QEM strengthens the board for vanadium

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Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, featuring QEM and Red 5.  


Vanadium explorer QEM has appointed the former managing director of HSBC to its board. Tony Pearson will join QEM as a non-executive director.

The QEM Board believes his knowledge and experience will be pivotal in bringing its flagship Julia Creek vanadium and oil project in Queensland from the pre-feasibility to development stage.

Pearson brings ESG and critical minerals experience from his previous roles to QEM’s board.

“I am pleased to join the board of QEM, a very promising Queensland critical minerals company,” Pearson said.

“I understand the market growth potential for the company’s globally significant vanadium project, and I look forward to being able to leverage my commercial, ESG and critical minerals experience as the project develops.”


Red 5 has appointed Lisa Wynne as its new company secretary, continuing the company’s ongoing board renewal.

Wynne will succeed Red 5’s long-serving company secretary Frank Campagna, who previously notified the board of his intention to retire.

Wynne is an executive who has over 18 years of experience in finance, accounting, corporate governance, strategy, risk management and mergers and acquisitions.

“We are delighted to have attracted someone of Lisa’s calibre and experience to join our team as company secretary,” Red 5 managing director Mark Williams said.

“Lisa is a well-regarded finance executive and corporate advisor who has worked at senior levels of the mining industry for many years. She will be a valuable addition to our senior leadership team and I look forward to working with her in the years to come.”

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