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CONDOR BLANCO MINES LIMITED (CDB)

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Advanced Share Registry Services, 110 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands WA 6009
Tel : +61 8 9389 8033
Fax : +61 8 9262 3723
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Company details

Address: Suite 508 55 Holt Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
Tel:  +61 2 8916 6280 Fax: +61 2 8916 6258

Date first listed: 25/02/2011
Company Secretary: Regina Abood
Sector: Materials
Industry Group: XMJ
Activities: Mineral exploration in Chile, focusing on gold, silver, copper and iron ore
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13/08/2020

delisted from the close of trading on Tuesday, 28 August 2018 pursuant to Listing rule 17.15.

28/08/2018

The company issues a response to shareholder inquiries. Condor's Board of Directors wishes to emphasise that its determination that there was no realistic prospect of the Company being reinstated to ASX quotation was made only after considering all avenues reasonably available to rectify the compliance difficulties that existed as of 5 July 2016. Condor's Board of Directors emphasises that it is well aware of the economic losses suffered by innocent shareholders as a result of contraventions prior to 5 July 2016 and that the Board intends to vigorously pursue compensation for the damages caused to the Company. The outcome of any such litigation is uncertain.

28/08/2018

we understand the company failed and was delisted because it did not pay its annual ASX listing fee

28/08/2018

It is a condition of quotation on ASX that listed companies comply with the Listing Rules. Given information that has come to light from forensic review, and following receipt of external legal advice, Condor's Board has determined that the Company is unable to comply with the Listing Rules and that there is no realistic prospect of the Company being reinstated to quotation. Accordingly, the Board has determined that it is futile to maintain the Company's suspended status or to seek reinstatement to quotation, and that it is not in the best interests of the Company or its shareholders to pay the ASX Annual Listing Fee for the current financial year. The Company thus expects to be permanently delisted by ASX on Tuesday, 28 August 2018.

24/08/2018

Under Listing Rule 17.6, any entity (if not already suspended) that has not paid its annual listing fees by close of business on Tuesday, 21 August 2018 will have its securities suspended from official quotation before the commencement of trading on Wednesday, 22 August 2018. The company has not paid its annual listing fees in respect of the year ending 30 June 2019 but the securities are already suspended from official quotation. In accordance with Listing Rule 16.5, entities that pay their annual listing fees after Tuesday, 21 August 2018 must pay by bank cheque only. Under Listing Rule 17.15, any entity that has not paid its annual listing fees as required by Listing Rule 16.5 by 5.00 pm AEST on Tuesday, 28 August 2018 will be removed from the Official List with effect from the close of trading on Tuesday, 28 August 2018.

22/08/2018

Following a scheduled ASX internal system change affecting the Market Announcements Platform, it has been necessary to re-apply the "˜Suspend' session state. This announcement serves to re-confirm the securities of this entity remain suspended.

06/08/2018

In the course of the company's forensic review, the company and its advisers have uncovered substantial evidence indicating that Condor was the victim of a series of frauds and attempted frauds during the years preceding 5 July 2016. Condor's Board has become aware of various material falsehoods in Company announcements published prior to 5 July 2016. The Board advises that no announcement issued prior to 5 July 2016 should be relied upon. The forensic review is continuing.

24/07/2018

The company lodges its Quarterly Report and Appendix 5B for Apr-Jun 2018.

02/07/2018

The following unlisted options over Condor stock have expired unexercised: number of options: 29,214,177 at an exercise price of $ 0.0300 and expiry date of 30 June 2018; and 20,000,000 at an exercise price of $ 0.0192 and expiry date of 30 June 2018.

02/07/2018

The company lodges its Half Yearly Report and Accounts.

10/04/2018

The company lodges its Quarterly Report and Appendix 5B for Jan-Mar 2018.

05/04/2018

The company releases the results of its AGM. All resolutions put to the meeting were passed unanimously on a show of hands.

21/02/2018

The requisition and the additional resolutions for the AGM have now been officially withdrawn by Mr. Volpe, Mr. Truda and Mr. Jimenez. The EGM scheduled for 7 March 2018 will no longer take place, and none of Mr Volpe's proposed resolutions will be put to the AGM.

31/01/2018

Today, ASIC has granted further relief under section 250N of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), and has further extended the period within which Condor must hold its AGM until 8 March 2018.

