Andrew Jones | Exploration on GPP Mining asset
Andrew Jones has more than 20 years’ experience as a geologist in the resources sector and has worked throughout Australia, in West Africa, Southern Africa and South America. He has experience in a range of mineral commodities and has been involved in the discovery of new mineral deposits, extensions to known mineral resources at operating mine sites and has been involved in several feasibility studies for commodities including gold, copper and nickel-cobalt. Mr Jones has a geology degree from RMIT University in Melbourne and has also completed postgraduate studies in both geology and finance. He is a member of both the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) and the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG).
Andrew Mounas | Fertiliser Business Commercialisation
Andrew Mounas is an experienced Executive with substantial experience in the start-up and commercialisation of new businesses across a number of industries. Mr Mounas has held senior and executive roles in ‘blue-chip’ organisations such as BHP, WMC Resources, Asciano, Brookfield and Visy/Pratt Industries. He was the founding secretary of BHP’s Group Investment Committee after the merger of BHP with Billiton. In addition, Andrew has been an Executive Director of a lamb technology / stockfeed business and has been involved through WMC, in the development of the MAP/DAP fertiliser facility near Mount Isa (now owned by Incitec Pivot).
Matt Suttling | Company Secretary and CFO
Matt is a Chartered Accountant in Public Practice providing accounting and secretarial services to listed companies and other enterprises large and small. He has practiced in the corporate mining and commercial sectors for many years providing corporate and management accounting, IPO, financial modelling and resource related work.
He was formerly a Senior Manager in a large Sydney accounting practise within the business services division, where he worked with a diverse client portfolio ranging from public companies to charities to large family businesses, providing audit, tax and other business services. During this time he was responsible for a 30 member team reporting to four Partners, had a secondment to the New York office and was responsible for reviewing, migration and assisting in the development of the internal financial and management reporting systems.
Matt graduated B. Ec. from Macquarie University, and completed the qualification requirements of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia in 1996.