Board and Management

Dennis Karp

Dennis Karp

Executive Chairman

Mr Dennis Karp commenced his career in the Australian financial markets in 1983. He was the Head of Trading at HSBC Australia prior to joining Tennant Limited in 1997, one of Australia’s largest physical commodities trading companies with operations in Asia and Europe. He was a principal shareholder of Tennant Metals until 2010, and managing director until December 2014. Mr Karp founded ResCap in December 2014.

Over the past 10 years, Mr Karp has been involved in various resource projects and investment opportunities in base metals and bulk commodities which have had marketing rights attached.

Mr Karp holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Cape Town.

Anthony McPaul

Anthony McPaul

Non-Executive Director

Mr Anthony McPaul is a senior mining executive with over 35 years’ experience in mining operations and mineral processing. Mr McPaul has worked in and led both open cut and underground operations and was most recently the general manager for Newcrest’s Cadia Valley Operations, in Orange NSW.

Mr McPaul commenced his career as an automotive engineer and progressed to maintenance and then onto operations management at various companies, including CRA, Denehurst, MIM and more recently Newcrest. He has successfully managed a wide range of operating projects from base through to precious metals in both surface and underground mines and has been directly responsible for all aspects of production and scheduling.

Mr McPaul formally retired from Newcrest in July 2016 and has since devoted his time to non-executive and contract roles. Mr McPaul has represented Newcrest and the resources industry on many boards, such as NSW Minerals Council, NSW Minerals Council Executive Committee, and was the NSW Minerals Council representative on the Mine Safety Advisory Council. Mr McPaul has chaired many of these committees.

Mr McPaul is the current Chairman of the NSW Minerals Council Board and Executive Committee and a member of the recently formed Mineral Industry Advisory Council.

Mr McPaul has formal qualifications in automotive engineering from Goulburn TAFE.

Nick Lindsay

Nick Lindsay

Non -Executive Director

Dr Nick Lindsay is an experienced mining executive who brings an attractive mix of commercial, technical and academic qualifications, all of which are relevant to the Company. He has worked directly for a range of major and mid-tier mining companies over his career, and led juniors in copper, gold and silver though listings and mergers. Dr Lindsay is a geologist by profession, specialising in process mineralogy, and has postgraduate degrees from the University of Otago (NZ), the University of Melbourne and the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa). He is a member of the AusIMM and Australian Institute of Geoscientists.

Haydn Lynch

Haydn Lynch

Chief Operating Officer

Over 25 years of M&A, financial markets and private equity experience with a substantive track record in the origination and execution of domestic and cross-border transactions in various sectors including metals & mining and industrials covering counterparties and assets based in Australia, Africa, Japan, China, and Mongolia.

Senior management experience in successfully creating and leading teams of marketers, and corporate finance professionals in global investment banks including Bankers Trust Australia, Investec Bank, RBC Capital Markets and Southern Cross Equities. Co-founder of Metamor Capital Partners a bespoke investor to start-up technology firms.

Haydn has undergraduate degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from the University of Queensland and a Masters in Commerce from the University of New South Wales.

David Power

David Power

General Manager Operations

David has deep operational experience managing mining assets focussing on plant and infrastructure in both underground and open cut operations. He has worked at many of the major mines in the Central West of NSW including Peak Gold, Cadia and Endeavour mines over a cumulative 30+ year period. David has led maintenance programs and managed major plant shutdowns. He has a strong network of suppliers and personal contacts within the region, which has proved to be invaluable in the efficient and safe operation of the Wonawinta and Mt Boppy projects.

David holds statutory qualifications as mining superintendent, qualified trainer and assessor together with numerous ticketed roles.

Craigh Fittock

Craigh Fittock

Senior Mine Geologist Mt Boppy

Craigh has managed geological teams on projects across the globe including Bisha in Eritrea, Boseto in Botswana, Simberi in PNG and a number of Australian based gold projects of varying geological styles including orogenic and epithermal systems.

Craigh holds a Bachelor of Science (Geology) from James Cook University and  diploma in mechanical engineering, Illawarra Institute of Technology.

Barry Willott

Barry Willott

Exploration Consultant

Barry has worked as an exploration geologist, consultant and manager for over 30 years in minerals exploration in all mainland jurisdictions of Australia. Has also successfully explored in central Asia since 2007.  Barry has intimate knowledge of the Cobar region and the prospects on the company’s exploration tenements.  Field programs have been designed for immediate execution which Barry will manage.

Barry has a Bachelor of Science in Geology and Geophysics (Hons) from the University of New England and is a Competent Person for reporting of exploration results and mineral resources according to the JORC and NI 43-101 codes

Rod Griffith

Rod Griffith

Mining and Technical Consultant

Rod has over 25 years mine management and engineering experience as COO and GM in a number of mid tier mining companies.  He has significant Central Western NSW experience with KBL Mining, Silver City Minerals, Girilambone Copper and Cobalt Blue across a number of commodity groups and mining styles.

Rod holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and Surveying from University of Newcastle and a post graduate diploma in mining engineering from the University of Ballarat.