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We have an experienced management team with extensive knowledge and expertise in the mining industry, and in particular, the development and acquisition of overseas mining projects. We also employ various experienced mining experts to work on site to facilitate the development of the Toromocho Project.
Board Member

Non-executive Directors

  • Dr. Xiong Weiping
    Chairman and Non-executive Director

    Dr. Xiong Weiping, aged 56, has been the general manager of Chinalco since January 2009. He has also been the chairman and chief executive officer of Chalco since May 2009, and is currently serving as chairman of China Copper Corporation Limited, China Rare Earth Co.,Ltd, COH and Chinalco Finance Co., Ltd. He was appointed as chairman and a non-executive Director of the Company on February 28, 2012.

    From June 2006 to January 2009, Dr. Xiong was the vice chairman and general manager of China Travel Service (Holdings) Hong Kong Limited and was an executive director of China Travel International Investment Hong Kong Limited (a company listed on the Stock Exchange) from July 2006 to March 2009. Dr. Xiong served as the vice general manager of Chinalco from February 2001 to June 2006, and was also an executive director (from September 2001 to June 2006), senior vice president (from September 2001 to May 2004) and president (from May 2004 to June 2006) of Chalco. From August 2000 to February 2001, he was a member of the organizing committee of Chinalco. From August 1999 to August 2000, Dr. Xiong served as vice general manager of China Copper, Lead & Zinc Group Corporation.

    Prior to that, Dr. Xiong was the Standing Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Management, and a Professor and Ph.D. tutor of Central South University of Technology. Dr. Xiong has been serving Chalco since September 2001, and played a key role in its formation and initial public offering. During his time as general manager of Chinalco, Dr. Xiong developed the strategy of transforming Chinalco into a top tier global mineral company with most growth potential. Under his leadership, Chinalco has worked towards optimizing the development of aluminum, prioritizing the development of copper, consolidating the development of rare earth, leading in the development of coal and iron ore, endeavoring in engineering developments, selectively entering new business segments, accelerating overseas development, expanding the global trading business and ensuring the supply of materials to China’s military industry and key technological projects.

    Dr. Xiong is also a professor and a Ph.D. tutor of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He is an expert receiving special subsidies from the State Council of the PRC and was recognized by the former Ministry of Personnel as a “Middle Age and Youth Expert with Outstanding Contribution to the Nation”. Dr. Xiong graduated from Central South University of Industry with a master’s degree in mineral processing in December 1983. He obtained a Ph.D. degree in mineral engineering from Central South University of Technology in February 1988 and completed postdoctoral research in economics in the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University in August 1996. He has academic achievements and extensive experience in economics, corporate management and metal mining. Dr. Xiong has over 30 years of research and management experience in the mining industry.

  • Mr. Caiming Liu
    Non-executive Director

    Mr. Caiming Liu (劉才明) (“Mr. Liu”), aged 50, is deputy general manager of Aluminum Corporation of China (“Chinalco”) and a non-executive director of Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (中國鋁業股份有限公司). Graduated from the School of Economics of Fudan University, Mr. Liu is a doctoral candidate, senior accountant and certified public accountant in the PRC. Having been engaged in financial management at large state-owned enterprises for a long time, Mr. Liu has extensive experience in finance and business management. Mr. Liu joined Chinalco in January 2007. He had served as the deputy head and Head of the Finance Department of China Non-ferrous Metals Foreign-Engineering Corporation (中國有色金屬對外工程公司), deputy general manager of China Non-ferrous Metals Construction Group Limited (中國有色金屬建設集團公司), deputy general manager of China Non-ferrous Construction Group Limited (中色建設集團有限公司), director and deputy general manager of China Non-ferrous Metal Industry’s Foreign Engineering and Construction Co., Ltd. (中國有色金屬建設股份有限公司), deputy general manager of China Nonferrous Metals Mining and Construction (Group) Co., Ltd. (中國有色礦業建設集團有限公司), deputy general manager of Chinalco, chairman of the board of Yunnan Copper Industry (Group) Co., Ltd. (雲南銅業(集團)有限公司), chairman of the board of Chinalco Shanghai Copper Co., Ltd. (中鋁上海銅業有限公司), executive director of Chinalco Kunming Copper Co., Ltd. (中鋁昆明銅業有限公司), director and president of China Copper Co., Ltd. (中國銅業有限公司) and the senior vice president and chief financial officer of Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (中國鋁業股份有限公司). Mr. Liu has also acted as the titular deputy head of the Department of Finance of Yunnan Province, a director of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of Yunnan Province and assistant to the governor of Yunnan Province.

