About Our Chairman Emeritus Walter Storm
Mr. Walter Storm (1931-2022) was an entrepreneur with several decades of experience in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North America. Throughout his career, Mr. Storm was active across multiple industries, including the forest industry in Canada, mining industry in West Africa and Canada, as well as oil production and road transportation from Europe to Central Asia and Russia. Mr. Storm left his mark in Canada by startup financing Osisko Mining, a large gold mine operation near Quebec, through a German holding company (Eurasia) in which he held a majority ownership and acted as Chairman of the Supervisory Board. During Mr. Storm’s tenure, Eurasia not only funded the startup of Osisko Mining in 2004, but also helped the company to become a world class gold mine reaching market capitalization of ca. CAD$4.50 Billion. After being considered one of the most successful gold producers in Canada, Osisko was finally sold in 2014. In 2015, Mr. Storm purchased various promising mining claims near Stewart, B.C. – an area called the “Golden Triangle” due to its significant gold deposits. Furthermore, he closed a qualifying transaction with a public company in April 2016 and renamed the company to Tudor Gold Corp. Recently, the Company under his supervision advanced Tudor Gold‘s gold exploration and development efforts. After several successful drill programs completed by the Company, in March 2021 Tudor Gold published an initial mineral resource estimate for its flagship project Treaty Creek, which confirmed the Goldstorm Deposit as one of the largest gold discoveries of the last 30 years (see Tudor Gold press release dated March 9, 2021).
Ken Konkin, P.Geo.
Daniel Le Dressay
Natalie Senger, P.Geo.
TUDOR GOLD Corp. advocates high standards for its employees, and its board of directors assumes responsibility for the ethical and accountable management of the Company for the protection of its shareholders’ interests. The board currently consists of four directors, two of whom are considered independent under applicable Canadian securities laws.
The corporate governance guidelines of the Company are consistent with regulatory requirements and best practices for the protection of shareholder interests. The board has adopted specific charters and corporate governance policies and the board periodically reviews these charters and policies to ensure they are kept current with regulatory requirements and to ensure the guidelines are clear and that standards of conduct are maintained.