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Clinton Wolf

Clinton Wolf is an experienced indigenous business executive who has worked for and advised multiple Aboriginal groups and mining companies. He is a director and former chair of Indigenous Construction Resource Group, former director of Azure Capital, and former chair of the Western Australian Aboriginal Lands Trust. Mr Wolf is also a member of the Australian Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Desert Land Aboriginal Corporation, the prescribed body corporate for the Martu Native Title Determination. Mr Wolf played the leading role in closing a landmark transaction involving the Martu People of Western Australia and the sale of Rio Tinto’s Kintyre Uranium deposit to the Cameco-Mitsubishi Consortium. He was also the chief executive of the Pilbara Native Title Service, Native Title Representative Body Ashburton Pilbara Region of Western Australia. Prior to this, Mr Wolf was chief executive of Yamatji Land and Sea Council, Native Title Representative Body Murchison Gascoyne Region of Western Australia. He also served as director of the West Australian Native Title Working group. Mr Wolf was also a consultant to the following mining and exploration companies: Kimberley Diamonds, Consolidated Minerals, Pilbara Manganese, Pilbara Chromite, Rio Tinto, De Grey Mining, Atlas Iron, Sons of Gwalia, Aquila Resources, Moly Mines and Blina Diamonds.
Bio last updated 17 Nov 2018

Positions - Current

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Member
Western Australian Planning Commission
Western Australian Planning Commission

Positions - Previous

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Indigenous Construction Resource Group
Indigenous Construction Resource Group
2016 - 201637
Non-Executive Director
Redstone Resources
Redstone Resources
2014 - 2015244
Director
Azure Capital
Azure Capital
- 201425
Non-Executive Chairman
Aboriginal Maritime
Aboriginal Maritime
- 201428

Share Transactions

28/12/17
$140k Issued
25/10/17
$50k Other
Total value as at the date of the transaction
Source: Morningstar

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