  • Mr. Chengzhong Zhang
    Non-executive Director

    Mr. Chengzhong Zhang (張程忠) (“Mr. Zhang”), aged 52, is the deputy general manager of Aluminum Corporation of China (“Chinalco”), a director and the president of China Copper Co., Ltd. (中國銅業有限公司) and the Chairman of the board of China Aluminum International Engineering Corporation Limited (中鋁國際工程股份有限公司) . Mr. Zhang obtained his doctorate degree in nonferrous metals metallurgy from Northeastern University (東北大學) and is also a professor-grade senior engineer. Having been engaged in the management of corporation and strategic development at large state-owned enterprises for a long time, Mr. Zhang has extensive experience in corporate management and strategic development. Mr. Zhang joined Chinalco in July 1982. He had served as the first vice plant director of the Alumina Branch of the Shanxi Aluminum Plant (山西鋁廠氧化鋁分廠), the institute director of the research institute, vice plant director of Shanxi Aluminum Plant (山西鋁廠), plant director of Shanxi Aluminum Plant and the vice president of Aluminum Corporation of China Limited(中國鋁業股份有限公司). Since February 2011, he has been serving as a director and the president of China Copper Co., Ltd. (中國銅業有限公司), the chairman of the board of Chinalco Shanghai Copper Co., Ltd. (中鋁上海銅業有限公司) , the chairman of the board of Yunnan Copper (Group) Co., Ltd. (雲南銅業(集團)有限公司) and the chairman of the board of Chinalco Luoyang Copper Co., Ltd. (中鋁洛陽銅業有限公司).

  • Independent Non-executive Directors

  • Mr. Scott McKee Hand
    Independent Non-executive Director

    Mr. Scott M. Hand, aged 70, was appointed as an independent non-executive Director of the Company on April 10, 2012. Mr. Hand has been the Executive Chairman of Royal Nickel Corporation (“Royal Nickel”) (a company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, stock code: RNX) since November 2009. Royal Nickel is currently pursuing the development of a large nickel mining and processing project in the Province of Quebec in Canada.

    Mr. Hand was Chairman and Chief Executive of Inco Limited (“Inco”) from April 2002 until he retired from Inco in January 2007. Inco was acquired by Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (now called Vale S. A.) in late 2006. Mr. Hand joined Inco in 1973 and held positions in Law, Strategic Planning and Business Development and was President of Inco from 1992 until 2002. Inco is a major global Canadian-based resources enterprise and a leading producer and marketer of nickel and other metals.

    Mr. Hand is currently involved in a number of public and private companies, primarily in the mineral resource industry. In addition to Royal Nickel, he was a member of the boards of directors of Legend Gold Inc. (a company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, stock code: LGN). He was also a director of Fronteer Gold Inc. (a company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange, stock code: FRG) from 2007 to 2011 when Fronteer was sold to Newmont Mining Corporation and Royal Coal Corp. (a company formerly listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, stock code: RDA).

    Mr. Hand has over 37 years experience in all aspects of the mining industry based on his participation in Inco’s mining and processing operations and projects in Canada, Indonesia, New Caledonia and Guatemala and Inco’s processing and refining operations in the United Kingdom, Japan, China, South Korea and Taiwan. In addition to nickel, Inco was an important producer and refiner of copper, cobalt and the precious and platinum-group metals. Mr. Hand was also a member of the boards of directors of the Nickel Institute and P.T International Nickel Indonesia tbk. Mr. Hand is currently engaged in a number of private ventures in copper, gold, oil and gas and industrial minerals.

