Bryce Bradley – President & CEO, Director
With a strong background in Capital Markets and Investment Banking, Ms. Bradley has facilitated the structuring and financing of dozens of private and publicly traded small and micro-cap companies. She founded and served as President of Saltus Mercantile Corp. (now Robson Capital Partners Corp.), a merchant bank focused on capital raising and advisory services for mining exploration companies, before selling it in 2013. She received an Honours B.Sc. degree from the University of Toronto in 1996 and completed the Canadian Securities Course and Partners, Directors and Senior Officers Course.
Scott Hamilton - Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Hamilton is CFO for various TSX listed and private junior mining and industrial companies. For over 19 years, he has been an Information Technology consultant as well as facilitating the accounting and audits for companies in the junior resource and industrial sectors. Mr. Hamilton is a graduate of Malaspina College accounting program.
Bill Brook, Country Manager
Mr Brook is a graduate of the University of Tasmania with over 40 year’s experience in the industry, including senior positions with Australian and international exploration and mining companies. Mr Brook has been working as a geologist in Fiji since 1980, and with the formation of Geopacific Limited in 1986 conducted preliminary sampling on Thunderstruck’s portfolio of properties before discovering the Tuvatu gold deposit to the northwest.
Geoff Taylor, Project Manager
Mr Taylor, M.Sc, Geology, has extensive knowledge of Thunderstruck’s VMS and gold properties, having worked with Anglo Pacific (1975-1981) as Senior Geologist on Nakoro, Wainaleka and with Geopacific Limited (1987) on Liwa Creek. He carried out detailed geological mapping and geochemical sampling for massive sulphide copper/zinc deposits on Nakoro, using his findings to supervise the drill program on both Nakoro and Wainaleka.
Concurrent with his efforts at Anglo Pacific, Geoff undertook his M,Sc. Degree at Imperial College, London, for which he completed his dissertation on “The Criteria for Massive Sulphide Exploration in Volcanic Environments, with Particular Reference to Fiji.”