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I think you must have missed a good number of months of MDMN information. The Letts are no longer involved and haven’t been for some time.
Quite aware Letts resigned from the BOD of MDMN. I wasn’t focusing on just MDMN, but the success of monetizing the mountain and MDMN’s 25% equity interest through AURYN. I presumed Letts had accomplished his main objective of consolidating all the properties of interest that were formerly under the control and mismanagement of the Quijanos before Letts resigned from MDMN’s BOD. There were many sequential steps involved in this over the past 2 years. Monetization of the mountain is the main goal that lies ahead, isn’t it?
Did Jose Roberto de Romaña Letts also resign as President of AURYN? If so, I guess I missed a good number of months of what has actually been going on behind the scenes.
Did the rest of the governance of AURYN also disappear when their names were removed from AURYN’s website? Just a WAG, but there are likely a few additional names that have been added, as well. Maybe I did miss the structure of AURYN … Is it all Masglas now? Doesn’t AURYN still have a governance structure as a subsidiary under Masglas? Are the following formerly listed management on AURYN’s website no longer relevant? I know AURYN has added many additional individuals to it’s list of expertise now on it’s payroll. I would think all are like minded in doing the exploitation and exploration in an expedient, professional and efficient manner. Hopefully, MDMN shareholders will learn much more leading up to October’s GSM.
Irene Letts Colmenares – Chairwoman and CEO
Ms. Irene Letts Colmenares serves as Director of Volcan Compania Minera S.A.A. She was appointed to this post on March 22, 2012. She was appointed as Member of the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee of the Company on March 8, 2013. Moreover, she has served as Director of Ferrocarril Central Andino SA and Ferrovias Central Andina SA since 2004. She studied at the School of Social Service of Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos and at the Faculty of Economics at Universidad de Lima.
Jose Roberto de Romana Letts – President
Mr. Jose Roberto de Romana Letts has been a Director of Vena Resources Inc. since September 1, 2008. Mr. de Romana Letts has been a Director of Medinah Minerals Inc. since May 13, 2014. He served as a Director of Granja Gold Inc. He serves as a Member of a well-known and respected family involved in the mining industry in Peru. He has worked in the Peruvian mining industry for many years in senior management positions, his last position being with Volcan Compania Minera S.A.A., one of the largest mining companies in Peru. Mr. de Romana Letts holds Advanced Management degrees in Management and Finance from St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas.
Italo Volante Gomez – Director
Mr. Volante is a Chilean lawyer, specialized in Environmental, Safety Corporate & Mining law. Has held several positions in public entities such as the Health and Environmental agency in Chile. Also, has served as Legal Director for Latin America of a French Carbon Credit Company, being responsible for the expansion and development of environmental projects all over Latin America. Currently serves as a compliance officer in a waste management company in Chile.
Carlos Jimenez Rodriguez – Director
Mr. Jimenez is a Peruvian Lawyer, specialized in Mining Law. Mr. Jimenez is a graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru Law School and has postgraduate studies at Universidad de Salamanca, Spain. He has worked in different government agencies, most recently INDECOPI and OSIPTEL. He also teaches Antitrust Law at Universidad de Lima Law School. Mr. Jimenez is at the present time the head of a well-known Mining and Environmental Law Firm in Peru, which among others, counsels companies such as Barrick, Anglo American Quellaveco and Michiquillay, Compañia de Minas Buenaventura SAA, TGP (Transportadora del Gas Peruano).
David Bent – Director
David has over 40 years of experience exploring for base metals, precious metals and uranium in over a dozen countries. He worked for Noranda Mines for over 27 years and also for Normandy and Newmont prior to becoming a consultant geologist working with Junior exploration companies in Canada and Peru. He has worked on several projects that have been developed into World Class producers such as Real de Angeles (Ag-Zn-Pb) in Mexico and Antamina (porphyry Cu-Zn) in Peru. He is a Canadian citizen presently residing in Lima, Peru and is a member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Nova Scotia and the Colegio de Ingenieros del Peru.