    Mr. Hand is also a member of the board of directors of Manulife Financial Corporation (a company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, stock code: MFC) (a major worldwide insurance and financial services company) in Canada, Boyd Technologies LLC (non-woven materials) in the U.S. and World Wildlife Fund Canada.

    Mr. Hand received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hamilton College in the United States in June 1964 and after spending two years in Ethiopia with the U.S. Peace Corps, he entered Cornell Law School in the United States and graduated with a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree in June 1969. Mr. Hand then joined a New York City law firm and worked there until he joined Inco in 1973.

  • Mr. Ronald Ashley Hall
    Independent Non-executive Director

    Mr. Ronald Ashley Hall, aged 59, was appointed as an independent non-executive Director of the Company on April 10, 2012. He is an independent consultant advising on technical and strategic issues. He has over 30 years professional experience in the copper mining industry. He has been involved in business and mining opportunities in China, India, Russia, North America and South America.

    From 2004 to 2011, Mr. Hall was vice president of Wardrop Engineering, a privately owned Canadian engineering company engaged in providing engineering design and consulting services to the Mining, Energy and Infrastructure sectors in Canada. He started the Wardrop practice in Vancouver and grew the business to over 100 employees in Vancouver in a two-year period. Mr. Hall became a partner in the firm in 2005 and initiated Wardrop Engineering’s international growth through the opening of offices in the UK, Beijing, Hong Kong and Perth over the following 5 years. In 2008, Wardrop Engineering was sold to Tetratech Inc., a large publicly traded engineering company based in the USA. Mr. Hall retired from the company in April 2011.

  • Mr. Lai Yat Kwong Fred
    Independent Non-executive Director

    Mr. Lai Yat Kwong Fred, aged 64, was appointed as an independent non-executive Director on April 10, 2012. Mr. Lai has over 39 years of experience in accounting, auditing and company secretarial matters. He has been an executive director and the chief financial officer of Champion Technology Holdings Limited, a company listed on the Stock Exchange ( stock code: 92) since April 1996 with responsibility for its financial and accounting policy and control after initial service in March 1994 as Company Secretary. He has been the chief executive officer (acting), chief financial officer and an executive director of Kantone Holdings Limited, a company listed on the Stock Exchange ( stock code: 1059 ) since November 1996. He is primarily responsible for overseeing the entire operation. He has served as a non-executive director of DigitalHongKong.com, a company listed on the Stock Exchange ( stock code: 8007 ) since January 2005 where he joined the Board of Directors to ensure the proper and profitable operation of the Group. He has also served as an independent non-executive director of Trony Solar Holdings Company Limited, a company listed on the Stock Exchange ( stock code: 2468 ) since October 2011 and is the Chairman of the audit committee of the Company.

    From July 1981 to March 1994, Mr. Lai was in private practice as a Certified Public Accountant when he was involved in providing services to clients in auditing, taxation and management consulting. From March 1978 to July 1981, he was accountant of The Chartered Bank Hong Kong Trustee Limited. His responsibilities included all the Trustee Business. From October 1976 to March 1978, he was an international internal auditor of American International Group where he oversaw the operations of South East Asia. East Asia. From July 1972 to October 1976, he served as auditor of Price Waterhouse & Co. Certified Public Accountants.

    He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in July 1972. He is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (Practising).

  • Francisco Augusto Baertl Montori
    Independent Non-executive Director

    Mr. Francisco Augusto Baertl Montori, aged 69, was appointed as an independent non-executive Director of the Company on April 10, 2012.

    Since December 2010, he has served as a director of Golden Alliance Resources, a company listed on the TSX Venture Stock Exchange (TSX.V: GLL). Golden Alliance Resources is active in gold, copper and silver exploration.

    Since September 2007, he has been a director of Norsemont Mining Inc, which was listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: NOM) and the Lima Stock Exchange, but was delisted after being bought by Hudbay Resources in February 2011. Norsemont Mining Inc. is active in exploration of copper, molybdenum and silver.

