David Berrie

David Berrie was the managing director of Fusion Resources where he transitioned the company from a grassroots explorer through to the identification and delineation of a JORC compliant uranium resource and following that, he negotiated and managed the friendly takeover of Fusion by Paladin Energy. The bid was unanimously supported by the Fusion Board and its major shareholders and was concluded in less than 3 months. Prior to this, Mr Berrie was a corporate director for Summit Resources, itself acquired in 2007 by Paladin. He was initially employed by Summit to supervise the completion of a feasibility study in relation to the development of Summit's Valhalla and Skal uranium projects. With Paladin’s hostile takeover for Summit, his role changed to deal with Summit's extensive corporate activities. Prior to joining Summit, Mr Berrie spent over 18 years with Western Mining Corporation and subsequently BHP Billiton, following the takeover in 2005. During this time, he performed senior corporate, legal and commercial roles within their exploration, mining and project development groups including management responsibility of the Yeelirrie Uranium project for several years.
Bio last updated 17 Aug 2019

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Non-Executive Chairman
Non-Executive Director (since 2007); (Executive Director 2006-2007)
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