Triton Minerals is governed by an experienced and skilled Board and Managing Director.
Xingmin (Max) Ji
Mr Xingmin Ji has over 20 years of finance and investment experience and has worked in China, Hong Kong, USA, Singapore and Australia in the fields of resource project development, stock market investment, foreign currency, real estate and other investment projects.
Previously, Mr Ji has been the representative of the majority shareholder for more than 20 companies, including a company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. He has also been Director and Chairman for numerous companies, some of which operated international joint ventures.
Mr Ji was the CEO of Minjar Gold between 2011 and 2014 and guided the company from exploration to production and was integral in the sale of Minjar Gold into Shanghai Stock Exchange listed Shandong Tianye.
Mr Ji is currently the Chairman of Minjar Gold and the CEO of Shandong Tianye Australia Group and led Shandong Tianye’s investment in Triton Minerals Limited and Minjar Gold’s recent acquisition of the Pajingo gold mine in Queensland. Mr Ji sits on the Board as a nominee of Shandong Tianye, a substantial shareholder of the Company.
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman
Mr Burke holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Western Australia. He has extensive legal and corporate advisory experience and over the last 10 years has acted as a Director for several ASX, NASDAQ and AIM listed resources companies. His legal expertise is in corporate commercial and securities law in particular capital raisings and mergers and acquisitions. His corporate advisory experience includes identification and assessment of acquisition targets, strategic advice, deal structuring and pricing, funding, due diligence and execution.
Mr Canterbury is a highly regarded senior mining executive with significant knowledge of project development on operations in Australia and Africa. Mr Canterbury was previously the CEO of Bauxite Resources Limited for 2 years. Prior to this he was the CFO of Sundance Resources for six years. He played a lead role in negotiating the Mining and Development convention for Sundance in Cameroon for the US$5 billion integrated iron ore mine, rail and port project. He was also critical in the rebuilding of Sundance as acting CEO following the tragic plane crash in June 2010, which claimed the lives of the CEO and the entire Board.
Between 2001 and 2007, Mr Canterbury was the Chief Financial Officer of Dadco Europe, which owns the Stade Alumina refinery in Germany and a share in the CBG bauxite mine in Guinea. He was responsible for the finance, commerce and logistics functions of the Company. Earlier in his career he held several senior positions with Alcoa World Alumina in the finance, marketing and projects areas in Australia and overseas.
Mr Wang holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Master of Business Administration. He is a certified senior accountant in China and held numerous senior financial roles. He is currently the financial controller of the Jinan Hi Tech Holding Group and is a nominee director of Jigao International Investment Development Co Ltd.