    Since July 2004, he has been a director of Alturas Minerals Corp., which is listed on the TSX Venture Stock Exchange (TSX-V, BVL: ALT). From July 2007 to March 2009, he was the Chairman of Alturas Minerals Corp. Alturas Minerals Corp. is active in mineral exploration. Since March 2002, he has been a director of Interbank Peru, the second Peruvian commercial bank, listed on the Lima Stock Exchange with offices in Shanghai, China and Sao Paulo, Brasil.

    From March 2005 up to March 2011 he was Director of Grana & Montero, listed on the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL: GRAMONC1) and active in construction and real estate. Since April 2001 he has been a Director of FIMA, listed on the Lima Stock Exchange (Stock Code: FIMA I1) and active in manufacturing of equipment for mining and other activities.

    From June 2009 to November 2010, he was a director of Dorato Resources Inc. Dorato Resources is listed on the TSX Venture Stock Exchange (TSX-V: DRI) and active in gold and copper exploration.

    From May 1967 to December 1996, he served Compania Minera Milpo (“Milpo”), a company listed on the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL: MILPOC1) and one of the leading mining companies in Peru, active in the exploration and production of copper, zinc and lead, concentrates. With previous work experience as Mine Foreman at the San Cristobal mine of Cerro de Pasco Corporation from March 1966 to April 1967, he joined Milpo as Mine Superintendent in its El Porvenir underground mine in May 1967; from January 1970 to April 1982, he served Milpo as Operations Manager, from May 1982 to March 1994, he served Milpo as Chief Operating Officer and from April 1994 to December 1996, he served Milpo as President & Chief Executive Officer.

  • Executive Directors

  • Dr. Peng Huaisheng
    CEO and Executive Director

    Dr. Peng Huaisheng, aged 48, was appointed as a Director of the Company on April 1, 2011 and has been redesignated as the chief executive officer and an executive Director of the Company since February 28, 2012. Since January 2008, Dr. Peng has served as chairman of Chinalco Peru, where he has been responsible for daily management and strategy development. During this period, Dr. Peng has also been the vice chairman and a director of COH. Dr. Peng also held the position of vice president of China Copper Corporation Limited*(中國銅業有限公司)previously. From December 2005 to January 2008, Dr. Peng was the standing vice general manager of China Enfi Engineering Corporation (“Enfi”).

    During his time at Enfi, Dr. Peng was responsible for mining related engineering design, research and development, engineering procurement construction and management, as well as project and company management. Dr. Peng participated in the design and construction of over 30 mines of various metals located both in China and overseas, including the Chambishi copper mine in Zambia, the Ramu laterite nickel mine in Papua New Guinea, the Oyu Tolgoi copper mine in Mongolia, where he was involved in compiling the China version of the feasibility study report, and a copper refinery project in Zambia. Dr. Peng also provided consultancy services to various investment companies on technical aspects on acquisitions of a number of a number of mines outside China.

    Dr. Peng is a senior engineer with professor qualification. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in mining engineering from Northeast Institute of Technology in July 1984 and also obtained a doctorate degree in mining engineering from Central South University in December 2000. He also obtained an MBA from Tsinghua University in January 2003. In 1988 he attended the advanced mining extraction technique programme organised by Lulea University of Technology in Sweden. Dr. Peng is currently a PhD tutor for the mining economics major at Central South University, and a member of the overseas organisation committee of International Mining Congress & Expo. Dr. Peng has over 25 years of experience in design, research and management in non-ferrous engineering and the mining industry.

  • Mr. Huang Shanfu
    Vice President and Executive Director

    Mr. Huang Shanfu, aged 46, has been a director and the president and CEO of Chinalco Peru since December 2010, and has been in charge of the construction of the Toromocho Project. He was appointed as an executive Director and vice president of the Company on February 28, 2012.