31/01/2018

Condor hsa received notices from Mr. Volpe requiring that additional similar resolutions be put to the company's AGM. Condor is obliged to put forward additional resolutions for the appointment of Mr. Volpe's proposed directors at the AGM, unless the resolutions or relevant consents are withdrawn ahead of the meeting. Condor's directors unanimously recommend that shareholders vote against all of the resolutions proposed by Mr Volpe at both the AGM and EGM.

30/01/2018

An extraordinary general meeting will be held at 16:00h (Sydney local time) on 7 March 2018 at Nexia Australia Level 16, 1 Market Street, Sydney NSW .

29/01/2018

The company releases a supplementary notice to the notice of AGM. This is issued to advise shraeholders of three additional items of ordinary business to be considered at the AGM. The additional items of business are ordinary resolutions for the election of directors.

29/01/2018

At the upcoming AGM shareholders will be asked to vote on resolutions concerning the regular business of the company and further resolutions related to additional matters, ratification of the Company's recent capital raise, the conversion into equity of part of the liabilities owed to directors, and approval of shares for issue as part of a proposed future rights issue.

19/01/2018

The company's AGM will be held at 16:00h (Sydney local time) on Wednesday, 21 February 2018 at Nexia Australia Level 16, 1 Market Street, Sydney NSW.

19/01/2018

The company releases an Appendix 4G.

16/01/2018

The company lodges its Quarterly Report and Appendix 5B for Oct-Dec 2017.

16/01/2018

The company lodges its Annual Report to shareholders.

16/01/2018

Condor has received a requisition under section 249D of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) for a meeting to be convened to consider resolutions to remove all of Condor's current directors and to appoint Mr Patrick John Volpe, Mr Vince Truda, and Mr Ramon Jimenez as new directors of the Company. Condor is assessing the implications of this notice for the Company, particularly regarding the Company's position with creditors. The directors are liaising with creditors and will provide a further update, including on timing of a shareholder meeting to consider the requisition, in due course.

10/01/2018

The company has completed a placement of shares to raise funds to meet the company's immediate administrative expenses and reduce current liabilities. 14,000,000 shares have been issued at a price of 0.15 cents per share to sophisticated and professional investors.

03/01/2018

Condor has been in discussions with ASX regarding the necessary conditions that Condor must now achieve prior consideration by ASX of any request to reinstate the Company's securities to quotation. Condor has also recently received formal legal advice regarding these matters. Given the improper transactions entered into under Condor's previous management, the Company has been advised that reinstatement to trading will require re-compliance with Chapters 1 and 2 of the ASX Listing Rules, the resolution of improper share issues to the satisfaction of the ASX, and likely restrictions on any new shares that might be issued prior to reinstatement to quotation. Reinstatement to quotation will remain at the discretion of the ASX. In light of the legacy issues affecting the Company, there is no certainty that re-compliance and reinstatement to quotation will ultimately be possible.

15/12/2017

ASIC has extended the period within which Condor is required to hold the company's 2017 AGM. Extension has been granted until Tuesday, 6 February 2018.

29/11/2017

Condor and its directors have adopted safe harbour status, to the extent that the provisions of section 588GA of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) are available within the Company's current circumstances. This new legislation came into effect on 19 September 2017 and provides certain protections with regard to insolvent trading. Condor has also engaged with Ferrier Hodgson (Mr Ryan Eagle) for the purpose of exploring options available via the voluntary administration process.

27/11/2017

The company lodges its Quarterly Report on Mining Activities and 5B - July to Sept.

30/10/2017

The company lodges its Quarterly Report on Mining Activities and 5B - June 2017.

30/10/2017

Condor has entered into a binding litigation funding agreement on confidential terms with Litigation Lending Services Limited. Under the terms of this agreement, LLS will receive commission from the proceeds of successful ligitation or early settlement. Condor is not liable for any other payments to LLS.

05/07/2017

Condor has conducted a detailed review of the company's current and historic mining tenement holdings in Chile which has revealed a substantial variation from information previously announced. The delayed completion of this review has been due to the company's limited resources and other obstructions that have impeded Condor's activities during the period since 5 July 2016.

