Carlos A. Massa

President & Chief Executive Officer – DIRECTOR

Mr. Massa guides Minsud’s development anticipating difficult times in the industry focusing on a systematic exploration on the Chita Valley Project, managing its cash position, raising money when the market permits and avoiding significant dilution to the shareholders under poor market conditions. In 2011, Mr. Massa led the development of Minsud (formerly Rattlesnake Ventures) through a qualifying transaction, resulting in the acquisition of 95% of MSA´s shares and a $5.5 million private placement. Before that, Mr. Massa guided the steady growth of MSA and, in doing so, contributed to the company’s capitalization through asset generation. He was also one of the founding partners and a Director of Latin American Minerals Inc., a TSX Venture Exchange listed company, where he actively participated in the listing process and corporate development. Mr. Massa is an accountant with more than 39 years of experience. He graduated from the University of Buenos Aires and originally initiated his professional career at Arthur Andersen & Co. and acquired business experience through senior management positions in the banking industry and his involvement with MBP International, a family fund controlled by members of the Miguens Bemberg family, where he actively participated in the fund’s acquisitions and acted as a director on diverse companies for more than 10 years. He was also Director at La Rural S.A., the largest fairground and convention center located in Buenos Aires, from September 2009 until October 2011.

Howard J. Coates

Minsud Resources Corp. Exploration Vice President – DIRECTOR

Mr. Coates is a former Vice President of MPH Consulting Limited and has experience working for major international mining companies, Falconbridge Limited and Billiton Canada Limited, in Canada and Australia during the first 15 years of his career. After joining MPH in 1984, he has been involved in the conceptual development and management of base metal, gold, iron ore, and diamond exploration programs in Canada and abroad for a number of clients. He has prepared or assisted with many independent technical and valuation reports, property evaluations, prefeasibility and feasibility studies to National Instrument 43-101 standards on mining properties worldwide (including Argentina, Australia, Botswana, Canada, China, Columbia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, Indonesia, Mexico, Mongolia, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Solomon Islands, South Africa, USA, Venezuela). He has also conducted reserve/resource estimations and audits for gold, base metals, iron ore, coal, industrial mineral and tailings deposits. Additionally he has provided technical input to litigation proceedings as an expert witness in a number of exploration/mining industry cases. Mr. Coates has extensive knowledge of mineral deposits gained through many years of experience. He has worked on a variety of advanced nickel-copper, gold, polymetallic massive sulphide, granite-related tin-tungsten-molybdenum, coal, porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold, iron ore-copper-gold (IOCG), uranium, diamond, industrial mineral and sediment hosted base metal and iron ore deposits. He possesses a wide range of technical and managerial skills related to mining exploration and development.

Paul F. Andersen

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Andersen is the managing partner of Forbes Andersen LLP, a Toronto firm of Chartered Accountants, and has over 15 years experience in senior management roles with numerous public and private corporations. Mr. Andersen is a Certified Public Accountant and a Chartered Accountant.