    From February 2010 to November 2010, Mr. Huang was the general manager of the Enterprise Management Department of China Copper Corporation Limited, overseeing the daily operation of the Enterprise Management Department. Mr. Huang was the vice general manager of Yunnan Copper Group from December 2004 to November 2010, and was responsible for technology development and further processing of products. From November 2003 to December 2004, he was the assistant to the general manager of Yunnan Copper Group, and was responsible for technology development. From May 1998 to November 2003, Mr. Huang served as a director and vice general manager of Yunnan Copper Industry Co., Ltd., where he was in charge of production and operation of the company. From October 2006 to January 2010, Mr. Huang was a director, president and CEO of Chambishi Copper Smelter Limited in Zambia, where he was responsible for the construction and operation of the company. From January 2005 to September 2006, he was a director of P.T. Hanjaya Smelting Indonesia in Indonesia, where he was in charge of the company’s establishment preparation. He participated in the exchange program to Norddeutsche Affinerie AG from December 2003 to June 2004.

    Mr. Huang is a professoriate senior engineer. He graduated from Kunming Institute of Technology majoring in non-ferrous metallurgy and obtained a masters degree in metallurgical management from Kunming University of Science and Technology in July 2002. Mr. Huang has over 22 years of mining experience, particularly in the copper industry.

  • Ms. Liang Yunxing
    CFO and Executive Director

    Ms. Liang Yunxing, aged 39, has been an executive Director and the chief financial officer of the Company since November 22, 2012.

    Before joining the Company, Ms. Liang had worked for over 14 years with China National Travel Service (HK) Group Corporation (HKCTSG), which is one of China’s major multinational state-owned enterprises headquartered in Hong Kong. During various positions in HKCTSG, Ms. Liang had worked in Hong Kong and United States of America for 9 years.

    From May 2009 to October 2012, Ms. Liang was a director and the chief financial officer of HKCTS (China) Investment Limited, one of the largest property developers in Mainland China focusing on developing large-scaled scenic spots, hotels, resorts, commercial properties and residential units. During this period, Ms. Liang was responsible not only for financial management and risk controls but also for project and company operation management including cost controls, quality controls, schedule controls and performance measurement.

    From October 2006 to April 2009, Ms. Liang was the general manager of the finance department of China Travel International Investment Hong Kong Limited (CTII). CTII is a red chip stock company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code: HK00308) and the flagship company of HKCTSG in travel industry. During this period, Ms. Liang reported directly to the board of directors and her main responsibilities involved financial reporting, improving the accounting information systems and internal control systems, budgetary controls and performance measurement, M&As, divestment, investment management, strategy development, corporate governance and other strategic issues. She also assisted the board of directors with liaising with the investors, analysts and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

    From March 2004 to September 2006, Ms. Liang was the assistant general manager of the finance department of China National Travel Service (HK) Group Corporation (HKCTSG). During this period, Ms. Liang assisted the chief financial officer of HKCTSG in the financial and accounting affairs, as well as in strategy development, group reconstruction, M&As, investment management, divestment and other strategic and major business decision makings. Ms. Liang obtained a bachelor’s degree in International Accounting in July 1995 and obtained a master’s degree in accounting in July 1998 from Renmin University of China. She is a member of the Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

  • Toromocho Project Management Team

  • Dr. Ezio Martino Buselli Canepa
    Vice President of Health, Safety and Environment of Chinalco Peru

    Dr. Ezio Martino Buselli Canepa, aged 50, joined Chinalco Peru in May 2008 serving as vice president of health, safety and environment in May 2008. Currently he is responsible for environmental and government affairs, public and community relations, communications and permitting of Chinalco Peru.

