Company Strategy

Mr Matt Boyes

Chief Executive Officer

Mr Boyes is a qualified geologist and fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy with 25 years’ industry experience and a strong background in mineral resource estimation, project development and operations management. He recently served as Chief Operating Officer for AIM-listed Patagonia Gold, successfully overseeing the construction of two stand-alone gold-silver heap leach projects in southern Argentina.

Mr Alex Hewlett

Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Hewlett is a qualified geologist highly skilled at project identification and acquisition and was previously Chairman of Spectrum Metals Limited, overseeing its growth from in mid-2018 to being taken over by established goldminer Ramelius Resources in early 2020. He is currently a Non-Executive Director of ASX-listed companies Black Cat Syndicate and Wildcat Resources.

Mr Brett Mitchell

Executive Director

Mr Mitchell is a corporate finance executive with over 25 years of experience primarily in the finance, capital markets and resources industries. He has been involved in the founding, financing and management of early stage resources and technology companies.

Mr Mitchell holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Western Australia and is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).

Mr Mitchell is currently an Executive Director of MGC Pharmaceuticals Ltd (ASX: MXC).

Mr James Croser

Non-Executive Director

Mr Croser is a qualified mining engineer, with over 25 years of operations, technical and management experience in the Australian mining sector. Mr Croser is currently a director of Vaportrail Pty Ltd, a privately-owned mining consultancy business. Mr Croser has served as an Executive on the boards for ASX-listed mining companies including Spectrum Metals Ltd, Kalgoorlie Mining Company Ltd and Resources & Energy Group Ltd, while also founding and developing several private mining companies across Western Australia in recent years. Mr Croser has held statutory mine management positions for Perilya Ltd and La Mancha Resources Ltd, including as inaugural underground manager for the definitive feasibility study and construction of the 1 million ounce Frog’s Leg Gold Mine near Kalgoorlie.

Mr Croser holds a Bachelors degree from the Western Australian School of Mines and is a holder of a Western Australian First Class Mine Managers’ Certificate.

TNT Mines is focused on the evaluation and development of undervalued, large-scale mining and brownfields exploration assets in tier one jurisdictions of Australia and North America.

In September 2020, TNT announced the acquisition of Warriedar Mining Pty Ltd, owner of the Eureka and Warriedar Gold Projects in Western Australia.

Both Eureka and Warriedar have a history of gold production, are located close to established infrastructure including operating gold mills and demonstrate the potential for the rapid delineation of shallow high-grade gold resources.

In May 2020, TNT acquired 100% of the East Canyon uranium-vanadium project in San Juan County, Utah.

East Canyon is located 50km north via a major highway from the only conventional fully permitted and operating uranium mill in the US and the project claims contain multiple historic workings with visible mineralisation.

TNT also owns the Pelley Ridge zinc project in Montana and a greenfields exploration project in Western Australia’s Yilgarn gold district.

In progressing all its projects, the Company prioritises responsible environmental management and genuine consultation with local communities.

Company Secretary

Lauren Nelson


Steinepreis Paganin
Level 4, The Read Buildings
16 Milligan Street, Perth WA 6000


Mr Alex Hewlett

Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Brett Mitchell

Executive Chairman

Mr James Croser

Non-Executive Director

Mr Peter Woods

Non-Executive Director

Registered office

1202 Hay Street,
West Perth WA 6005
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