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Export event Date: 8 Apr 2020, 12:00 PM - 8 Apr 2020, 2:00 PM

Location: Melbourne CBD, Venue TBC

White Rock Minerals CEO Leadership Lunch - EVENT POSTPONED

White Rock Minerals CEO Leadership Lunch - EVENT POSTPONED

COVID-19 Coronavirus | Important Update
Austmine regret to advise that the White Rock Minerals CEO Leadership Lunch has been postponed and will not proceed on the scheduled date of Wednesday 8th April Melbourne.
Effective immediately, registrations for this event have been suspended, and we are currently determining potential new dates to reschedule, and we will advise you accordingly once a new date has been confirmed. 
Our main priority is the health and safety of our members, guest attendees and speakers, and we are accordingly following the advice of the Australian Government to not jeopardise this in any way.
Further information regarding the next course of action will be communicated as soon as possible and we appreciate your understanding in this situation. 

Matthew Gill, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, White Rock Minerals

  • Discuss 2020 priorities for mining & METS companies with fellow senior management
  • Learn more about the challenges and opportunities White Rock Minerals is facing with their projects in New South Wales and Alaska
  • Connect and develop relationships with like-minded industry leaders

White Rock Minerals is a minerals resources exploration and development company based in the historic mining centre of Ballarat in Victoria. White Rock owns the Red Mountain project in central Alaska - a high-grade zinc-silver-lead-gold project - and the advanced Mt Carrington gold-silver project in New South Wales.

At this event, Matthew will discuss White Rock Minerals' current projects as well as encouraging group discussion around mining, METS and leadership.

This event is a brilliant opportunity for leaders to connect and discuss the priorities and challenges on the horizon for the industry.

Speaker Information

Matthew Gill is a mining engineer with over 35 years’ experience, and is currently the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at White Rock Minerals. Matthew Gill has a strong technical, operational and executive management background, having worked in roles ranging from an underground miner, supervisor, department head and site operations general manager, through to CEO and managing director, in Australia (Tasmania, WA, Victoria and NSW), Papua New Guinea, India, Ghana and Bolivia.

He holds three First Class Metalliferous Mine Manager’s Certificates of Competency and has been instrumental in the successful development of three gold mines (Porgera, Beaconsfield and Ballarat). He is a three-time winner of the Australian Mine Manager of the Year Award and received the AusIMM Leadership Award in 2008. Previously, he was Group Chief Operating Officer for Singapore-listed LionGold Corp. Also, he has worked for Castlemaine Goldfields, Rio Tinto, WMC, Placer Pacific and Renison Goldfields. He is currently a non-executive director of AuStar Gold Ltd. He commenced with White Rock Minerals in 2015 and joined the Board in 2016. Matthew also provides technical, leadership and risk management consultancy advice to industry.

Event Details

Wednesday 8 April 2020, 12.00 – 2.00PM
Melbourne CBD, Venue TBA

This event is free to attend but exclusively open to Austmine members who must be of senior management level. If you would like to attend, please email for more information.

Hosting opportunities are available to Austmine members for this event. Please contact for further details.

Export event Date: 8 Apr 2020, 12:00 PM - 8 Apr 2020, 2:00 PM

Location: Melbourne CBD, Venue TBC

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