Board of Directors & Key Officers
Currently the directors and key officers of Mineral Bull Pte. Ltd. are as follows:
Mr Sanusi H
Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Mr Sanusi started his career in 1978 as a wholesaler in the trading of gold, silver and subsequently went downstream to jewellery manufacturing for these mineral/jewellery products. Thereafter, Mr Sanusi went into the trading of Zinc ore, and started to acquire a number of mining concessions in Indonesia with the intention of moving his mineral & metal business upstream.
Mr Sanusi has extensive experience with the business culture in Indonesia and China as he has been operating his businesses through his offices in Hong Kong, China, US, Malaysia and Indonesia for more than 20 years. He is fluent in Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia and English. In addition, Mr Sanusi is familiar with mining engineering works and their processing techniques. This knowledge was acquired from more than 6 years of research and management of the established mining company. Mr Sanusi maintains a wide network of business contacts in China as well as an international trade network in the mineral industry that encompasses the entire value chain of these metals.
Mr Voo Kim Seng
Non Executive Director
Mr Voo has been involved with the Company since its inception. He has over 25 years of experience as a CFO/Finance Manager in construction, manufacturing and trading sectors with both local and multinational corporations. Mr Voo was formerly the Senior Finance & Administrative head of a large electronic manufacturing company in Singapore. He also has working experience in China, Indonesia and Hong Kong. He is involved in the Company's activities in China including negotiations with strategic partners. Mr Voo is fluent in Mandarin and English and he holds a Bachelor's degree in Accountancy from Nanyang University. He is a qualified CPA and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Singapore.
Mr Lindsay Grant Franker
Mr Franker has been appointed as Independent Director. He holds a Mining Engineering degree (BEng-Mining) from the Western Australian School of Mines in Kalgoorlie.
Mr Franker has over 20 years' mining experience in both operations and resource related finance. He has worked for a number of mining companies in operations, contracting & consultancy - specialising in both underground and open pit mining in Australia (AMC Consultants, Newmont, Newcrest, Brandrill). He has worked for several international investment banks (Standard Bank, Nedbank Capital & Deutsche Bank), based out of Johannesburg and Singapore, with a global focus on mining projects covering project finance, debt advisory as well as structured commodity trade finance.
He has been involved in all stages of projects from exploration through to commercial production. This includes project development, startups, expansions and financing - in various commodities and mining methods for both open pit and underground mines.
Mr Franker has served on various boards of both private and publically listed mining companies. He is also a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy (MAusIMM).
Mr Anthony O'Sullivan
Mr O'Sullivan is a global mining executive with 28 years of verifiable success in building mining and exploration companies. He has a Masters degree in Ore Deposit Geology and Evaluation from the University of Western Australia and enjoyed 14 years of successful exploration management at BHP Billiton. Mr O'Sullivan is a pioneer of subsea mining highlighted his role as a co-inventor of 5 subsea mining technology patents. He is the previous COO for Nautilus Minerals, the world's leading subsea mining company, where he realised a US$450 million capital investment to support project development, provide his technical expertise that result in US$10 million in exploration cost savings and various significant efforts to grow the company to US$750 million in market capitalisation. Mr O'Sullivan is currently the Vice President of QPX Exploration, a privately funded mineral exploration company based in Chile where he led a team of 80 members, secured a US$150 million deal with Barrick Gold Corp. and catapulted QPX industry reputation.