LLB, MBA, FAICD
Phillip Jackson is a barrister and solicitor with over 25 years of legal and international corporate experience, specialising in the areas of commercial and contract law, mining law and corporate structuring. He has worked extensively in the Middle East, Asia and the United States of America. Currently, Phillip is General Counsel for a major international oil and gas company, Non-Executive Chairman of Aurora Minerals Limited since it listed in June 2004 and Chairman of Predictive Discovery Limited since December 2014.
Phillip was formerly a managing legal counsel for a major international mining company, and in private practice specialised in small to medium resource companies. Phillip was managing region legal counsel: the Asia Pacific for a leading oil services company for 13 years.
Phillip is also a Non-Executive Director of listed company Scotgold Resources Limited.
Mr Richard Henning was appointed Managing Director of Peninsula Mines Ltd on 14th January 2014.
Graduating from Queens University, Belfast, Richard worked as a geologist in Australia, the UK and Canada before moving into the industry of technology transfer and commercialisation. After a period in venture capital, he joined Extract Resources, a company with uranium assets in Namibia and then Stonehenge Metals as Managing Director and Chairman.
Richard has extensive experience of working in Korea and other parts of Asia, particularly Myanmar.
BSc (Hons), MAusIMM
Danny is a geologist and has extensive experience in the fields of mining and exploration across several jurisdictions including Australia, Korea, Mexico and India. He has performed in operational roles in a range of base metal and gold mines. In addition, Danny has managed drill-outs of large gold and base metal deposits.
Danny is currently Peninsula’s In-Country Manager for the Company’s projects in South Korea. Danny has been with the Company since the purchase of the South Korean assets in May 2013 and became Executive Director in February 2016.
Mr Young Yu is the current Chairman of the Australia Korea Business Council of Western Australia and is the National Leader of the Korean Services Group at Deloitte Australia.
Between 2004 and 2012, Young represented both state and federal Australian governments in Korea as Commissioner of the WA Government and Trade Commissioner of the Commonwealth of Australia. He was a director of Stonehenge Korea and represented Stonehenge in Korea. He remains a director of Protean Energy Ltd.