05/07/2017

Condor has executed an extension agreement to the original funding facility due to expire in September 2017. Under the terms of the extension, an amount of $250,000 has been extended with maturity in January 2019 and interest payable at 10% per annum on the balance of the loan throughout the extension period.

05/07/2017

The company lodges its quarterly report on mining activities and Appendix 5B.

12/05/2017

The company lodges its Half Yearly Report and Accounts.

17/03/2017

The company lodges its Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report - Q2 2016-2017.

09/03/2017

The company lodges its Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report - Q1 2016-2017.

08/03/2017

The company lodges its Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report.

08/03/2017

The company releases its Results of Meeting.

07/02/2017

The company releases its Appendix 4G.

30/01/2017

The company lodges its Annual Report to shareholders.

30/01/2017

The company's Notice of Annual General Meeting issued on 6 January 2017, incorrectly referred to a financial reporting period ending 30 June 2016. The correct reporting period is 1 July 2015 to 4 July 2016, and references in the Notice to 30 June 2016 should be taken to read as 4 July 2016.

23/01/2017

Notice is hereby given that an annual general meeting of Shareholders of Condor Blanco Mines Limited will be held at Nexia Australia, Level 16, 1 Market Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 on Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at 10.30am (AEDT).

06/01/2017

ASIC has agreed to extend the period for the company to hold the company's AGM until 10 February 2017. The company anticipates that the audit of Condor's FY 2015/2016 financial reports will be completed by 31 December 2016, with production of the company's annual report to follow immediately thereafter.

24/11/2016

Condor Blanco Mines Limited has today progressed to a new strategic phase. Condor's focus in Phase 3 will be development of specific opportunities to realise value for shareholders. Progression to Phase 3 succeeds earlier strategic phases completed since 5 July 2016. Company action in Phase 1 was restricted solely to the removal of the invalid administration, while Condor's strategic focus in Phase 2 was amelioration of wider legacy issues.

22/11/2016

Production of periodic financial reports for Condor Blanco Mines Limited has been inhibited by delays caused by the invalid administration previously imposed on the Company and the failure of Condor's former directors to enable transition of governance and management functions to the new Board. Condor's former directors, removed by shareholders at 5 July 2016 General Meeting, have failed to hand over any Company information or to facilitate access to the Company's accounts.

01/11/2016

Condor Blanco Mines Limited has received funds released today from trust, provided under a debt funding agreement executed with Finnian Group Pty Limited. Finnian has increased the quantum of the loan beyond the $255,000 originally agreed. Condor requested this increase due to unplanned expenses incurred in recent Court proceedings.

29/09/2016

New South Wales Supreme Court handed down a decision ordering that Dominic Calabretta personally pay the costs sought against him by Condor Blanco Mines Limited. The Court held that Mr Calabretta had engaged in uncooperative conduct that impeded the smooth and efficient execution of Condor's proceedings brought to resolve the matter of Mr Calabretta's invalid appointment as administrator. A further Court hearing is scheduled for 20 October 2016 at which Condor will seek additional cost orders against Mr Glen Darby. Mr Darby, a former director who is currently serving a prison sentence for unrelated offences, was chiefly responsible for engaging Mr Calabretta.

19/09/2016

Shares in Condor Blanco Mines Limited are currently restricted from both onmarket and off-market transfer. Condor has directed that a trading lock continue to be maintained, preventing off-market transfer of Condor shares. This trading lock was originally implemented at the request of Condor's current Directors during the period of the now-invalidated Administration (4 July 2016 to 30 August 2016). Condor implemented and continues to maintain this trading lock due to questionable historic share issues where "fully paid" shares appear to have been issued by the Company for nil consideration. Once these matters have been appropriately resolved, the off-market trading lock will be removed.

01/09/2016

During the period 5 July 2016 to 30 August 2016, market disclosure by Condor Blanco Mines Limited has been impeded by the purported Administration imposed upon the Company. Yesterday, the Supreme Court of NSW declared this Administration invalid.

