Key Local Officers

Mineral Bull Pte. Ltd. has a controlling stake in an Indonesia company, PT Galtam Sumatera Minerals, and the following personnel have been appointed as the local key officers to undertake the relevant day-to-day operations and business activities.

Mr Sudrajat
President Commissioner

Mr Sudrajat had a long career spanning over 35 years in the Indonesian Armed Forces before retiring in 1999 as Major General. He spent almost 20 years abroad as the Defense Attaché in the Indonesian Embassy in Washington and London. He has retired as the Indonesian Ambassador to China. Mr Sudrajat was appointed to the board of SEAAB (South East Asia Advisory Board) of Rolls-Royce Group plc. He has received numerous awards and citations within Indonesia and has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Harvard University (USA).

Mr Sanusi Hasanuddin
Vice President Commissioner

Mr Sanusi started his career in 1978 as a wholesaler in the trading of gold, silver and subsequently went downstream to jewellery manufacturing for these mineral/jewellery products. Thereafter, Mr Sanusi went into the trading of Zinc ore, and started to acquire a number of mining concessions in Indonesia with the intention of moving his mineral & metal business upstream.

Mr Sanusi has extensive experience with the business culture in Indonesia and China as he has been operating his businesses through his offices in Hong Kong, China, US, Malaysia and Indonesia for more than 20 years. He is fluent in Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia and English. In addition, Mr Sanusi is familiar with mining engineering works and their processing techniques. This knowledge was acquired from more than 6 years of research and management of the established mining company. Mr Sanusi maintains a wide network of business contacts in China as well as an international trade network in the mineral industry that encompasses the entire value chain of these metals.

Dr Ir. Bambang Setiawan

Dr Setiawan has spent many years in senior roles within the Indonesian government and its mining agencies regulating. A geologist by training, he served in the Directorate of Mineral Resources, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources from 1979-1995. From there he moved progressively to more senior roles in government regulation of the mining industry retiring in 2011 as Director General of Minerals, Coal and Geothermal. Since then he has served as an Advisor and Commissioner for a number of Indonesian natural resource focused companies. He was appointed Commissioner to PT. Galtam Sumatera Minerals as 2014.

Dr Setiawan holds a Masters degree in Mining Exploration Engineering from the institute Technology Bandung (ITB), in Indonesia and received his Ph.D. in Geology and Mining Exploration at Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Mines de Paris, France.

Dr Bekto Suprapto, M.Si.

Dr Suprato has a distinguished Indonesian and international career of nearly 35 years in law enforcement and the justice system. He served as Deputy Head of the Criminal Investigation Police (Kabareskrim) before his retirement and his service to the United Nations have resulted in numerous awards and honours. Dr Suprato continues to lecture and act as an advisor on legal and law enforcement matters. He also acts as commissioner (director) for a number of Indonesian mining companies including as adviser to Astra International on security matters.

A graduate of a number of police and national defence training institutions, Dr Suprato also received a Masters Degree from the University of Indonesia and has completed studies at a number of international institutions.

Mr Ludwig Madun Marianus Samosir

With nearly 40 years of legal, military and political service to Indonesia, Mr Samosir brings extensive experience and relationships to Mineral Bulls Indonesian operating company including legal and operational experience in government regulation and administration that has been key to guiding the groups licensing and approval processes. A former Chief judge and advocate in the Attorney General's Office, Intelligence and Foreign Affairs, Pak Samosir has also represented Indonesia internationally at the United Nations, in Japan, Austria, the USA, Thailand and many more in international law enforcement activities.

Pak Samosir' s educational credentials include Military Law Academy (PTHM), Jakarta (1966); Administration Staff and Officer School (SESPA, Jakarta (1990); International Training Course on Economic Crime, Unafei, Tokyo, Japan (1991); Certificate of Business Law, Jakarta (1995); and National Resilience Institute (Lemhanas), Jakarta (1996). Pak Samosir is an active lecturer and has represented Indonesia at a number of international conferences.

Mr Voo Kim Seng

Mr Voo has been involved with the Company since its inception. He has over 25 years of experience as a CFO/Finance Manager in construction, manufacturing and trading sectors with both local and multinational corporations. Mr Voo was formerly the Senior Finance & Administrative head of a large electronic manufacturing company in Singapore. He also has working experience in China, Indonesia and Hong Kong. He is involved in the Company's activities in China including negotiations with strategic partners. Mr Voo is fluent in Mandarin and English and he holds a Bachelor's degree in Accountancy from Nanyang University. He is a qualified CPA and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Singapore.

Mr Wilson A. Banda

A qualified Mining Engineer with over 25 years extensive exploration, operational & management experience within listed mining and mining services companies in the Southern African region. Holds BSc. (Mining Engineering) and obtained his MBA qualification from City University in London, Certificate in Advanced Mining Technology from Lulea University in Sweden and Certificate in Advanced Rock Blasting Techniques from Gyttorp in Sweden. In 1996 he became part of Anglo American (Zimbabwe) Plc Executive Committee (EXECOM) and Safety Health & Environment (SHE) Committee, and Appointed Manager in charge of Bindura Nickel Corporation's Shangani Nickel mine. In 2003 he was appointed Centserve Director of Rio Tinto (Zimbabwe) Plc with full P&L responsibility and Operations of Renco Gold mine and later as Head of the RioZim Technical Division as Business Development Executive, responsible for the group exploration, projects development and organic growth of the organization. In 2007 he was appointed Managing Director for Orica Mining Services (Zambia) Ltd and appointed to the Orica Zambia Board in August 2007.

He is an associate member of the British Institute of Management (ABIM) and Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in UK, (MIMMM).