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>Neil Fearis

Neil Fearis (Chairman)

Neil Fearis has 29 years' experience as a commercial lawyer in the UK and Australia. For 13 years Mr Fearis was a partner in one of Australia's largest national law firms. In 1999, he formed a niche firm specialising in the provision of corporate and commercial legal advice to listed public companies.

Mr Fearis practises principally in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, takeovers, public flotations, and other forms of capital raising.

Mr Fearis is a member of several professional bodies associated with commerce and the law, including the Law Council of Australia, the International Bar Association, the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mr Fearis was formerly WA Chairman of the Australian-British Chamber of Commerce. 

Michael Griffiths - Interim CEO

Mr Griffiths is a qualified geologist, a Fellow of AusIMM and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He brings to Tiger more than 30 years of experience in the minerals and energy sector in Australia and Africa, and adds valuable technical expertise and corporate skills to the board of directors.

He has been a Non-Executive Director of Tiger and will act as Interim CEO for an initial period of six months from August 2015.

Stephen Hills (Finance Director)

Stephen Hills joined Tiger as Chief Financial Officer in June 2010 and has been a key member of the management team that has overseen the successful transition of the Company from a junior explorer to a mid-tier producer.

He is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience as a CFO of both ASX and TSX-listed companies.

Over the past eight years, Mr Hills has worked with companies operating in gold and base-metals exploration and development, and prior to this he worked in the mining services sector.


David Constable (Non-Executive Director)

Mr Constable has extensive experience as an exploration geologist, investor relations professional and company director, having founded and managed a private geological and financial consultancy for eight years. He was Normandy Mining's vice president of investor relations for five years and held a similar role at FNX Mining Company (now QuadraFNX Mining) for eight years.

Mr Constable has served as a non-executive director on boards of Toronto Stock Exchange-listed companies, most recently Moly Mines (also ASX-listed) and Aquiline Resources. He founded and listed two companies and has been involved in financings, acquisitions and divestments in the resources sector.

Mr Constable holds an Honours BSc. degree in Geology and Mathematics from Mount Allison University, New Brunswick, and an MBA from Laurentian University, Ontario. He is a member of the Canadian Institute of Corporate Directors.