Edition:
United States

Majestic Gold Corp (MJS.V)

MJS.V on TSX Venture Exchange

0.05CAD
1 Dec 2016
Change (% chg)

-- (--)
Prev Close
$0.05
Open
--
Day's High
--
Day's Low
--
Volume
--
Avg. Vol
--
52-wk High
--
52-wk Low
--

Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Gengshu Miao

73 2013 Chairman of the Board

Stephen Kenwood

2014 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

James Mackie

2013 Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary

Shaohui Chen

34 2014 Director

David Duva

2014 Director

John Campbell

2013 Independent Director

Shouwu Chen

51 2013 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Gengshu Miao

Mr. Gengshu Miao is the Chairman of the Board of Majestic Gold Corp. Mr. Miao is a senior economist who spent his entire career in the mining and investment sectors in China. He has held a number of senior positions in the Chinese mining industry, including President of China National Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corporation (now China Minmetals Corp.) from September 1997 through December 2004. China Minmetals is an international metals and mining company with a business scope covering 26 nations and regions worldwide. It employs 17,700 employees and controls 9 listed companies with total assets of RMB 242.1 Billion (C$38 Billion). It ranks 169th among the Fortune Global 500 and 4th among metal companies. From May 1990 to September 1997 Mr. Miao served as Vice-Director of the Shanghai Foreign Economic and Trade Commission. Prior to that, he held several senior management positions at Shanghai Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corporation (1966 to 1990). Mr. Miao also served as a member of The National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, a political advisory body that typically meets annually to make important national level political decisions. He was also a Chairman of Sinotrans & CSC Holdings Co. Ltd. From 2005 to 2011, Sinotrans was engaged in the integrated logistics, shipping and ship building businesses in China. Mr. Miao is currently the President of the China Council for International Investment Promotion ("CCIIP"), a position he has held since 2006. CCIIP is a national organization responsible for promoting China's inward and outward investment in a manner which is in line with China's economic strategies. CCIIP reports directly to the Ministry of Commerce.

Stephen Kenwood

Mr. Stephen P. Kenwood is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. Mr. Kenwood is a registered member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. He received a Bachelor of Science (Geology) degree from the University of British Columbia in 1987. Mr. Kenwood has experience in the area of advanced project development, in British Columbia at the Snip gold project for Cominco Ltd. and at the Eskay Creek deposit for Prime Exploration Ltd. He also worked as a project geologist on the Petaquilla copper gold porphyry project in Panama and has worked on projects in Peru, Chile, and China. Mr. Kenwood is currently a director and President of Sonoro Metals Corp., and is a director of Ely Gold & Minerals Inc., Central Resources Corp., Dakar Resource Corp., San Antonio Ventures Inc., Volcanic Metals Corp. and Remo Resources Inc. He has previously served as a director of Supreme Resources Ltd., Majestic Gold Corp., where he served as chair of the Audit Committee, Global Hunter Corp., Ultra Resources Corp., Whistler Gold Corp., Orofino Minerals Inc., Gothic Resources Inc., Miner River Resources Inc., Catalyst Copper Corp., Indio Ventures Inc., Manu Forti Group Inc., Longbow Mining Corp., Asia Global Holdings Corp., Verona Development Corp. and Cheni Resources Inc.

James Mackie

Mr. James Mackie is Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary of the Company. Mr. Mackie is a Certified General Accountant and has over 15 years of corporate experience in financial management, including corporate governance, government and securities compliance. More recently, he has acted as Corporate Controller for a number of mining exploration companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchanges and TSX Venture Exchange.

Shaohui Chen

Mr. Shaohui Chen is Director of the Company. Mr. Chen was appointed as Chief Financial Officer on February 27, 2009 and resigned on June 30, 2009. Since 2004, Mr. Chen has been a vice president of Micro Express Ltd. for China joint venture projects. Since 2007, he is the general manager of Xinjiang Majestic Mining Inc. a joint venture between Xinjiang Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources and the Company.

David Duva

Mr. David Duva has been appointed as Director of Majestic Gold Corp., with effect from 22 December 2014. Mr. Duval has a wide-ranging background in mineral exploration and development, serving as a director, officer, and consultant for several public companies. More recently, he served as consultant-advisor to a TSX/NYSE-listed company with a development stage gold project in Tanzania. In his capacity as a Special Advisor, Mr. Duval helped raise the company's market profile and played a key role in raising over $50 million for the company in 2010 and 2011.

John Campbell

Mr. John K. Campbell has been appointed as Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Campbell has been actively involved in the mining industry since the 1950s. Mr. Campbell has been President of Teslin, a private company engaged in resource investment and management, since its formation in 1965. Through Teslin, Mr. Campbell previously managed the operation of Noranda's Kennedy Lake 2000 ton per day iron mine on Vancouver Island. Subsequently through Teslin, Mr. Campbell managed Trans America Industries Ltd. ("TSA"), of which Mr. Campbell became President from 1986 to June 2008. During the period, TSA, under a joint venture with a subsidiary of Sherritt Gordon Mines, was involved in the discovery of the Burnt Timber gold deposit in Manitoba, which was subsequently brought to commercial production by Cazador Minerals. TSA acquired the Aguas Blancas iodine deposit in Chile, which it developed through its then 40% subsidiary, Ataccama Minerals, when management was turned over to the Lundin Group, which brought the property to production. In June 2008, TSA, through a merger, became Primary Corp. Ltd. and subsequently Marret Resources Ltd. Mr. Campbell served as a director and chair of the Audit Committee of the merged company until June 2011. He ceased to be a director in June 2012. Mr. Campbell also served as a director of Envoy Capital Group Inc. from June 30, 2009 to March 2010, when it became Merus Labs International. Mr. Campbell holds a law degree from the University of British Columbia (1960), and practiced law full time from 1970 to 1985 in the resource and securities field. Mr. Campbell has been a retired member of the British Columbia Law Society since 1987.

Shouwu Chen

Mr. Shou Wu Chen has been appointed as Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Chen graduated from Jilin University, the People's Republic of China ("PRC") with a bachelor's degree in Mineral Resources Exploration in 1985 and a master's degree of Geological Science in 1988. He has also obtained a master's degree in Business Administration from Richard Ivey Business School of University of Western Ontario in Canada in 2003. He has previously worked at Standard Bank as the senior vice president in the mining and metals division, Kingsway Group as a senior mining analyst, Golden China Management Inc. as a business development manager, and Golden China Resources Corporation as a merchant banking manager. Mr. Grant Chen has previously worked as a geologist and has over 10 years of experience in the precious metals sector in the PRC. He was a council member of China Gold Society and a research professor in the Shenyang Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources of the Ministry of Land and Resources of the PRC. Since April 2010, Mr. Grant Chen has been a director of Fortune Minerals Limited ("FML"), a Canadian company. FML is focused on the development of the Arctos Anthracite metallurgical coal deposits in British Columbia and the NICO gold cobalt bismuth copper deposit in the Northwest Territories.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Gengshu Miao

--

Stephen Kenwood

86,333

James Mackie

186,000

Shaohui Chen

49,597

David Duva

--

John Campbell

--

Shouwu Chen

--
As Of  29 Sep 2014

Options Compensation