David Boehm David Boehm, a chartered accountant, is an investor and advisor to companies regarding the Asian and North American capital markets. He has been the Chairman of Wolmar Investments Ltd., a private investment company, since November 2001. Mr. Boehm previously was a senior partner of Grant Thornton in Hong Kong, and a director of Ivanhoe Capital Pte Ltd., a private company based in Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Chairman of Audit Committee Terry Krepiakevich, was the Interim CEO of the Kaizen's predecessor, Concordia Resource Corp. from March 2013 until the Plan of Arrangement that created Kaizen in December 2013. Mr. Krepiakevich was formerly the Chief Financial Officer of SouthGobi Resources Ltd., a TSX and Hong Kong publicly-listed mining company. Previously, Mr. Krepiakevich was Chief Financial Officer for Extreme CCTV Inc., a publicly traded company on the TSX involved in manufacturing high tech surveillance equipment, and Vice-President Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Maynards Industries Ltd., a private firm specializing in retailing, auctioneering, liquidating, and mergers and acquisition services. Prior to his position with Maynards, Mr. Krepiakevich was a senior officer in a number of private and public issuers. He is a Canadian qualified Chartered Professional Accountant and was employed with the international accounting firm Peat Marwick Thorne (KPMG), where he worked with a number of companies in mining and related industries. Mr. Krepiakevich also serves as Director at Alexco Resource Corporation. In addition to acting as Chairman of the Kaizen's Audit Committee, Mr. Krepiakevich also is a member of the Compensation Committee.
Interim Chairman Eric Finlayson is President of High Power Exploration (HPX), an affiliate of Kaizen's majority shareholder, HPX TechCo Inc. HPX is a private, metals-focused exploration company deploying proprietary geophysical technologies to rapidly evaluate buried mineral targets. Prior to joining HPX in 2013, Mr. Finlayson spent 24 years with Rio Tinto, including five years as Rio's Global Head of Exploration. He was Interim CEO for Kaizen Discovery from March 2016 until January 2017 and appointed to Kaizen's Audit Committee in February 2019.