Fitzroy Resources is set for big changes after winning backing from prominent Perth investors Tony Grist and Rod Jones.
Fitzroy will also seek shareholder approval to issue 80 million options at 0.8 cents per share to parties nominated by Albion.
In addition, it plans a 1-for-3 share consolidation.
Mr Grice has 29 years capital markets experience, including with Bell Potter, UBS and Merrill Lynch.
Mr Webse runs Platinum Corporate Secretariat, and is also a non-executive director of Perth company Sun Biomedical.
Mr Dix, a geologist and founding managing director of Fitzroy, accepted a new role last month as chief executive of Newera Resources.
The placement will cover a big shortfall in a rights issue Fitzroy launched last year. The company raised just $162,461, leaving a $318,110 shortfall.