Ivanhoe Mines is headed by new CEO John Macken. Robert Freidland, resigned as CEO to become Chairman in May 2006. Friedland is known as "Toxic Bob" to environmental activists.
In October 2006 Rio Tinto announced that they had bought 19.9 per cent in Ivanhoe Mines "in order to jointly develop and operate Ivanhoe's Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold complex in Mongolia's South Gobi region." 
Accessed June 2009: 
- Robert M. Friedland - Executive Chairman
- Peter Meredith - Deputy Chairman
- John Macken - Chief Executive Officer (CEO), President and Director
- Tony Giardini - Chief Financial Officer
- Pierre Masse - Vice President, Finance
- Douglas J. Kirwin - Executive Vice-President, Exploration
- Richard Gosse - Vice President, Exploration
- David Woodall - President of Ivanhoe's gold operations
- Peter Reeve - Chief Executive Officer, Ivanhoe Australia
- Beverly A. Bartlett - Vice President & Corporate Secretary
- Jay Gow - Vice President, Marketing
- Bill Trenaman - Manager Investor Relations
- Garamjav Dondog - Senior Geologist
- Catherine Barone - Vice President and Corporate Controller
- Jess Harding - Vice President, Project Evaluation and Development
- David Huberman - Lead Independent Director
- R . Edward Flood - Director
- Kjeld Thygesen - Director
- Robert Hanson - Director
- Marc Faber - Director
- Howard Balloch - Director
- David Korbin - Director
- Livia Mahler - Director
- Bret K. Clayton - Director
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