Namibia Critical Metals Inc. (TSXV: NMI |OTC: NMREF) has announced the results of the company’s annual general meeting where shareholders voted for the appointment of Steve Herlihy as a new director for the company.
Steve Herlihy is the chief financial officer of Bannerman Energy Ltd., the company’s largest shareholder, and has over 30 years’ professional experience as a chartered accountant.
Darrin Campbell, president of Namibia Critical Metals, stated: “We are delighted to have Steve Herlihy join our board as we progress our tier-1 Lofdal Heavy rare earth project through feasibility. Steve’s impressive experience in the mining sector will be a welcomed and valued voice on our team.”
Herlihy has an extensive background in the resources sector including several roles within BHP Limited, commencing as global financial controller for BHP Iron Ore before progressing to special project roles.
Prior to BHP, Mr. Herlihy held senior commercial, finance, and business development roles within tier one global resources businesses including Newmont Corporation, Newcrest Mining, Normandy Mining, WMC Resources, and Placer Dome/Barrick Gold.
More recently, Mr. Herlihy was a partner of a national accounting and advisory firm that was part of a top-ten global accounting network. Mr. Herlihy has deep, hands-on experience in project finance and M&A activities.
His broad transactional experience ranges from negotiating small joint venture agreements through to leading commercial roles on large-scale multinational transactions. Mr. Herlihy holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Curtin University, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from the Financial Services Institute of Australia, and a masters of business administration (MBA) from Deakin University.
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