The Audit Committee considers the Group’s financial reporting, including accounting policies, and internal financial controls. It is responsible for ensuring that the financial performance of the Group is properly monitored and reported on. The Audit Committee meets at least twice a year, once with the auditors, and is comprised of Julian Lee, independent Non-executive Director, as Chairman and John Watkins, Non-executive Director. The Executive Chairman and senior personnel attend the Committee as requested by the Committee. It is the responsibility of the Committee to review the annual and half-yearly financial statements, to ensure that they adequately comply with appropriate accounting policies, practices and legal requirements, to recommend to the Board their adoption, and to consider the independence of and to oversee the management’s appointment of the external auditors.
The Company will ensure, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of Rule 21 of the AIM Rules, that the Directors and applicable employees shall not deal in any of the Ordinary shares during a close period (as defined in the AIM Rules) and will take all reasonable steps to ensure compliance by the Directors and applicable employees with this Rule 21.
|Andrew Bell, MA, LLB, FGS, Chairman and CEO
Andrew Bell began his career as a natural resources analyst at Morgan Grenfell & Co. in the 1970s. His business experience encompasses periods in fund management and advisory work at leading financial institutions, international corporate finance work and private equity. Andrew Bell’s listed company directorships are Red Rock Resources plc (chairman), Greatland Gold plc (chairman), Jupiter Mines Ltd (director), Resource Star Ltd (chairman) and Cue Resources Inc.
|Edmund Bugnosen, BSc, Executive Director
Edmund Bugnosen has a BSc in Mining Engineering from Adamson University, Philippines and studied Environmental Science at the International Institute of Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering (IHE) in Holland. He has worked in both the government and private sectors of the Philippine mining industry. Since 1989 he has worked out of the UK as a consultant for governments, mining companies, NGOs and development agencies, including the UN, UNIDO, the World Bank, the EU, ILO, DFID, and the BGS. Edmund Bugnosen has also served as Senior Mining Engineer in the Department of Mines and Petroleum of Papua New Guinea and as a Technical Assistant to the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy. He has published and presented papers on mining laws and regulation, small-scale mining and related environmental, social and development issues.
|Scott Kaintz, BS, MBA, Executive Director
Scott Kaintz has a MBA from London Business School and Columbia Business Schools. He started his career as a US Air Force Intelligence Officer and analyst working across Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia. Scott Kaintz has held operational and managerial roles in the defence industry and more recently worked in corporate finance and investment funds, focussing primarily on capital raising efforts and debt and equity investments in small-cap companies. A year ago he joined Regency as Head of Corporate Finance.
|Julian Lee, MA, ACCA, Non-executive Director
Julian qualified as an accountant with Deloitte & Touche in 1996. Subsequently he worked in corporate finance and venture capital in London and New York. He has co-founded a number of companies in the mining exploration, healthcare, life sciences, med-tech and FMCG sectors and is currently CEO of Rex Exploration Ltd, an exploration company focussed on gold and coal exploration in Nigeria.
|John Watkins, FCA, Non-executive Director
John Watkins is a chartered accountant and a former partner of Ernst & Young and Neville Russell. He is a director of Starvest plc, a substantial shareholder of Regency Mines plc. In addition, he is a director of Red Rock Resources plc and Greatland Gold plc. Starvest plc, Red Rock Resources plc and Greatland Gold plc are listed on AIM. He is chairman of Equity Resources plc and Rare Earths and Metals plc.
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