THE RAREX CORPORATE TEAM
Mr Young is a highly experienced geologist and was co-founder and executive director of successful ASX200 lithium producer Pilbara Minerals Limited (ASX: PLS). Mr Young played a critical role in growing Pilbara from a junior ASX-listed company to a globally significant $2 billion lithium producer in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Mr Young currently serves as a non-executive director of ASX-listed Bardoc Gold Limited and Trek Metals Ltd
Jeremy Robinson is the founder of RareX that was acquired by Sagon. Mr Robinson has worked in both the capital markets and in-house for junior and mid-cap mining companies for the past 15 years. Mr Robinson is an experienced mining executive having held senior roles at Mungana Goldmines Limited and Apex Minerals Limited. Mr Robinson holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia majoring in Corporate Finance, Investment Finance and Marketing. More
Mr Hardcastle has over 10 years’ experience as a corporate and finance lawyer and extensive experience in corporate governance, risk management and compliance. He has been involved in a broad range of cross-border and domestic transactions including joint ventures, corporate restructuring, project finance, resources and asset/equity sales and acquisitions.
Mr Hardcastle has practiced law both in Australia and overseas and is a partner at Bellanhouse Lawyers. Shaun is currently a non-executive director of ASX listed companies Hawkstone Mining Limited (ASX: HWK) and Schrole Group Limited (ASX: SCL).
Mr Henry is the founding Managing Director of ASX-listed engineering firm, Primero Group Limited (ASX: PGX), where he has led the Company’s strategic and operational direction resulting in its successful listing on the ASX in 2018 and rapid growth globally.
He has been instrumental in positioning the Group to grow within the resources sector as a leader in sub-$150 million CAPEX EPC projects, ensuring it can differentiate its services offering across design, construction and operation. Primero now operates in several regions globally with annual revenues of approximately A$200 million.
Mr Henry has over 20 years of industry experience in the development and delivery of minerals processing, energy and infrastructure projects across Australia, Indonesia, North and South America.
He has been a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors since 2013 and has previously held non-executive roles with ASX-listed resource company Titan Minerals Limited.