Thu, Oct 1, 2020 at 3:00 PM
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In the span of a few months, we've seen COVID-19 make significant changes to our ever more digital world. But how has this impacted corporations' relationships with their investors and how do we manage investor touchpoints in this uncertain future?
In Part 1 of this series, 6ix brings together the management from Minera Alamos (TSX-V MAI), Orezone Gold (TSX.V: ORE), and Fireweed Zinc (TSX-V: FWZ) to provide their insights into how Investor Relations has evolved over the course of this year and what lies beyond the horizon.
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Bianca PisciolaCOO of 6ixBianca Pisciola is the founding COO of 6ix, a capital markets technology platform. Through 6ix, she has deployed data-driven investor relations technology for more than 100 public mining companies, including Endeavour Mining and McEwen Mining.
Bianca is on the founding team of Save Canadian Mining, an advocacy group dedicated to reinstating the tick test within Canadian capital markets. Other members of the founding team include Eric Sprott, Rob McEwen, Keith Neumeyer, Sean Roosen, and other leaders of industry.
She also sits on the board of One Silver Lining, a Canadian non-profit organization she founded, supporting youth through conferences, benefit concerts, TEDx talks, and scholarships.
Brandon MacdonaldCEO & Director of Fireweed Zinc CorpMr. Macdonald is a professional geologist with a diverse experience base including exploration geology worldwide and investment banking. In recent years he has focused his efforts in exploration and development as a principal of and consultant to various junior mining companies. In the past he was in the City of London where he worked in structuring financings and risk management at Macquarie Bank. In 2007 Mr. Macdonald graduated with an MBA (with Distinction) from Oxford. He completed his B.Sc. in Geology from UBC in 2000. Mr. Macdonald has a long history of mining exploration work in Yukon, including zinc projects, and originally hails from Ross River, near the Macmillan Pass Project site. He is a Professional Geologist registered with Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia (EGBC).
Vanessa PickeringManager, Investor Relations at Orezone Gold CorporationMs. Pickering has over 15 years of experience in the exploration and mining industry working closely with a number of Canadian public companies in various investor relations roles. Most recently, Ms. Pickering was the Manager, Corporate Communications and Development at IDM Mining Ltd. until its acquisition in March 2019. Previous to IDM, Ms. Pickering worked with ATAC Resources Ltd. for over seven years as the Manager of Corporate Communications and before that, she managed corporate communications at Laurentian Goldfields Ltd. and StrataGold Corporation.
Doug RamshawPresident & Director of Minera AlamosDoug Ramshaw is a senior executive and corporate director with more than 20 years of experience in the mineral resource sector. His work has focused on mineral project evaluation, M&A and business development strategies supporting corporate growth.
Mr. Ramshaw previously worked as a mining analyst for an independent brokerage firm in London, UK and has served in various executive capacities for a number of publicly listed junior resource companies. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mining Geology from the Royal School of Mines. Mr. Ramshaw also sits on the board of Great Bear Resources.
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