Greg Martin

Greg Martin is a qualified financial planner and holds a current Triannual certificate. He has extensive and varied mining and business background. Mr Martin has been the company secretary of a derivative hedge fund and has over 25 years of experience in domestic and international mining. Early in his career, Mr Martin worked for a short period in Wiluna to obtain his drill and blast qualifications before progressing his management career working for the Roche Brothers at Mt Brockman in the Pilbara as the first iron ore mining contractors there. To further expand his career, Mr Martin moved to Tanami Gold to train Indigenous Australians in all aspects of mining from drill and blast to plant operation. Throughout Greg’s career, he has had experience in the negotiation of Native Title between Indigenous Australian’s and mining companies. His success in these negotiations is his ability to build strong relationships with all people; be it internal and external stakeholders, suppliers, or the community. Mixed with Greg’s business acumen, is a strong sense of active community leadership, whether it be in his son’s school or as coach of the local football team. With this extensive experience, Greg understands the need for swift, considered, and legally founded decision making, which ensures that Greg is a strong addition to the Coolgardie Minerals Limited Board.
Bio last updated 01 Sep 2018

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Non-Executive Director
Year started and most recent title


385th-Coolgardie Minerals$0
433rd↑Matador Mining$0
434th↓Meteoric Resources$0
436th↑Minrex Resources$0
437th↑Nelson Resources$0
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