Peter Nixon

Independent Director & Chairman

Peter Nixon

Upon graduation from McGill University in 1968 (major in economics and history) Mr. Nixon joined the Research Department of Baker, Weeks and Co, a prominent Institutional Wall Street brokerage, where he began his career as a research associate as a member of the Oil and Gas Research team in Montreal. He was transferred to Toronto in the early 1970s and joined the Canadian Institutional Sales and Trading team as one of its founding members. Through the 1970s, Mr. Nixon was actively engaged in the coverage of a number of major Canadian institutional investors. In 1980, Mr. Nixon joined Loewen Ondaatje and McCutcheon, at the time one of Canada’s premier institutional boutiques, where he was responsible for expanding the company’s institutional penetration in the United States, primarily covering those institutional investors that invested in the Canadian natural resources sector. In 1989, he left to become a founding partner of Goepel, Shields and Company. His role there included the start-up of a U.S. subsidiary company. Until 1998, he was President of Goepel Shields USA Inc. During that period, he provided coverage of a number of the leading natural resource investors in Canada and the U.S. In 1998, he was hired by Dundee Securities to establish a US subsidiary, Prior to leaving in December of 2000, he was President of Dundee Securities USA Inc., where he continued his coverage of a number of US - based resource funds.

Since 2001, Mr. Nixon has served on the boards of a number of publicly traded junior mining companies. Currently Mr. Nixon is also on the Board of Dundee Precious Metals, Reunion Gold Corporation and Stornoway Diamond Corporation. Mr. Nixon also served on the Boards of Ariane Gold Corp which was acquired by Cambior Inc. in November 2003 and Miramar Mining Corp which was acquired by Newmont Mining in December 2007.


Peter Nixon

Independent Director & Chairman

Peter Nixon

Upon graduation from McGill University in 1968 (major in economics and history) Mr. Nixon joined the Research Department of Baker, Weeks and Co, a prominent Institutional Wall Street brokerage, where he began his career as a research associate as a member of the Oil and Gas Research team in Montreal. He was transferred to Toronto in the early 1970s and joined the Canadian Institutional Sales and Trading team as one of its founding members. Through the 1970s, Mr. Nixon was actively engaged in the coverage of a number of major Canadian institutional investors. In 1980, Mr. Nixon joined Loewen Ondaatje and McCutcheon, at the time one of Canada’s premier institutional boutiques, where he was responsible for expanding the company’s institutional penetration in the United States, primarily covering those institutional investors that invested in the Canadian natural resources sector. In 1989, he left to become a founding partner of Goepel, Shields and Company. His role there included the start-up of a U.S. subsidiary company. Until 1998, he was President of Goepel Shields USA Inc. During that period, he provided coverage of a number of the leading natural resource investors in Canada and the U.S. In 1998, he was hired by Dundee Securities to establish a US subsidiary, Prior to leaving in December of 2000, he was President of Dundee Securities USA Inc., where he continued his coverage of a number of US - based resource funds.

Since 2001, Mr. Nixon has served on the boards of a number of publicly traded junior mining companies. Currently Mr. Nixon is also on the Board of Dundee Precious Metals, Reunion Gold Corporation and Stornoway Diamond Corporation. Mr. Nixon also served on the Boards of Ariane Gold Corp which was acquired by Cambior Inc. in November 2003 and Miramar Mining Corp which was acquired by Newmont Mining in December 2007.

Keith Allred

Independent Director

Keith Allred

Keith is a partner at the Cicero Group, a 200-person leading strategy consulting and market research firm based in Salt Lake City and is also the founder and a director of The Common Interest, a citizens’ group of more than 1,700 Republicans, Democrats, and independents. In 2014, he founded Common Sense PAC with top Idaho business leaders and retired Republican lawmakers. Within Idaho, Mr. Allred is notable for being the 2010 Democratic candidate for Governor of Idaho. Mr. Allred has also served as a professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Oxford’s Said School of Business, and at Columbia University, he holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and BA in American History from Stanford University.


Keith Allred

Independent Director

Keith Allred

Keith is a partner at the Cicero Group, a 200-person leading strategy consulting and market research firm based in Salt Lake City and is also the founder and a director of The Common Interest, a citizens’ group of more than 1,700 Republicans, Democrats, and independents. In 2014, he founded Common Sense PAC with top Idaho business leaders and retired Republican lawmakers. Within Idaho, Mr. Allred is notable for being the 2010 Democratic candidate for Governor of Idaho. Mr. Allred has also served as a professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Oxford’s Said School of Business, and at Columbia University, he holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and BA in American History from Stanford University.

Michael Bogert

Independent Director

Michael Bogert

Currently an attorney in Parsons Behle & Latimer’s Boise and Washington DC offices, Mr. Bogert is the former counselor to U.S. Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, the former regional administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (“EPA”) Region 10 office in Seattle and the former counsel to the Governor of the State of Idaho. As counselor to Secretary Kempthorne, Mr. Bogert advised the Secretary on various policy issues in the areas of endangered species and served as the Governor’s lead policy negotiator on Tribal water rights settlements. As the regional administrator for EPA Region 10, Mr. Bogert was responsible for leading EPA’s partnerships with the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska, as well as the 271 federally recognized Tribes in EPA Region 10. He has also previously served on the Board of Directors of a publicly-traded mining company.


