Board of Directors
Peak’s Board is supported by a diverse mix of technical, commercial, governance, legal and Tanzanian experience.
The Company has infused this know-how into the engineering design and BFS. Combined with real-life operational experience, rare earth expertise and thorough pilot plant operation and testing, Peak Resources has extensively de-risked the mine to product supply chain. The track record shows that the management team has a steady, deliverable approach with a good understanding of potential customers and their requirements. The management team is well connected in the industry and has the capability to build out the business and team, and to deliver quality products with a reliable, sustainable supply chain.
B. Com, Accounting and Finance
Tony is an experienced international natural resources executive and company director. He is currently the Chair of ASX listed Cellnet, a Trustee of the Royal Botanical Gardens & Domain Trust and a Non-Executive Director of Communicare Inc. He was formerly a Commissioner at the Independent Planning Commission, and previously a group executive at TSX/HKEx listed South Gobi Resources, based in Hong Kong, where he was responsible for the company’s corporate and strategic initiatives. Tony also has over 15 years commercial and investment banking experience, covering the Asia Pacific natural resources industry, most recently as a Managing Director at HSBC
GAICD, MAppFin, GradDipAcc, BAg Econ (1st Class Hons)
Bardin holds over 20 years of investment banking and corporate experience in the mining and energy sectors. He was formerly the CFO of UPC/AC Renewables Australia and previously held a number of senior investment banking roles in Hong Kong and Sydney. Previous roles include the Head of the Resources & Energy Group – Asia Pacific, Deputy Head of Corporates – Asia Pacific and Head of Advisory – Australia for HSBC and Head of Metals & Mining Asia for Macquarie Capital. Bardin has significant emerging markets experience and has worked on a broad range of international advisory, capital markets and financing transactions.
HON. ABDULLAH MWINYI
LLB, LLM (Cardiff University)
The Hon. Mr Mwinyi is a member of the Tanzanian Parliament, having entered Parliament in 2007, and was also a Member of the East African Legislative Assembly (2007 – 2017), where he was Chair of the Legal, Privileges and Rules Committee and the Regional Affairs and Conflict Resolution Committee. He is also Chair of Swala Oil and Gas (Tanzania) plc. The Hon. Mr Mwinyi is a lawyer by profession and, in 2007, established Asyla Attorneys, where he specializes in corporate, commercial, labour and employment law.
BA Econ, Chartered Accountant (CAANZ), GAICD
Giselle brings a wealth of audit, risk, governance, and compliance experience to Peak. Giselle is currently Chair of Larrakia Darwin Hotel, a non-executive director of ASX listed Hotel Property Investments and Vinomofo (where she is Chair of both company’s Audit & Risk Committees), a non-executive of Generation Life and a Trustee of the Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust. Giselle has a Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Sydney, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investments from the Securities Institute of Australia and is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Giselle is also a Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Giselle will assume the role of Chair of the Company’s Audit & Risk Committee.
Giles is an experienced barrister with significant experience across corporate, commercial, property, equity and family law. Giles is currently a barrister at Ninth Floor Selborne Chambers in Sydney. Giles also has extensive experience in banking, property and funds management and was previously Head of Investment Management at Valad Property Group where Giles was responsible for $900m of property funds.