Matica Enterprises Inc. has assembled a top-notch technical team to complement the proven executive talent of the company's founders. Management can be contacted and further information can be requested by emailing .
CEO and Chairman of the Board
Boris Ziger has over 20 years experience in the Capital Markets and has been instrumental in the establishment and financing junior companies. For the past seven years Mr. Ziger has been involved largely in the resource sector and has worked closely with many companies holding both board and senior management positions. Mr. Ziger has been appointed Chairman of the board of directors.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Brown has a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours from Bishop’s University in Lennoxville, Quebec. Mr. Brown started in the mining and exploration field in 1982 as a Mining Analyst for La Societe en Commandite Camchib, a large flow-through fund established by Campbell Resources Inc. to advance exploration projects in the Chibougamau mining camp of northern Quebec. Mr. Brown was promoted to Controller of Culleton Lake Gold Mines Ltd. overseeing accounting, budgeting, payroll, purchasing, and expediting for a remote fly-in 350 ton a day gold mining operation in the Northwest Territories.
Mr. Brown was a financial consultant providing accounting and public reporting services to Boulder Mining Corporation, Corner Bay Silver Inc., Flanagan McAdam Resources Inc., Muscocho Exploration Inc., MacMillan Gold Corp., McNellen Resources Inc., and Nugget Resources Inc. In September 2001, Mr. Brown became a director of MacMillan Gold Corp. and was appointed President. Mr. Brown was President and CEO until the amalgamation of MacMillan Gold Corp. with Duran Ventures Ltd. (TSX-V:DRV) on October 31, 2008. Mr. Brown was CEO of the amalgamated MacMillan-Duran until August 31, 2009. Mr. Brown has been the President of MacMillan Minerals Inc. since March 31, 2011. Mr. Brown was a Consultant to Corner Bay Silver Inc. during the discovery and development to full feasibility of their Alamo Dorado Project in Mexico, which was purchased in 2002 by Pan American Silver for over US$100,000,000 in shares and warrants.
CHARN DEOL PhD
Charn Deol has an extensive understanding of the marijuana industry having been an advocate for the legalization of marijuana since his studies at the University of British Columbia. Mr. Deol is a physiological psychologist by profession having earned a M.A. in psychology from UBC and a PhD in counselling psychology from Columbia State College. Charn Deol also has over 30 years of experience in the financial markets. He has served on both private and public company boards. His past and current experience includes providing management and consulting services to companies, project analysis, investor relations, and the financing of international projects. Mr. Deol has extensive experience in international business development having previously been a senior partner in a Futures trading firm with operations in Asia and negotiating mining projects in China and India. Mr. Deol is Vice-President of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (B.C.), and actively involved in fostering trade/business between Canada and India and providing corporate advise to foreign companies.
Mr Bouchard holds a Bachelor degree arts from Laval University and a Certificate in Science and Technologie from Université du Québec. He served 25 years with the Canadian Forces at several locations in Canada and retired in 2003 as 3 Wing Heritage Officer in Bagotville, Quebec.
Mr Bouchard was a director of the following listed companies: Normabec Mining Resources (2003 to 2006), Explor Resources ( 2004 to 2006) , Stellar Pacific Ventures (2009) and president of NX Phase Capital (2010 to 2011).
Mr Bouchard is a Director of the Board of the Fondation du Musée Naval de Québec since 2004 and was president from 2007 to 2009. He is living in Gatineau, Quebec.
MARCEL R. TREMBLAY
Mr. Tremblay resides in QuebecCity and is a former Member of Parliament. First elected in 1984 as a Federal progressive-conservative member of parliament, he occupied a number of important positions in the House of Commons, including Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister, to the Minister of Finance and to the Minister of Justice and Solicitor General of Canada.
During his two terms in the House of Commons, he also held the positions of Vice-Chairman of the House External Affairs and National Defence Permanent Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Permanent Public Accounts Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Permanent Member's Affairs Committee and was a member of the Legislative Committee Chairmen's Committee, Co-Chairman of the Commission on Senate Reform, a member of the House of Common's Permanent Management Committee and Chairman of the ten-member caucus of MPs from the Quebec City area, 1984-1993. In addition, he was a member of numerous parliamentary committees including: Canada-China, Canada-Europe, Canada-Japan, Canada-U.S. and Economic-Missions: Germany, Brussels, Moscow, New Zealand, Holland, and Taiwan. Finally, he was the representative of the Canadian government at the U.N., N.A.T.O. and O.E.C.D.
Mr. Tremblay attended la Sorbonne (Paris, France) and the University of Ljubijana (Yugoslavia) to study Economy and Politic Science. He graduated from Laval University in Quebec City with a Bachelor's degree in Commerce (B.Sc.C.) and a Master's in Accounting (M.Sc.C.) in 1967.