Michael Bogert

Independent Director

Michael Bogert

Currently an attorney in Parsons Behle & Latimer’s Boise and Washington DC offices, Mr. Bogert is the former counselor to U.S. Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, the former regional administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (“EPA”) Region 10 office in Seattle and the former counsel to the Governor of the State of Idaho. As counselor to Secretary Kempthorne, Mr. Bogert advised the Secretary on various policy issues in the areas of endangered species and served as the Governor’s lead policy negotiator on Tribal water rights settlements. As the regional administrator for EPA Region 10, Mr. Bogert was responsible for leading EPA’s partnerships with the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska, as well as the 271 federally recognized Tribes in EPA Region 10. He has also previously served on the Board of Directors of a publicly-traded mining company.

Mark Hill

Director

Mark Hill was appointed Chief Investment Officer for Barrick in September 2016, this is a new position that ensures a high degree of consistency and rigor is applied to all capital allocation decisions at Barrick. Mr. Hill chairs Barrick’s Investment Committee, bringing added technical experience to the investment review process. He is also a member of the Company’s Executive Committee, as well as Barrick’s Growth Group, and oversees an Evaluations team that independently scrutinizes proposed expenditures before they go to the Investment Committee. Mr. Hill has more than 25 years of experience in the mining industry. He re-joined Barrick after four years at Waterton Global Resource Management, where he was a partner and Head of Mining. Mr. Hill’s prior positions at Barrick included Vice President, Evaluations, and Vice President, Capital Projects. He has also held senior positions with BHP Billiton, AngloGold Ashanti, Placer Dome, and WMC Ltd. Mr. Hill holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering, and a Graduate Diploma in Mineral Economics.


Mark Hill

Director

Mark Hill was appointed Chief Investment Officer for Barrick in September 2016, this is a new position that ensures a high degree of consistency and rigor is applied to all capital allocation decisions at Barrick. Mr. Hill chairs Barrick’s Investment Committee, bringing added technical experience to the investment review process. He is also a member of the Company’s Executive Committee, as well as Barrick’s Growth Group, and oversees an Evaluations team that independently scrutinizes proposed expenditures before they go to the Investment Committee. Mr. Hill has more than 25 years of experience in the mining industry. He re-joined Barrick after four years at Waterton Global Resource Management, where he was a partner and Head of Mining. Mr. Hill’s prior positions at Barrick included Vice President, Evaluations, and Vice President, Capital Projects. He has also held senior positions with BHP Billiton, AngloGold Ashanti, Placer Dome, and WMC Ltd. Mr. Hill holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering, and a Graduate Diploma in Mineral Economics.

Marcelo Kim

Director

Marcelo Kim

Mr. Kim joined the Midas Gold board in March 2016 and has been a Partner at Paulson & Co. Inc. since 2011, where he oversees natural resource investments, specializing in gold, base metals, bulk commodities and oil & gas. Prior to that, commencing in 2009, he was a generalist analyst covering event arbitrage investment opportunities across broad sectors and capital structures. He is a graduate of Yale University, where he received his BA in Economics with honors.


Marcelo Kim

Director

Marcelo Kim

Mr. Kim joined the Midas Gold board in March 2016 and has been a Partner at Paulson & Co. Inc. since 2011, where he oversees natural resource investments, specializing in gold, base metals, bulk commodities and oil & gas. Prior to that, commencing in 2009, he was a generalist analyst covering event arbitrage investment opportunities across broad sectors and capital structures. He is a graduate of Yale University, where he received his BA in Economics with honors.

Stephen Quin

President, CEO & Director

Stephen Quin

Stephen Quin was appointed president, chief executive officer and a director of Midas Gold, Inc. effective January 1, 2011 and guided the Company through the completion of the acquisition of the Yellow Pine deposit, which forms a core asset in the Stibnite Gold Project, the creation of Midas Gold Corp. and its combination with Midas Gold, Inc. in April 2011, the 2011 TSX listing of Midas Gold Corp., and subsequent advancement of the Stibnite Gold Project and fundraising to support the work thereon.

Prior to joining Midas Gold, Mr. Quin served as president and chief operating officer of Capstone Mining Corp. (“Capstone”), a mid-tier copper producer with mines in Canada and Mexico and, before that, as president and chief executive officer of Sherwood Copper Corporation (“Sherwood”), which was amalgamated into Capstone in November 2008. As president and CEO of Sherwood, Mr. Quin led that company through the exploration, feasibility, permitting, mine financing and construction of the Minto Mine and subsequent operations, resource increases and production expansions. In 2009, Mr. Quin was co-recipient of the E.A. Scholz Award for excellence in mine development and, in 2012, the Selwyn Blaylock medal for responsible and sustainable exploration. Prior to joining Sherwood, Stephen was Executive VP at Miramar Mining Corporation, where he was responsible for exploration, business development and investor relations for 18 years, and notable milestones included the acquisition of the Con gold mine in NWT, the acquisition and exploration of the Hope Bay gold project in Nunavut and the creation of Northern Orion Exploration and its acquisition and advancement of the Agua Rica copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry copper project and the San Jorge copper project, both in Argentina.

