Chesser Resources Ltd (ASX:CHZ) has appointed experienced investment banking professional Robert Greenslade to the board as a non-executive director.
Greenslade has experience in investment banking with more than 30 years’ experience in mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings and strategic advisory, predominantly in the resources industry.
He is currently a director and co-founder of GP Securities, a private investment vehicle focusing on various industries including private equity, resources, manufacturing in the food and retail sectors and technology.
Until February 2016, Greenslade was a managing director at Standard Chartered Bank and head of Australia, Mining and Metals Division, following the bank’s acquisition of Gryphon Partners Advisory, a boutique corporate advisory firm focusing on the resources sector of which he was a co-founder, in 2011.
Prior to Gryphon Partners Advisory, he held various senior roles at Normandy Mining Limited, including head of Corporate Development and at Newmont Mining following Newmont’s takeover of Normandy.
Chesser chairman Simon O’Loughlin said: “Robert has been a significant and long-term shareholder and supporter of Chesser.
“His resources focused investment banking experience will be invaluable as Chesser seeks to advance its flagship Diamba Sud project.”
Greenslade said: “I am excited to be joining the Chesser board and welcome the opportunity to contribute my expertise and experience for the benefit of the continued success of CHZ.”