    Previously, from October 1997 to May 2008, Dr. Buselli Canepa served as director of environmental services for Southern Peru Copper Corporation (listed on the New York and Lima stock exchanges (SCCO), “Southern Peru”). Southern Peru is an integrated copper mining — metallurgical operation consisting of two world class open pit copper/molybdenum mines, concentrators and leaching/SXEW operations located in the lower Andean Mountains of Peru, a coastal copper smelting-refining complex, a port facility and ancillary operations. Dr. Buselli Canepa was responsible for Southern Peru’s Environmental Management and Compliance Program (1997-2007) consisting of prevention, modernization, and remediation programs totaling over US$ 600 million. He was also responsible for corporate environmental matters in new project development, environmental assessment, and permitting processes, including active participation in corporate regulatory affairs and assisting the company to successfully obtain approval of EIAs for a river diversion project, expansion of leach dumps and SXEW operations, and port operations for shipment of sulphuric acid.

    From February 1997 to September 1997, he served as technical manager for Walsh Perú S.A. Environmental Scientists & Engineers (“Walsh”), a consulting firm. During this period, he managed projects primarily for Shell Prospecting and Development (Peru) B.V., in Camisea, Peru; EnerSur S.A. (a subsidiary of Suez Energy) — Power Plant 1, Ilo, Peru; and Southern Peru Copper Corporation, Toquepala, Cuajone and Ilo, Peru.

    Before joining Walsh, from June 1995 to June 1996, he served as chief agronomist and from June 1996 to January 1997, he served as chief environmental scientist at Southern Peru Copper Corporation.

    From June 1989 to December 1994, he worked as a cooperative research assistant with the USDA Forest Service and Utah State University. Dr. Buselli Canepa was associated with the Disturbed Land Reclamation Project at the Intermountain Research Station in Logan, Utah. He developed methods to assess bioavailability of plant nutrients and toxic elements in water, sediments, soils and mine spoils and studied release kinetics of nutrient and toxic elements from solid surfaces. His research was conducted primarily on abandoned mine sites in Cooke City, Montana; Hawthorne and Birch Creek, Nevada; and Soda Springs, Idaho.

    He obtained a Ph.D. degree in soil physical chemistry from Utah State University in May 1995.
  • Mr. David John Thomas
    Consultant of Chinalco Peru

    Mr. David John Thomas, aged 68, serves as Consultant of Chinalco Peru. Mr. Thomas also held the position of executive vice president and chief operating officer of Chinalco Peru previously. From April 2010 through December 2010, he was vice president of operations, where he was primarily responsible for the technical development of the Toromocho Project, including coordination with Aker Solutions (now Jacobs), EPCM contractor for the project, including feasibility study, basic engineering, detailed engineering and construction. He served as a technical consultant of Chinalco Peru from April 2005 to March 2010. Mr. Thomas has more than 40 years of managerial experience in mine-related project development, finance, banking and advisory, engineering, construction and operations.

    From January 2008 through June 2009, Mr. Thomas was a director of Rio Alto Mining Limited (listed on TSX-V (RIO), in the Lima Bolsa (RIO), in the OTCQX (RIOAF) and in Frankfurt (MS2).), where he was responsible for general corporate development. From October 2002 to June 2004, he was the managing director of Volta Aluminum Company, an aluminum smelter on the coast of Ghana at Tema, near the capital, Accra, with a capacity of 200,000 tonnes of metal production per year, previously owned by Kaiser Aluminum and Alcoa, currently owned by the Government of Ghana. He was responsible for the operation of the facility. His responsibilities also included negotiations with the Government of Ghana for the sale of VALCO which was concluded in October 2004. From March 2003 to June 2004, he was also a director of Anglesey Aluminium (a joint venture company of Kaiser and Rio Tinto) in Wales, where he was involved in general corporate development. From October 2000 to January 2002, he was the vice president of Technical Services of PT Freeport Indonesia, the largest copper and gold mining company in Indonesia. He was responsible for hydrology, geotechnical monitoring and control, including slope, dump stability and underground block caving, tailings management, implementing an acid rock drainage (ARD) strategy for on-going control of ARD during mining as well as the preparations necessary for mine closure, reclamation and post mining sustainable land use of the mine site, review and approval of all capital expenditures, coordination with engineering and construction group on all major E & C projects.