Mr. Quin is a graduate of the Royal School of Mines, London, UK, with a B.Sc. (Honours) in Mining Geology and has over 30 years of experience in exploration, feasibility, mine development, financing and operations, as well as corporate development and general corporate affairs. He is a Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.) registered with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC, a Fellow of the Geologic Association of Canada and the Society of Economic Geologists, and a member of the Canadian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy and the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (UK).


Stephen Quin

President, CEO & Director

Stephen Quin

Stephen Quin was appointed president, chief executive officer and a director of Midas Gold, Inc. effective January 1, 2011 and guided the Company through the completion of the acquisition of the Yellow Pine deposit, which forms a core asset in the Stibnite Gold Project, the creation of Midas Gold Corp. and its combination with Midas Gold, Inc. in April 2011, the 2011 TSX listing of Midas Gold Corp., and subsequent advancement of the Stibnite Gold Project and fundraising to support the work thereon.

Prior to joining Midas Gold, Mr. Quin served as president and chief operating officer of Capstone Mining Corp. (“Capstone”), a mid-tier copper producer with mines in Canada and Mexico and, before that, as president and chief executive officer of Sherwood Copper Corporation (“Sherwood”), which was amalgamated into Capstone in November 2008. As president and CEO of Sherwood, Mr. Quin led that company through the exploration, feasibility, permitting, mine financing and construction of the Minto Mine and subsequent operations, resource increases and production expansions. In 2009, Mr. Quin was co-recipient of the E.A. Scholz Award for excellence in mine development and, in 2012, the Selwyn Blaylock medal for responsible and sustainable exploration. Prior to joining Sherwood, Stephen was Executive VP at Miramar Mining Corporation, where he was responsible for exploration, business development and investor relations for 18 years, and notable milestones included the acquisition of the Con gold mine in NWT, the acquisition and exploration of the Hope Bay gold project in Nunavut and the creation of Northern Orion Exploration and its acquisition and advancement of the Agua Rica copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry copper project and the San Jorge copper project, both in Argentina.

Mr. Quin is a graduate of the Royal School of Mines, London, UK, with a B.Sc. (Honours) in Mining Geology and has over 30 years of experience in exploration, feasibility, mine development, financing and operations, as well as corporate development and general corporate affairs. He is a Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.) registered with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC, a Fellow of the Geologic Association of Canada and the Society of Economic Geologists, and a member of the Canadian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy and the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (UK).

Javier Schiffrin

Director

Mr. Schiffrin is a Senior Vice President at Paulson & Co., with a focus on distressed debt investments and restructurings. Prior to that he was an Executive Director & Restructuring Specialist at Macquarie Capital, and a Restructuring Attorney at Kirkland & Ellis. He is a graduate of McGill University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts, First Class Honors; and Columbia Law School where he earned a Juris Doctorate and was a James Kent Scholar. Mr. Schiffrin holds both US and Canadian citizenship.


Javier Schiffrin

Director

Mr. Schiffrin is a Senior Vice President at Paulson & Co., with a focus on distressed debt investments and restructurings. Prior to that he was an Executive Director & Restructuring Specialist at Macquarie Capital, and a Restructuring Attorney at Kirkland & Ellis. He is a graduate of McGill University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts, First Class Honors; and Columbia Law School where he earned a Juris Doctorate and was a James Kent Scholar. Mr. Schiffrin holds both US and Canadian citizenship.

Donald Young, FCA

Independent Director & Chairman of the Audit Committee

Donald Young, FCA

Donald Young, FCPA, FCA is a retired KPMG audit partner. For a number of years, he also worked as a KPMG management consulting partner focused on operational and organization reviews, governance, and control/risk management. Before joining KPMG, he worked for Placer Development Ltd. (now Barrick Gold Corporation). He currently serves on the board of Dundee Precious Metals Inc. He has served on the boards of other publicly listed mining companies and served on the governing boards of not-for-profit organizations, including Science World British Columbia, British Columbia Safety Authority and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. Mr. Young is a Fellow and past President of the British Columbia Chartered Accountants and is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors.


Donald Young, FCA

Independent Director & Chairman of the Audit Committee

Donald Young, FCA

Donald Young, FCPA, FCA is a retired KPMG audit partner. For a number of years, he also worked as a KPMG management consulting partner focused on operational and organization reviews, governance, and control/risk management. Before joining KPMG, he worked for Placer Development Ltd. (now Barrick Gold Corporation). He currently serves on the board of Dundee Precious Metals Inc. He has served on the boards of other publicly listed mining companies and served on the governing boards of not-for-profit organizations, including Science World British Columbia, British Columbia Safety Authority and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. Mr. Young is a Fellow and past President of the British Columbia Chartered Accountants and is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors.


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