The Selwyn Resources Board of Directors
Director & Chairman of the Board.
Mr. Lazarovici has extensive board experience, particularly in the mining sector. He currently serves on the board of directors of Abacus Mining and Exploration Corp. and Jaguar Financial Corp., and he previously served on the board of directors of Minera Andes Inc. until the completion of a successful business combination with US Gold Corporation in January 2012. He spent 20 years working in the financial industry in Toronto and New York, as a highly ranked and successful global metals and mining analyst; most recently at BMO Capital Markets and Smith Barney he led teams of analysts that were consistently ranked amongst the top tier in all of the major Canadian and US polls of institutional investors. He is the only analyst to have been recognized as the top analyst in the sector in both the Canadian and U.S. Greenwich Associates surveys. Mr. Lazarovici has a Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng) from Sir George Williams University in Montreal, Quebec and an MBA from York University in Downsview, Ontario. He was previously a member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec and the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario.
Bio to come.
Bio to come.
Mr. Louis Montpellier
Director & Chair of the Corporate Governance & Compensation Committee
Mr. Montpellier is a lawyer by training and worked primarily in the capital markets as counsel to emerging issuers and listed public companies engaged in mineral exploration and mining. Mr. Montpellier has assisted a wide range of businesses in the entire spectrum of corporate finance activities, from accessing seed capital for private companies through to IPOs and subsequent public and private financings and has worked extensively in the field of mergers and acquisitions, hostile and friendly take-over bids, proxy contests, corporate reorganizations, and arrangements. Mr. Montpellier also has experience in debt and project financing for mineral projects, acting both for lenders and borrowers. On the corporate side, he was Vice-President, Corporate Development and General Counsel for Extorre Gold Mines Limited from its creation in 2010 until its acquisition by Yamanma Gold Inc. in 2012 for $414 million.