Dan MacInnis, President & CEO

Mr. MacInnis has over thirty years experience in worldwide mineral exploration - including Mexico. He has managed and directed multi-million dollar exploration programs for Noranda Exploration, Battle Mountain Gold/Hemlo Gold, and Sargold Resources. Mr. MacInnis has extensive global experience in property acquisitions and joint venture negotiations and operation. A significant number of mineral discoveries have been made under the guidance of Mr. MacInnis. Discoveries include gold and base metal deposits in the US, Canada and Mexico. Mr. MacInnis is a Registered Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo) and is a graduate of Saint Francis Xavier University with a BSc. in Geology.

Jonathan Rubenstein, Director
Chairman of the Board

Mr. Rubenstein was appointed to the board February 26, 2007. He is Vice President, Corporate Secretary and a Director of Andagan Resource Corp. In 2001, Mr. Rubenstein was one of the founders of Canico Resources Corp., where he served as a Director and as Vice President & Corporate Secretary as the company acquired, explored and developed its Onça Puma nickel deposit in Brazil. Mr. Rubenstein was instrumental in the negotiations for the 2005 acquisition of Canico by CVRD of Brazil for $941 million. As Vice President, Corporate Affairs for Sutton Resources, he also played a key role in negotiating the $525 million takeover of that company by Barrick Gold Corporation in 1999. He had practised law until 1993 and has been a mining executive since that time. He is also on the board of Cumberland Resources, Redcorp Ventures and Aurelian Resources.

Dr. Peter Megaw, Director

Dr. Peter Megaw, C.P.G., has a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Arizona and more than 27 years of relevant experience focussed on silver and gold exploration in Mexico. He is a certified Professional Geologist by the American Institute of Professional Geologists and an Arizona Registered geologist. Dr. Megaw has been instrumental in a number of mineral discoveries in Mexico including new ore bodies at existing mines, Excellon Resources' Platosa Mine, and MAG Silver's Juanicipio, Batopilas and Santa Eulalia Properties. Peter is the author of numerous scientific publications on ore deposits, and is a frequent speaker at academic and international exploration conferences.

Peter Barnes, Director

Mr. Barnes, a Chartered Accountant with over twenty five years of senior management experience, has been instrumental in building two of the world's premier precious metals companies. From 2003, until his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Silver Wheaton in early 2006, Mr. Barnes was the Chief Financial Officer of Wheaton River Minerals, and subsequently Goldcorp Inc., after the companies merged in 2005. During this time, Mr. Barnes was an integral part of a team responsible for one of the most exciting growth phases in the company's history, when Wheaton River/Goldcorp's market capitalization increased more than 25-fold to C$13 billion and the company was transformed from a junior gold producer to one of the world's leading low-cost emerging senior gold producers. From 2006 until April, 2011, Mr. Barnes was CEO of Silver Wheaton, a company he co-founded in 2004. Under his leadership, Silver Wheaton, with its unique silver streaming model, provided shareholders with a 50% annualized rate of return and grew into one of the largest silver companies in the world, with a market capitalization of approximately US$15 billion.

Mr. Barnes was recently honored with the National Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2010 Special Citation Award for Innovative Global Strategies, along with the Pacific region award for Mining and Metals. He is an active member in the community, and is involved in a number of non-profit organizations including serving as a Board member for the BC Special Olympics. Mr. Barnes has also served as a member of the Silver Institute's Board of Directors and holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Hull, England.

Richard P. Clark, Director

Mr. Clark is a lawyer who practiced mining and securities law in British Columbia from 1987 to 1993. For the past 10 years, Mr. Clark has been a senior executive with the Lundin Group of Companies. In 2004 he became president and CEO of Red Back Mining Inc and under his leadership Red Back grew into an intermediate gold producer with a 2010 production of 500,000oz per annum. Mr. Clark successfully guided Red Back through all facets of growth including discovery, feasibility, financing and production coupled with successful corporate acquisitions culminating in the acquisition of Red Back by Kinross Gold Corporation in late 2010. Mr. Clark has been a director of Sirocco since January 1994 and was appointed CEO in October 2011.

Eric H. Carlson, Director

Mr. Carlson has over 17 years of real estate investment, development, and management experience. Mr. Carlson has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Anthem Properties Corp. ("Anthem") since July 1994. Anthem is an investment group that specializes in the acquisition and management of Class B retail, multi-family residential and office properties in high growth markets in Canada and the United States. Mr. Carlson has also been President and a director of Kruger Capital Corp. since December 1992. Mr. Carlson is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia.

Richard M. Colterjohn, Director

Mr. Colterjohn is the founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Centenario Copper Corporation, a development stage copper company active in Chile. Since 2002, he has also acted as Managing Partner at Glencoban Capital Management Inc., a private merchant banking firm. Between 2002 and 2007, he has also served as a director of three other Canadian public mining sector companies: Canico Resource Corp., Cumberland Resources Ltd. and Viceroy Exploration Ltd. Prior to April 2002, Mr. Colterjohn was Managing Director at UBS Bunting Warburg Inc., an investment dealer.

Derek C. White, Director
Chairman of the Audit Committee

Mr. White joined KGHM International as their Chief Financial Officer in March of 2004. Since then, he has been twice promoted to Executive Vice President of Corporate Development in 2007 and to his current role as President and Chief Executive Officer on September 5, 2012. A Chartered Accountant who also holds an undergraduate degree in Geological Engineering from the University of British Columbia, Mr. White has over 25 years experience in the mining and metals industry. Throughout the course of his career he has held executive and chief financial positions with Impala Platinum Ltd., with Billiton International Metals BV as part of the Gencor Ltd. acquisition team, with The Hague in London and Toronto, and with the International Vision Direct Corp., where he received the 2003 Ernst & Young Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

Frank R. Hallam, Director

Mr. Hallam has extensive operating and financial experience at the senior management level with several publicly listed resource companies. Mr. Hallam was a co-founder of MAG Silver Corp. and served as CFO of MAG from 2003 to 2010 and since 2010 serves as a Director. In addition to his involvement in raising over $400 million for exploration, mining development and production, he has set up and administered exploration offices in Tanzania, Ethiopia and Eritrea, among others and has been involved in negotiating and managing property deals with Anglo Platinum Ltd., Barrick Gold Corporation, Johannesburg Consolidated Investments and Newmont Mining Corporation. He was a co-founder of West Timmins Mining Inc. and served as Director and CFO from September 13, 2006 to August 7, 2008 and as Director from September 13, 2006 until November 6, 2009 when the company was acquired by Lake Shore Gold Corp. Mr. Hallam continues to serve as a Director of Lake Shore. He was also the original founder of New Millennium Metals Corporation, a predecessor to Platinum Group Metals Ltd., where he serves as CFO, Corporate Secretary & Director. Mr. Hallam is also CFO, Corporate Secretary and Director of West Kirkland Mining Inc. and a Director of Nextraction Energy Corp. He is a chartered accountant and has a degree in business administration from Simon Fraser University.

Larry Taddei, CFO

Mr. Taddei obtained his Chartered Accountant designation in 1990 and has held senior accounting and finance roles in the natural resource sector for the past 20 years. Most recently, he was the CFO of West Timmins Mining Inc. up until its business combination with Lake Shore Gold Corp., a transaction valued at over $420 million. Previous to this, he held the position of CFO with a Vancouver-based precious metals producer with operations in South America, where he was instrumental in the completion of both debt and equity financings and oversaw the transition of the Company from an explorer to a producer. Mr. Taddei also holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia.
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