01/09/2016

The NSW Supreme Court has today declared that Mr Dominic Calabretta's purported appointment as Administrator of Condor Blanco Mines Limited was "invalid, void and of no effect". Consequently, Condor is not, and never has been, in Administration. The Company's Board invalidly appointed Mr Calabretta as Administrator of Condor on 4 July 2016. At that time, Condor's Board comprised only of Mr Glen Darby and Mr Timothy Stops. Both these former Directors were subsequently removed by shareholders on 5 July 2016. The Court found that these previous Directors who purported to appoint Mr Calabretta (in particular Mr Stops) had not formed the required opinions in good faith regarding the Company's solvency. The Court has not yet reached a decision regarding costs. Condor expects to update to the market on this issue within the next two weeks.

30/08/2016

Under listing rule 17.6, any entity (if not already suspended) that had not paid its annual listing fees by close of business on Monday 22 August 2016 will have its securities suspended from official quotation before the commencement of trading on Tuesday 23 August 2016. The company has not paid its annual listing fees in respect of the year ending 30 June 2017 but the securities are already suspended from official quotation.

23/08/2016

An application was previously filed by the company (plaintiff) in relation to the validity of the appointment of the administrator (defendant). The administrator consented to interlocutory orders on 28 July 2016. Orders are as follows: time for convening the second creditors' meeting in the administration of the company be extended to 26 August 2016; until further order, the defendant be restrained from holding or convening any meeting of creiditors until extended date; the defendant give notice to the plaintiff of any proposal for a DOCA and all circulars or reports sent to persons claiming to be creditors of the plaintiff; defendant file any cross-summons by 4 August 2016; plaintiff is to notify persons claiming to be creditors and former company directors who participatd in the appointment of the defendant within 3 days of being provided with the addresses of those people by the defendant; the matter be listed on 8 August 2016 for further directions in the corporations list; the matter be provisionally fixed for hearing on 18 August 2016; usual order for hearing with the plaintiff's submissions due on 11 August 2016 and the defendant's submission due on 16 August 2016.

11/08/2016

The Panel has consented to a request by ASIC to withdraw its application to the Panel dated 28 June 2016 in relation to the affairs of Condor Blanco Mines Limited. In light of Condor being placed in administration, ASIC sought to withdraw its application to the Panel, noting that it may seek to re-lodge an application in relation to the affairs of Condor in the future should the company's circumstances change. As the Panel has formed no views other than that there was sufficient material to warrant it conducting proceedings, and noting that it has not received submissions on its brief in relation to the allegations, the Panel is satisfied given the changed circumstances that it is not against the public interest to consent to the applicant withdrawing its application.

07/07/2016

Please be advised that resolutions 1,4,5 and 6 in Condor Blanco Mines Limited's Notice of General Meeting were passed by the requisite majorities at today's General Meeting. Ms Lia Darby and Ms Michelle Feruglio had resigned as Directors prior to the meeting and accordingly resolutions 2 & 3 were withdrawn.

05/07/2016

The company appointed Domenic Calabretta as external administrator last 4 July 2016.

05/07/2016

The Panel has made interim orders in response to an application for interim orders dated 28 June 2016 by ASIC in relation to Condor Blanco Mines Limited. The Panel decided to make interim orders to prevent the disposal of Condor shares held by or on behalf of parties alleged to be associated. The interim orders have effect until the earliest of further order of the Panel, determination of the proceedings or 2 months from the date of the interim orders.

05/07/2016

The Panel has received an application from ASIC in relation to the affairs of Condor Blanco Mines Limited, details of which are set out in the release. A sitting Panel has not been appointed at this stage and no decision has been made whether to conduct proceedings. The Panel makes no comment on the merits of the application.

29/06/2016

The company previously issued a market to the ASX which contained a copy of a letter to shareholders. The letter to shareholders contained a statement inferring that Mr Joshua Farquhar had brought confidential matters in respect of his application to the Takeovers Panel to the attention of The Australian. Condor Blanco Mines Limited now accepts that is incorrect: it unreservedly withdraws the inference and makes full apology to Mr Farquhar.

28/06/2016

The company releases a circular recently sent to shareholders regarding the Company's general meeting of shareholders to be held at 11am (Sydney time) on 5 July 2016 at York Conference and Function Centre, Level 2, 99 York Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000.

27/06/2016

The company provides an update on the status of its escrowed shares.

07/06/2016

The company issues a response to ASX query.

