Paul is currently the director and treasurer of Australian Mining Association which successfully held their first Asia Pacific Resources Conference (APRC2014) in Brisbane following the G20 summit.
Paul has been in Australia for over 26 years. He is a very successful entrepreneurial businessman; his over 20 years business experiences in Australia are spread over finance, property development, publishing, imports and exports, stock and commodity trading, wastewater/soil treatments and oil refineries, capital raising, M&A, Mining etc.
He is chartered member of Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) since 1991; and member of Financial Planning Association (FPA) and Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA); and Australian Security & Investment Commission registered Financial Planner, and Australian Credit Licensee holder. Paul understands the different perspectives between Chinese culture and Australian culture and is more than capable to bridge such gap via effective relationship skills.
B. Sc (Chemistry 1987), Justice of Peace(NSW)
George is a metallurgy graduate from UNSW and has been prominent in the coal industry in Australia and overseas for over 40 years, including having part owned and operated three export coal mines, since establishing his own companies 28 years ago. Among his many achievements are leading the Australian Government Sponsored Coal Mission to South America in 1977, being a member of the first Australian Coal Mission to China in 1976, the Australian Steaming Coal Survey Mission to the USA in 1979 and the Australian Ministerial Coal Mission to India in 1996, and being President of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (The AusIMM) in 1995 – they developed the JORC Code. He was International Chairman of the Coal Preparation Congress from 1973-76. He was awarded the Gold Medal for 2011 by the Mineral Industry Consultants Association. George is Executive Chairman of the Australian Mining Association.
He has been the Chief Executive in Australia for Consolidation Coal Company ofUSA. Throughout his coal career he has also worked for Coal & Allied Industries Limited, the Joint Coal Board and B.H.P. (then Australia’s major steel company and a major coal producer and exporter). He has been Chairman and Director of both public and private coal companies, in Australia and overseas. His experiences have covered most areas of the steel industry, some in the power industry, all areas of the coal industry from exploration to management and trading activities in coal, coke, iron ore and other minerals and bulk materials. Since establishing his own companies he has been responsible for export sales of up to 5 million tonnes of coal a year from his own and other mines in Australia, and some from other countries. He is mandated by several Chinese buyers to source coal and coal properties, and other inerals, including the China Mining Association, for whom he is the first appointed Overseas Senior Advisor.
George has been Chairman of Standards Australia, having chaired their Environment, Materials and Safety Standards Sector Board, covering all minerals. He was Chairman of SAI Global Limited (ASX listed) from listing in 2003 until 2008 and the Energy Council of Australia (from 1993 to 2006) and runs his own trading and consulting businesses, principally through Edwards Global Services Pty Ltd in Australia and PT. Edwards Global Services in Indonesia, serving the coal, minerals, energy (including carbon credits) and other industries worldwide. His over 100 major clients worldwide to date have included, amongst others, organisations as diverse as the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Gregg River Resources Limited (Canada), CITIC [Securities] (China), The Carbon Trader (Australia), PT Bukit Baiduri Energi (Indonesia), Peabody Energy (USA), Whitlam Turnbull & Co Ltd (Australia), Tenaga Nasional Berhard (Malaysia), SG Australia (part of Societe Generale Banque, France), Trans Natal Coal (became Ingwe Coal) South Africa and the United Nations (Coal Development Program).He has authored some 150 talks, articles and presentations in Australia and in 14 countries overseas, mainly on mining and coal-related matters.
B.Sc (Tech), C Eng, FAICD, FIE(UK), FAIA, F AusIMM(CP),MMICA
Delwar H. Titu
Delwar has over 24 years of local and global experience in stock broking, asset management and manufacturing. He first became stock broker in 1995 by acquiring TREC No. 22 (Trading Right Entitlement Certificate) of Chittagong Stock Exchange Limited for his company “Lamisa Securities Limited” and managed the business as Managing Director & CEO. In 2005 Mr. Delwar along with his partners acquired E-Securities Limited (holder of TREC No. 66 of Dhaka Stock Exchange Limited) and managed the business as Director and CEO for 9 years.
He was Sponsor Director of a leading manufacturer of Pharmaceutical Grade PVC Film for blister packaging company enlisted in Dhaka Stock Exchange and Chittagong Stock Exchange.
Delwar also has 6 years (2014-2019) professional experience in key business and support roles in Australia.
Delwar holds a Bachelor Degree of Commerce and MBA in Finance from IUB. He completed Diploma of Financial Planning from Monarch Institute in Australia and completed a certification course on Quality Management System of Medical Devices in Australia.