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Malcolm Macpherson

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Malcolm Macpherson is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bathurst Resources, a company with interests in existing and proposed coal mines in New Zealand.[1]

Background information

A biographical note in the Bathurst Resources website states that "Malcolm Macpherson has had many career highlights, including his successful seven year tenure as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Iluka Resources Limited, where he led teh [sic] growth of Iluka into a leading global producer of mineral sands. Malcolm Macpherson has held board positions with other notable companies and organisations such as Portman Limited, Eltin Limited and Western Power Corporation (as Chairman). Malcolm Macpherson has also had active roles in research and innovation, including an advisory role to CSIRO."[1]

An earlier 2009 biographical note stated that "Non-executive director of Minara Resources "since April 2002, Mr Macpherson is Chairman of the Risk Management & Compliance Committee and a member of the the Nomination & Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee. Before joining the Board, Mr Macpherson was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Iluka Resources Limited, a major Western Australian resources company. In addition to his previous board appointments, Mr Macpherson served as Senior Vice President of the Minerals Council of Australia in 2000 and as President of the Chamber of Minerals & Energy (WA) in 1990 - 1994. Mr Macpherson is also a director of Titanium Corporation Inc, Range River Gold Limited, the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Resource Processing, and is Chairman of Pluton Resources Limited." [2]

Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Bathurst Resources, "Directors and Management", Bathurst Resources website, accessed April 2012.
  2. Directors, Minara Resources, accessed September 11, 2009. (Copy from the Internet Archive).

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