Board and Management
Mr. Ingram has been a geologist for over 30 years and has extensive experience in corporate and technical management of exploration and mining companies. He has held senior management positions within a number of successful resource companies in the precious metals and energy sectors. Mr. Ingram has worked throughout China, South East Asia and Australia. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of ASX listed Impact Minerals Limited.
Mr Ingram was appointed to the Board in June 2009
Mr Liu is the current Chairman of East China Capital Investments Ltd and has over 20 years’ experience in public company management, corporate investment and finance, and international M&A. In the past 10 years, Mr Liu has overseen several successful acquisitions and divestitures of mining assets including gold, copper, and coal in China and overseas. Mr Liu holds a Master of Arts from the University of New Brunswick and an MBA from The University of British Columbia in Canada and holds Directorships in a number of public companies listed in Canada, UK, and USA.
Mr Liu was appointed to the Board in July 2015
Mr Niu graduated from Hunan University majoring in Economics and Information Management and holds an MBA from Fudan University and an EMBA from Cheung Kong School of Business. Mr Niu brings to the Board a wealth of corporate and investment banking experience, having commenced his investment banking career at United Securities Co., Ltd in 1998. From 2005 Mr Niu joined the Investment Banking Division of Guosen Securities Ltd and was promoted to be the Managing Director of the division until 2015. He was appointed as Chairman of Jiangsu Chixiang Precision Gear Co., Ltd. on 8 July, 2016.
Mr Niu joined the Board in September 2016
Mark has over 40 years in corporate finance, mainly in resources and technology. He has been an Independent Corporate Consultant since 1994 and has during that time provided services to entities in the natural resources, information technology, environmental services and investment sectors, principally in Australia, USA and China, where he completed six years residence in Shanghai. Mark also has considerable experience in Africa, Europe and Russia.
Mark has served as an executive or non-executive director on several public company boards on LSE, AIM, Nasdaq and ASX markets. He is a BSc graduate (Mathematics and Economics) and a BSc Hons in Economics of the University of Natal Durban, South Africa.
Mr Jiangdong He is a directors and chairman of both Singapore Shenke International Investment Pte Ltd (Shenke), a company incorporated in Singapore and Shenke Holdings Ltd, a company incorporated in China. Shenke is a major shareholder in A-Cap. Mr He beneficially owns and controls all the voting power of Shenke through his control of Shenke Holdings Ltd.
Mr Weijun Meng is the current deputy general manager, general manager and deputy chairman of public company Zhejiang Jiyang Construction Group Co. Ltd, China. Mr Meng has also served as director and president at Taiyuan Lionhead Cement CO. Ltd, China. Mr Meng currently serves as non-executive director of Jiangsu Protruly Vision Technology Group Co. Ltd, China
Mr Jones brings a diverse range of exploration, mine geology and management experience to A-Cap Energy. Previous experience in identifying and quantifying mineral resources will enable the company to assess and maximise the economic potential on the Botswana tenements. A broad range of cross discipline experience has come from managing an Australian uranium resource project to pre-feasibility level. He has been managing exploration and projects in Africa since 2008, where his knowledge in exploration, production and safety has ensured best practices are in place. Mr Jones graduated in 1997 with a B.Sc. Hons in Geology from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He also has a Master of Applied Finance from Kaplan University, Australia and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
Mr Mustard graduated in 1984 with a B.Sc. Hons in geology at the James Cook University of North Queensland and is a member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists. Since graduating, Mr Mustard has worked as a geologist in the exploration and the mining industry throughout Australia, Southeast Asia, China, Mongolia, Africa and North America. His experience covers a broad range of commodities with focus on gold, base metals, uranium and coal. Over the past 20 years Mr Mustard has been managing exploration programmes from grassroots through to near mine situations and as a result has developed a good understanding of the requirements to ensure resource drill programmes are completed to JORC standards.