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Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Murray was appointed a director of Hannans in 2010. He is a partner at law firm Steinepreis Paganin, based in Perth, Western Australia. He has significant experience in advising on initial public offers and secondary market capital raisings, all forms of  commercial acquisitions and divestments and providing general corporate and strategic advice. Mr Murray joined Steinepreis Paganin in 1997. Mr Murray graduated from Murdoch University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Laws and Commerce (Accounting). He is a Member of FINSIA.


Non-Executive Director

Mr Umbers has over 35 years of experience in Investment Banking and resides in London, UK. He was a Director at Barclays De Zoete Wedd, Managing Director at Credit Suisse, CEO at Evolution plc and a Director of European Equities of Credit Suisse. Mr Umbers has been responsible for advising on the listing and financing of approximately 100 companies on European stock markets. He was formerly Chairman of Leeds United Football Club and is Founder and Managing Partner of Oakwell Sports, the leading sports and sports technology commercial, strategic and financial adviser in Europe. The Board considers that Mr Umbers is not an independent Director.


Non-Executive Director

Mr O’Leary Collins has a strong background spanning over 30 years in the banking, mining and technology sectors across Australia, Asia, the US, UK, EMEA and SE Europe. He is the principal of Greenhouse Investments Ltd (Greenhouse), the second-largest shareholder of Redivium. Mr O’Leary-Collins currently oversees Redivium’s European operations from Zagreb, Croatia.


Managing Director

Mr Salt has a career spanning close to three decades in the resources industry, including more than 22 years with Rio Tinto, and held a variety of senior roles across Asia-Pacific, North America and Europe. More recently, he held a senior executive position with Fremantle Ports. His executive experience covers strategy, corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, sales and marketing, finance, shipping, logistics and operations. Mr Salt holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Economics and Commercial Law from Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia and a diploma in Investment and Risk Management in Shipping from the IMD Business School, Lausanne, Switzerland.