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Inca Minerals Ltd (ICG.AX)

ICG.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Ross Brown

2012 Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director

John McKinstry

2011 Chief Operating Officer

David Bent

Executive Director

Wade Johnson

2011 Executive Officer

Justin Walawski

2012 Company Secretary, Director

Gareth Lloyd

2012 Non-Executive Director

Biographies

Name Description

Ross Brown

Mr. Ross Brown serves as Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Executive Director in Inca Minerals Limited since June 7, 2012. He has over 26 years' experience in mineral exploration in Australia, Asia, Africa and South America and he has worked in a broad range of commodities, including gold, base metals, uranium, phosphate and diamonds. He has a rare ability in recognizing the commercial potential of exploration projects and geological process, and has a proven track record of bringing technical-based exploration concepts and projects to market. In 2009, he co-founded the gold/copper exploration company, Mystic Sands Pty Ltd, which was established for the purposes of conducting exploration in Chile, South America. With the assistance of other technical management he was responsible for the composition of the initial project portfolio. Mystic Sands was purchased by Australian-listed explorer White Star Minerals. In 2006 he developed an innovative exploration model for "Langer Heinrich-style" uranium mineralisation that was used as a basis for global project acquisitions in 2006 and 2007. In 2001 he created the diamond company, Central Kimberley Diamonds ("CKD"). In 2011 CKD was bought by an Australian exploration company who intends listing on AIM in London. He turned his attention to Peru in 2009 and through his network of Peruvian-based businessmen and geologists assessed the potential of more than a hundred projects. Ross immediately recognised the great potential of mineral discovery in that country and recognised the potential of Inca's lead project, Chanape, from being a known polymetallic deposit to being that of a potentially gold-silver-copper porphyry deposit. He was the co-founder and Managing Director of Urcaguary Ltd, the Company's fully owned subsidiary (formerly called Inca Minerals Ltd) and he became the Company's Managing Director after its takeover of Urcaguary.

John McKinstry

Mr. John D. McKinstry serves as Chief Operating Officer of Inca Minerals Limited. since January 25, 2011. He is a mining engineer with over 25 years' experience in operation with international mining companies, specialising in the development and bringing to production of mining operations. He spent 12 years in general management roles for Normandy Mining and Newmont Mining (after its takeover of Normandy in 2002), at various mines both in Australia and overseas. Prior to joining Condor Metals, John held the position of Chief Executive Officer of North Queensland Metals Ltd (NQM) from its inception in 2006 until it was taken over in October 2010. NQM's initial project was a feasibility study on a copper/silver/tin/indium project in North Queensland. During his time with NQM he built a team of 180 people, was responsible for raising of $30 million in capital, completed two feasibility studies, executed acquisitions, managed joint venture relationships, delivered profits from operations and increased shareholder value significantly over the period. John joined Normandy Mining Group in 1992, continuing in base metals as manager of mining at the Golden Grove operation in Western Australia. From there he moved to gold working firstly as a senior mining engineer in Perth working on the proposed Boddington Mine, then 18 months in Paris working with the Normandy/BRGM JV, La Source, on gold projects in Africa and Turkey. John returned to Australia in 1996 to be the General Manager of the Pajingo joint venture gold project at Charters Towers and went on to manage other Normandy operations, including Mt Leyshon, Waihi and Midas.

David Bent

Wade Johnson

Justin Walawski

Dr. Justin Walawski, FCPA, BBus., PGradDip., Ph.D., MAICD, serves as Company Secretary and Director of Inca Minerals Limited since November 30, 2012. He was Company's Chairman of the Board from June 8, 2012, to November 30, 2012. Dr. Justin Walawski has held positions on the ASX's Supervisory Liaison Committee, as Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive of the North West Iron Ore Alliance, Chief Executive of the Association of Mining & Exploration Companies, Chairman of Special Olympics Australia (WA), Director of CPA Australia (WA) and as company secretary of Inca Minerals Limited (prior to that company's takeover by Condor Metals Limited). He is also a former member of the Federal Australian Government's Mineral Exploration Action Implementation Committee and the West Australian Government's State Tax Reference Committee. Dr. Walawski is currently a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Finance & Audit Committee for Pindan College Limited (a public company owned by BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Woodside Petroleum and Chevron), a Facilitator for the AICD Company Directors course, and he is a nominee Non-Executive Director of IFS Construction Services Limited.

Gareth Lloyd

Mr. Gareth Lloyd is Non-Executive Director of Inca Minerals Limited since September 14, 2012. He brings has over 30 years of relevant experience in both technical and financial relevant to mining and exploration companies, together with a firm grounding in equity analysis and funds management. A mining engineer by training, he has operating experience in gold, base metals and coal operations in Australia, South Africa and the United Kingdom. He is a part owner of the Element group, a Perth-based boutique advisory and funds management group focused on the resources sector. Through the Element group, Gareth provides strategic advice and fund raising services to both listed and unlisted companies (predominantly mining and exploration companies) using both equity and mezzanine instruments. Prior to establishing Element (in 2008), he was an Associate Director at the Rothschild Group where he helped establish the Golden Arrow Funds I and II, the latter fund becoming the ASX-listed LinQ Resources Fund. He has held a number of senior positions at Australian resource-focused stockbroking firms including Research Director at Hartleys and Resources Analyst at Eyres Reed.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Ross Brown

279,125

John McKinstry

116,341

David Bent

--

Wade Johnson

48,945

Justin Walawski

249,741

Gareth Lloyd

54,625
As Of  29 Jun 2014

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