G2 Goldfields Inc. management team brings extensive mining industry experience and have proven success in the jurisdictions they operate in, particularly in Guyana. They maintain a keen focus driven by their efforts to deliver exceptional shareholder value in the short and medium term. Their goal is to develop G2’s projects efficiently and effectively, while simultaneously working towards building value for investors making multiple shots at >5M ounce resources.
Patrick Sheridan, M.Sc.
Mr. Sheridan has over 25 years experience working in Guyana and has raised over 400 million dollars for exploration and development projects in Guyana. Mr. Sheridan is credited with the discovery, financing, and development of the Aurora Gold project.
Mr. Sheridan was involved in the financing, development, and sale of Gold Eagle Mining, FNX Mining and others, during the previous mining cycle 2007 – 2011. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics.
Daniel Noone, B.Sc. Geology, MBA
.Mr. Noone (B.Sc. Geology, MBA) has more than 30 years of international mineral exploration and development experience ranging from implementing grass roots programs through to feasibility studies. He is currently the Chairman of GPM Metals Inc., as well as a Director of G2 Goldfields Inc. Previous roles include Executive Director and V.P. of Exploration of Guyana Goldfields, V.P. of Peruvian Operations for Aquiline Resources Inc. and the President and CEO of Absolut Resources Inc. Mr. Noone has held various roles managing projects in Guyana, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Peru, Ecuador and Argentina. He holds a degree in geology from Ballarat University and an MBA from Melbourne University. He is a member of the Institute of Australian Geoscientists (AIG).
Paul Murphy, B. Comm., FCPA
Paul Murphy was a Partner and National Mining Leader of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP from 2004 to April 2010 and Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP since 1981. Throughout his career, Mr. Murphy has worked primarily in the resource sector, with a client list that includes major international oil and gas and mining companies. His professional experience includes financial reporting controls, operational effectiveness, International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”), and SEC reporting issues, financing, valuation, and taxation as they pertain to the mining sector. Mr. Murphy is currently the Chairman of Alamos Gold and a Director of Continental Gold. He was Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Guyana Goldfields from 2010 to 2019 and Chief Financial Officer of Guyana Precious Metals from 2012 to 2018. Mr. Murphy obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University and obtained his Chartered Accountant designation in 1975.
Boaz Wade, BSc Geological Engineering
VP Exploration Guiana Shield
Mr. Wade has successfully managed projects at various stages of Exploration across Guyana, most recently leading the Mine Exploration Geology team at Guyana Goldfields Inc. He was a recognised senior member of the teams responsible for re-interpreting the first order mineralisation controls at the Aurora deposit and re-modelling the geology of the Karouni deposits in Guyana. Mr. Wade obtained a BSc in Geological Engineering from the University of Guyana.
Peter Mullens, B.Sc. Geology
Mr. Mullens is a Geologist with 30 years of experience in the mining industry; and is currently the CEO of GPM MetaMr. Mullens is a Geologist with 30 years of experience in the mining industry; and is currently the CEO of GPM Metals Inc. (TSXV:GPM). Mr. Mullens has been active with junior exploration companies over the past 15 years. He was instrumental in acquiring the Aquiline Resources Navidad project in Argentina, later sold to Pan American Silver for $630 million in 2009. Mr. Mullens was also a co-founder of Lydian Resources which discovered the 4 million-ounce Amulsar Gold Deposit in Armenia and worked with the company from pre-listing to completion of feasibility study in 2013.
Peter is a graduate of Monash University with a B.Sc in Geology. He is a fellow of AusIMM.
Bruce E. Rosenberg ( LL.B)
Mr. Rosenberg has been practicing law in Ontario since 1980. He has extensive experience as a corporate lawyer and commercial litigator. Mr. Rosenberg has acted as legal counsel for several TSX listed junior mining companies and serves on the Board of Directors of three Canadian charitable foundations.
Mr. Prashad has over 10 years of experience in capital markets and the mining industry. He has been involved in the acquisition, development and sale of various stage resource projects around the world and currently serves as Vice President Corporate Development for the Sheridan Platinum Group Ltd.; Trustee for Sheridan Brothers Trust; and CEO of Aurora Royalties Inc. Mr. Prashad is a graduate of the Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program at the University of Toronto.
Mr. Stephen Stow has an MA in jurisprudence from Wadham College (Oxford University), and is a Foundation Fellow of his college at Oxford University. He practised as a commercial lawyer in the cities of London and Hong Kong for 8 years. Mr. Stow has been an adviser, investor, and executive engaged in various resource driven opportunities and “startups” for the last 30 plus years. He has global executive experience in management of private and public companies. Amongst private companies which he helped established prior to 1995, he served as Director of Corporate Finance, Asia for the National Westminster Bank, Hong Kong Division. In 1998, as well as his role in resource companies, he was the original Executive Director of what became a listed fibre optic company with a market cap at one stage of in excess of US$50BN. He served as the President & CEO of Odin Mining & Exploration Ltd from 1994, until it became Lumina Gold Corp. in 2015 and since 2015 has remained a Director. Mr. Stow currently serves as an Independent Director of Amarillo Gold Corporation.