    From October 1997 to December 1999, he served as the vice president — operations of Southern Peru Copper Corporation, where he was responsible for all company’s Peruvian operations, including two mines, two concentrators, smelter, refinery, SXEW; environmental services; technology services; administrative services; safety; liaison and coordination on all project engineering, expansion and construction activities. His achievements during his tenure as vice president — operation include a reduction in cash cost from US$0.57/lb to US$0.48/lb; expansion of Cuajone mine and concentrator from 64K to 96K tons/day ore; expansion of Toquepala SXEW plant capacity from 50K tpy cathode to 62.5K tpy cathode; reduction of accident rate by 50%; reduction of workforce by 1,000; implementation of modernization and upgrade of mining equipment fleet. From April 1977 to June 1987, he held various managerial positions in Southern Peru Copper Corporation including Assistant Mine Manager, Mine Manager, Chief Engineer and Area Manager, Toquepala. From April 1996 to October 1999, he also served as the director of Resource Pacific Pty Ltd (Australia), where he was responsible for general corporate development.

    Mr. Thomas obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mining Engineering from the University of Utah in June 1967, and a Master’s Degree in Mineral Resources Engineering from the University of Minnesota in March 1971.

  • Mr. Leo Leroy Hilsinger
    Construction Vice President of Chinalco Peru

    Mr. Leo Leroy Hilsinger, aged 61, is the construction vice president of Chinalco Peru. He is responsible for the construction of the Toromocho Project, processing plant, new Morococha city construction, central highway relocation, lime plant facility and highway overpass project to new Morococha city. Mr. Hilsinger joined Chinalco Peru in March 2010.

    Mr. Hilsinger has substantial experience in construction engineering on domestic and overseas projects for copper and other non-ferrous metals and minerals industry. From July 1999 to February 2010, he held various managerial positions in Aker Solutions including construction manager where he was responsible for its construction projects in South America, and the director of construction and management board member for Kvaerner, Metals E&C Division in San Ramon where he was responsible for the management and administration of the construction department.

  • Joint Company Secretary

  • Mr. Du Qiang
    Joint Company Secretary

    Mr. Du Qiang, 42, is a director and the chief representative of the Beijing representative office of Chinalco Peru. He was a director, secretary and treasurer of the Company from January 2010 to February 2012. He joined the Chinalco group as senior business manager of COH in 2009. Previously he had been a senior project manager at Kamsky Associates Inc. and, prior to that, the general manager of Chinatex Leanfaith Garment Company Limited and a manager responsible for mergers and acquisitions in the Strategic Department of Chinatex Corporation Limited, as a result of which he had been involved in commercial negotiations relating to various M&A and joint venture projects.

    He has a strong professional background and substantial experience in business operations and management, investment and M&A transactions, corporate governance and risk control. He obtained an MBA degree from Peking University in July 2002 and is a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certified by Global Association of Risk professionals in April 2010.

  • Ms. Mok Ming Wai
    Joint Company Secretary

    Ms. MOK Ming Wai, aged 41, is a Director of KCS Hong Kong Limited. She has over 15 years of professional and in-house experience in the company secretarial field. She is a fellow member of the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in the United Kingdom. She currently acts as the joint company secretary of Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co., Ltd. (stock code: 02607), Huaneng Renewables Corporation Limited (stock code: 00958), New China Life Insurance Company Ltd (stock code: 1336), China Hanking Holdings Limited (stock code: 03788), Haitong Securities Co., Ltd (stock code: 6837), Huadian Fuxin Energy Corporation Limited (stock code: 816), Xiao Nan Guo Restaurants Holdings Limited (stock code: 3666), and Dynam Japan Holdings Co., Ltd. (stock code: 6889), and also acts as the sole company secretary of C. banner International Holdings Limited (stock code: 01028), Tenfu (Cayman)Holdings Company Limited (stock code: 06868), SPT Energy Group Inc. (stock code: 1251), China Yongda Automobiles Services Holdings Limited (stock code: 3669), China NT Pharma Group Company Limited (stock code: 1011) and Kai Shi China Holdings Company Limited (stock code: 1281).

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