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Australia’s next battery-metal growth story

Liontown Resources is an ASX-listed, mineral exploration company with substantial lithium discoveries at two projects and an advanced vanadium opportunity. The three high-quality projects are 100% owned and located close to modern infrastructure in established mining regions. The Company is in an exciting and significant stage with the commencement of a resource drilling program at Kathleen Valley.

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Our People

Liontown has an accomplished board and management team with an 
outstanding track record of discovery success
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The Company’s Chairman and major shareholder, Tim Goyder, is prominent Perth-based mining entrepreneur who heads up a stable of successful publicly listed companies including international gold developer Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN) and Australian mineral explorer DevEx Resources (ASX: DEV).

Managing Director, David Richards has 30 years experience in mineral exploration in Australia, S.E. Asia and western U.S.A. His career includes exploration and resource definition for a variety of gold and base metal deposit styles and he led the team that discovered the multi-million ounce, high grade Vera-Nancy gold deposits in North Queensland. He has held senior positions with Battle Mountain Australia Inc, Delta Gold Limited and AurionGold Limited and was Managing Director of ASX-listed Glengarry Resources.

Non-Executive Director, Craig Williams is a geologist with over 30 years experience in mineral exploration and development. Craig co-founded Equinox Minerals Limited in 1993 and was President, Chief Executive Officer and Director prior to Barrick Gold's takeover of Equi-nox. He is currently Chairman of OreCorp Limited. He has been directly involved in several significant discoveries, including the Ernest Henry Deposit in Queensland and a series of gold deposits in Western Australia. In addition to his technical capabilities, Craig also has extensive corporate management and financing experience.

Non-Executive Director, Anthony Cipriano is a Chartered Accountant with 27 years accounting and finance experience. Anthony was formerly a partner at Deloitte and at the time of his retirement in 2013 he was the Deloitte National Tax Leader for Energy & Resources and leader of its Western Australian Tax Practice. Anthony has significant experience working across tax, accounting, legal and financial aspects of corporate transactions. Anthony is also a director of Lachlan Star Limited (administrator appointed) and Limeco Pty Ltd.


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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

David Richards
Managing Director
Liontown Resources
+61 8 9322 7431

[email protected]

Nicholas Read
Principal and Managing Director
Read Corporate Investor Relations
+61 8 9388 1474

[email protected]


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