Advisors Inc. and Jardine Lloyds Advisors Limited. He was a Director and Head of International M & A with Barclays de Zoete World Limited, and Director of Corporate Finance with Hill Samuel. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Viatel Holdings (Bermuda) Limited and Chapelthorpe plc. He is also a Director of several AIM traded companies.
Mr. Roberts holds a B.Sc in Geology from Liverpool University, an M.Sc in Geochemistry from Oxford University and is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He began his career working as a geologist in the UK and North Africa and in 1976 he joined Thomson McLintock & Co in London and qualified as a chartered accountant in 1980. He joined Charter Consolidated in 1982 as an equity investment analyst and in 1985 joined the Target Group where he managed the Gold, Commodity and Energy funds. In 1990 he joined Minorco SA in London to set up and manage Minorco's in-house equity fund which specialised in the natural resource sectors. Between 1996 and 2000 he worked for Endeavour Securities Limited as investment director where he helped set up and then manage a natural resource fund. Mr. Roberts is currently Investment Director of a BVI based investment fund and an employee of New City Investment Managers in London, as well as being on the board of several junior resource companies.
Stanley Neamonitis is an international commodities consultant with over forty years experience in marketing and trading base metals, ores and concentrates. He has extensive knowledge of the base metals mining and smelting industries worldwide. Following service in the US army, Mr. Neamonitis joined Associated Metals and Minerals Corporation in New York City in 1963, where he held various positions and traveled extensively to South America, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Japan, Australia, and South Korea. He joined Glencore Ltd. In Stamford, Connecticut in 1985 where he continued to trade in zinc, lead and copper concentrates on a worldwide basis with particular emphasis in Canada, USA, Mexico, South America, South Africa, Europe and Asia. Mr. Neamonitis holds an associate in applied science degree from Brooklyn College where he majored in business management and international trade. He is fluent in Spanish and Greek.
Jason McKenzie has over 35 years experience in underground mining at various ascending levels of supervision and management. Jason was previously Mine Manger at Irish Gypsum Ltd and Tara Mines Ltd in Ireland. Prior to this he worked as Project Supervisor at the Getchell Mine for Placer Ltd in Nevada and at Inmet Mining Corporation, Winston Lake Division, Ontario. Jason has also worked as a General Manger at Kinross Gold Corp and Sherritt Gordon Mines. He has worked on numerous underground mining projects, through different stages of development, construction and ultimately bringing them successfully into production. Jason is a Certified Mine Engineering Technician with a diploma from the Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology.
Jason is responsible for managing all activities associated with the development of the Ming Mine Project.
Larry Pilgrim, P. Geo.
Mr. Pilgrim has an exploration and production mine geology background having worked extensively over the last 25 years in eastern Canada with companies that include Richmont Mines Inc. and more recently Commander Resources Limited. During this time period Mr. Pilgrim has also operated and managed his own exploration company.
Larry is directly responsible for managing the geology and exploration of the Ming Mine Project.
Norman Williams, C.A.
Norman Williams is a Chartered Accountant with 10 years accounting and management experience. Upon completion of his Bachelor of Commerce at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Norman provided professional services to junior exploration companies throughout Newfoundland and Labrador during his 8 years with Deloitte.
Norman is responsible for overseeing all day to day financial aspects of the Ming Mine Project while communicating regularly with the head office in London.
Rambler has had a unique advantage in attracting highly qualified technical support during a time when these services are in high demand throughout the entire industry. With Rambler's experienced and dedicated staff the Ming Mine Project stands an excellent chance to be brought back into production over the coming months.
Human Resources Administrator
Darrell Hyde, B.Sc.
Senior Project Geologist
Stephanie Maloney, B.Sc.
Jessica Mercer, B.Sc.
Junior Project Geologist
Health and Safety Coordinator