Board of Directors
|Graham H. Scott|
Position: Corporate Secretary and Director
Mr. Scott is an associate of McCullough O'Connor Irwin LLP, and the former principal of VECTOR Corporate Finance Lawyers. Mr. Scott practices corporate and commercial law, with emphasis on securities law and mining law. He represents many Canadian public companies which are listed on the TSX and TSX Venture Exchanges, in addition to clients in the corporate finance business. Called to the bar in 1981, Mr. Scott is listed as "consistently recommended" in the area of Mining in LEXPERT.CA, a directory of Canadian lawyers based on a survey of the legal community. In addition, he is listed in The International Who's Who of Mining Lawyers published by London-based Law Business Research Ltd.
Position: President, CEO & Director
Mr. Davis joined the Condor board of directors as an independent director prior to its initial public offering in 2006. At that time, he was providing corporate finance, advisory, and management services to public companies. Mr. Davis previously worked in corporate finance with Ernst & Young, and C.M. Oliver and Company, both in Vancouver, and prior thereto, with the Vancouver Stock Exchange. He has a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from Queen's University, an MBA from the University of British Columbia, and is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta. Mr. Davis is the Chairman and a director of Giga Metals Corporation (formerly Hard Creek Nickel Corporation), and a director of Earl Resources Limited.
Mr. Larkin is President of the New Dawn Group, an investment and financial consulting firm located in Vancouver, British Columbia. New Dawn is primarily involved in corporate finance, merchant banking and administrative management of public companies. Mr. Larkin held various accounting and banking positions for over a decade before founding New Dawn in 1983. He is currently President of Tyner Resources Ltd. (TSX-V) and serves on the boards of US Geothermal Inc., LNG Energy Ltd. and Kenai Resources Ltd.
|Robert T. Boyd, P. Geo.|
Mr. Boyd is an independent director of the Company, and a senior mining executive with over 30 years experience in exploration, executive-level management, corporate finance and corporate governance. Mr. Boyd was President and CEO of Athabasca Potash Inc., and was President, CEO and a director of Ashton Mining of Canada Inc. prior to its acquisition in 2007. Before joining Ashton, Mr. Boyd was a founding principal and major shareholder of a financial and strategic advisory firm to the mining and mineral exploration industry and was also formerly V.P. Exploration for Homestake Canada Limited. Mr. Boyd is a widely respected geologist and gemmologist. He is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C., the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the Society of Economic Geologists, and a Fellow of the Gemmological Associations of Great Britain and Canada. Mr. Boyd continues to serve on several corporate boards, and also serves as a director of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, and the Association for Mineral Exploration B.C.
|Francisco de Undurraga|
Mr. De Undurraga is a resident of Santiago, Chile, and a significant shareholder of the Company.
Mr. de Undurraga is a member of the board of Sundance Investment LLC, a company controlled by Citigroup Venture Capital International (CVCI), operating in oil exploration in the Peruvian Amazonia since 2006. He is also the founder and Chairman of FIP Ariston Cima, a private investment fund based in Santiago, Chile, since 2004, and managed by BTG Pactal, one of the most important South American investment banks. Ariston Cima manages diversified investments in the forestry, real estate, oil and mining exploration and financial sectors.
Mr. de Undurraga has had an extensive corporate executive career, holding positions as senior executive and CEO in several Chilean based companies that include Enersis and Laboratorio Chile, both with wide international operations in South America and listed on the Santiago Stock Exchange and NYSE as well.
Mr. de Undurraga originally graduated as Civil-Industrial Engineer from the Universidad de Chile in Santiago, and subsequently graduated in Nuclear Engineering from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Madrid, Spain. He also graduated from the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University in California.