Co-Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer
Mark is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia with 20 years’ experience advising and working for private and public companies. He has experience in capital raising, corporate finance and asset acquisition and disposals.
He is currently acting Chief Financial Officer of THEMAC Resources and Chief Financial Officer of Tulla Private.
Co-Company Secretary and General Counsel
Stephen has over 35 years’ experience as Corporate Counsel/Company Secretary specialising in corporate and administrative management of small and medium‑sized public listed companies. He has been involved in capital raising, prospectus preparation, capital reconstructions and asset acquisitions/disposals.
Stephen is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW and qualified as a Fellow of the Australian Insurance Institute.
He was formerly a director of several gold mining companies, namely Vam Limited, Perseverance Corporation Limited and Mt Gipps Limited.
Stephen is currently Company Secretary and General Counsel of Tulla Private.
Colin graduated from the Western Australia School of Mines in 1976 as a Mining Engineer and obtained a First Class Mine Manager’s Certificate of Competency in 1980.
Colin worked with WMC as a Mine Manager for 14 years, mainly at Kalgoorlie, Kambalda Nickel and Gold Operations and Hill 50 gold mines in Mount Magnet.
He was also Mine Manager at Southern Cross for the Mt Dimer Gold Project, as well as running Mincoa Resources and Mawson Pacific Limited’s gold operations at Marvel Loch. Colin was Principal and part owner of a large mine contracting company called National Mine Management for seven years, which merged with Macmahon Holdings Limited (MAH) in 1995. He was Operations Manager with MAH for four years and specialised in contract mining of open pits, underground mines, crushing and screening.
Colin was Chairman of Tectonic Resources Limited and Perilya Limited, and a Non‑Executive Director of MAH and Firestone Energy Limited.
Colin is currently self‑employed and undertakes contract management and mine design work.
Colin’s services are provided to Tulla Resources in accordance with the terms of a consulting agreement. See Section 184.108.40.206 for further information.
Ken has 50 years of expertise as a mining professional in the natural resources industry in Australia, Canada, Chile, Peru and the United States of America.
Ken graduated from the University of Columbia in 1971 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mining Engineering. He was employed by BHP/BHP Billiton for nearly 40 years until his retirement in 2010.
Following his time at the Island Copper Mine in British Columbia, Ken was transferred to Chile in 1986 as Manager of development for the new Escondida project where he was appointed General Manager of Operations when mining commenced and subsequently Vice President of Operations.
In 1993, Ken was appointed General Manager of Mining for BHP’s Iron Ore division in Western Australia, before returning to Chile as President of Minera Escondida in 1995 (that role was extended to include operations in Peru).
Following the merger of BHP and Billiton in 2002, Ken was President of major projects, business development and Chilean corporate affairs for the base metals division of the merged company. At the time of his retirement in 2010, Ken was Vice President of major projects, closed mines and North American assets.
Following his retirement from BHP Billiton, Ken has consulted on a number of international mining operations and project developments. He also has joined a number of mining industry boards as a Non‑Executive Director, including Taseko Mines, Teck Resources, Northern Dynasty Mining, Endeavour Silver Corporation and Jetti Resources and was previously a Director of Pan Australian Minerals and Enaex Chile.
Ken brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Tulla Resources and is a valuable resource for the Board. Ken’s services are provided to the Company pursuant to a technical advisory agreement. See Section 220.127.116.11 for further information.