VANCOUVER, CANADA – JANUARY 23, 2018 – CSA Global today announced Dr Neal Reynolds, one of the company’s partners and longest-serving consultants, would relocate from its headquarters in Australia to join its Vancouver office.
President of Americas, Stan Wholley stated, “As part of our continued growth in the Americas, we are very excited to have Dr Reynolds join the Canadian team. Neal’s experience is a great fit for the team and the needs of this market.”
Dr Reynolds has more than 30 years’ diverse experience in the mining industry and has strong skills in project management, due diligence, and expert reporting. His expertise has been honed over hundreds of consulting roles across Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
“His experience in precious and base metal systems and additional specialist skills in structural analysis, lithostratigraphy, and mapping are highly sought after by our clients. Neal has a strong global network and has an excellent reputation for his technical expertise and ability to add value to projects. The addition of Neal to our Canadian team will provide further momentum to help propel our business forward in 2018,” added Stan.
Commenting on his appointment, Neal said: “I am looking forward to the challenge of relocating to Canada and to reconnecting with many clients, associates, colleagues and friends in Canada and the Americas.”
Dr Reynolds will arrive in Canada to attend the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference and AME Roundup 2018 from January 21, followed by the PDAC Conference in Toronto in March.
Dr Reynolds experience in the mining industry extends from target generation to advanced exploration and mining stage projects, encompassing regional studies, project management, project due diligence, audit and optimisation, and expert reporting. Neal has broad commodity experience and specialist expertise in sediment-hosted and intrusive-related base and precious metals systems. He specialises in integrated mineral systems targeting and deposit optimisation including the integrated application of geochemistry, geophysics, lithostratigraphy, structural geology, and alteration studies to unlock the architecture of mineral systems from district to deposit scale.