07/06/2016

The Panel, after receiving further submissions, decided to vary its orders to: restrict Ms Nicola Philip and associates from voting the shares in Condor in which she has a relevant interest on any resolution concerning the removal and replacement of the current directors of Condor as announced by Condor on 9 May 2016; prevent the disposal of those shares until after the vote and ; add a costs order in favour of the applicant.

07/06/2016

The Panel has made a declaration of unacceptable circumstances (Annexure A) and final orders (Annexure B) in relation to an application dated 1 May 2016 by Mr Joshua Farquhar in relation to the affairs of Condor Blanco Mines Limited

30/05/2016

Notice is hereby given that a General Meeting of Shareholders of Condor Blanco Mines Limited will be held at York Conference and Function Centre, Level 2, 99 York Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 on 5 July 2016 at 11.00am.

27/05/2016

The company issues a response to the ASX query.

20/05/2016

The company advises that it has received a notice from Mr. Joshua Barry under section 203D of the Corporations Act 2001 of their intention to move resolutions at a meeting of Condor members convened under section 249D of the Corporation Act.

09/05/2016

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited ("Company") will be suspended from official quotation immediately by ASX pursuant to Listing Rule 17.3.

06/05/2016

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted at the commencement of trading on Tuesday, 23 February 2016 following the release of an announcement regarding waste technologies. Security Code: CDB

22/02/2016

The company advises that further to the announcements regarding the Company's proposed acquisition in waste technologies, a term sheet signed by the parties 16 February 2016 has been terminated due to concerns regarding structural compliance of the transaction. Discussions between the parties will continue as the Company continues to assess this and other opportunities.

22/02/2016

The company advises that the following unlisted options have expired unexercised: number of options 18,750; security code CDB95837; exercise price $0.99; expiry 18-Feb-16.

18/02/2016

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited "Company") will be suspended from official quotation immediately at the request of the Company, pending the release of an announcement. Security Code: CDB

18/02/2016

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted at the commencement of trading on Wednesday, 2 September 2015 following the response to a price query dated 1 September 2015. Security Code: CDB

01/09/2015

The company releases a response to ASX's price and volume query.

01/09/2015

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be suspended from quotation immediately, by ASX pursuant to listing rule 17.3. Security Code: CDB

01/09/2015

we understand that on or about this date the company consolidated its shares 1 for 30

02/07/2015

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted at the commencement of trading on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 following the release of a cleansing prospectus lodged on Thursday, 7 August 2014. Security Code: CDB

11/08/2014

releases a Chile Project Update after Managing Director Visit

03/07/2014

the Company advises that it has terminated all agreements and negotiations in relation to its proposed the €10 million debt funding facility. The counterparties with whom Condor were dealing were unable to complete the agreements

03/07/2014

resolutions 1-4 in Condor Blanco Mines Limited's Notice of General Meeting were passed by the requisite majorities at today's General Meeting

17/06/2014

the Company) has resolved to withdraw the following resolutions that were included in the Notice of General Meeting for the meeting scheduled today 17 June 2014. Resolution 5 - Approval of issue of Options to Mr Glen Darby Resolution 6 - Approval of issue of Options to Dr Paul Crosio Resolution 7 - Approval of issue of Options to Mr John Shanahan Resolution 8 - Approval of issue of Options Resolution 9 - Approval of Issue of Shares "“ Signet Agreement (previously announced to ASX 10 June 2014)

17/06/2014

The company has terminated all agreements and negotiations in relation to its proposed €10 million debt funding facility. 2. The agreement to acquire the Signet Coking Coal Project in South Africa has lapsed and will not proceed. 3. The resolution relating to the acquisition of the Signet Coking Coal Project will not be put to the general meeting of shareholders on 17 June 2014.

10/06/2014

the company responds to ASX questions

22/05/2014

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be suspended from quotation immediately, at the request of the Company, pending the release of an announcement. Security Code: CDB CDBO

21/05/2014

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted immediately following the release of an announcement regarding debt funding. Security Code: CDB

16/05/2014

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be suspended from quotation immediately, by ASX pursuant to listing rule 17.3. Security Code: CDB CDBO

15/05/2014

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted immediately, following receipt of an announcement by the Company. Security Code: CDB CDBO

18/11/2013

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be suspended from quotation immediately, at the request of the Company, pending the release of an announcement. Security Code: CBD CBDO

15/11/2013

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the " Company") will be lifted immediately, following receipt of an announcement by the Company. Security Code: CDB CDBO

01/08/2013

securities suspended from Official Quotation from the commencement of trading today 1 August 2013 following failure to lodge their Quarterly Reports for the period ended 30 June 2013

01/08/2013

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the " Company") will be lifted immediately, following the release of the Company" response to an ASX query. Security Code: CDB

10/04/2013

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be suspended from quotation immediately, pending response to an ASX query. Security Code: CDB CDBO

10/04/2013

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the " Company") will be lifted and reinstated to official quotation on Tuesday, 16 October 2012 following the Company" compliance with Chapter 12 of the ASX listing rules. Security Code: CDB CDBO

12/10/2012

releases Annual Report to shareholders

12/10/2012

securities suspended following failure to lodge full year accounts to 30 June 2012

01/10/2012

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted immediately following receipt of an announcement by the Company. Security Code: CDB CDBO

03/08/2012

securities suspended pending an announcement

30/07/2012

The suspension of trading in the securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be lifted immediately following receipt of an announcement by the Company regarding the acquisition of an iron production asset and divestment of Cautiva-Victoria. Security Code: CDB CDBO

28/06/2012

The securities of Condor Blanco Mines Limited (the "Company") will be suspended from quotation immediately at the request of the Company, pending the release of an announcement by the Company. Security Code: CDB CDBO

28/06/2012

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Directors and Executives seems to be incorrect per the Annual Report just released this week.  Also it looks like there is also no administration over the company.

31/01/2017 10:28:08

?ASIC asked the Takeovers Panel to postpone the meeting planned for July 5th but there has been no announcement to that effect from CDB. If the meeting does proceed the results could be challenged  when the Takeovers Panel makes its decision. It makes no sense to have the meeting now.

05/07/2016 09:37:41
When will the current suspension be lifted ?
 Jeff Oakley
04/06/2014 19:29:02
Can you please advise why CDB has been suspended ?
Thank you
John

15/05/2014 14:27:13

Can you polease give me an idea when the Suspension will be lifted. Thank you

Peter TIEDE

09/10/2012 12:21:00

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    Directors' on-market share transactions (last 5)

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    Purchases Sales

    DATEDIRECTORNATURENUMBERPRICEAMOUNT
    04/07/2013Glen DarbyOn market1,000,000$0.015$15,000
    28/05/2013Richard PritchardOn market212,000$0.047$9,909
    22/05/2013Richard PritchardOn market100,000$0.024$2,355
    18/05/2012Glen DarbyOn market20,000$0.085$1,700
    15/05/2012Carl SwenssonOn market40,000$0.075$3,000

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    Directors & Executives (current)

    NAMETITLEDATE OF APPT
    Joshua FarquharExecutive Chairman05/07/2016
    Craig McGrathNon Exec Director05/04/2017
    Jay StephensonNon Exec Director05/07/2016
    Glen DarbyNon Exec Director05/01/2010
    Simon WoodDirector17/08/2016
    Michael ElsbyAdministrator

    Date of first appointment, title may have changed.

    Directors & Executives (former)

    NAMETITLEDATE OF APPOINTMENTDATE OF RESIGNATION
    Sarah MilesNon Exec Director05/07/201605/04/2017
    Peter DunoonCFO12/09/201231/10/2016
    Timothy StopsNon Exec Chairman28/06/201605/07/2016
    Michelle FeruglioChairman20/05/201530/06/2016
    Lia DarbyNon Exec Director04/08/201427/06/2016
    Steven VlahosNon Exec Director22/06/201420/05/2015
    Michael StaffordNon Exec Director21/05/201426/02/2015
    Paul CrosioChairman03/07/201322/06/2014
    Carl SwenssonExecutive Director30/06/201020/05/2014
    John ShanahanNon Exec Director20/06/201216/05/2014
    Richard PritchardNon Exec Director13/11/201203/07/2013
    Nicholas ClarkNon Exec Chairman16/04/201215/06/2012
    Pierre RichardChairman, Independent Director05/01/201016/04/2012
    Lia DarbyNon Exec Director05/01/201016/04/2012
    Jose BahamondesExecutive Director05/01/201023/01/2012

    Date of first appointment, title may have changed.