Peter Akerley - Barisan Gold Insider

Barisan Gold Corporation -- Canada Stock  

CAD 0.025  0.00  0.00%


Mr. Peter C. Akerley is a Director of the Company. Mr. Akerley is one of the founders and principals of the Erdene group of companies and has held the position of president and chief executive officer and director of Erdene Resource Development Corporationration since March, 2003. Mr. Akerley is a geologist with over 25 years experience in the mining and mineral exploration business carrying out precious and base metal exploration in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Guyana, Mongolia and the Philippines. Mr. Akerley is also chairman of Morien Resources Corporationration and a director of Temex Resources Corporationration
  Director Since 2014      

Management Efficiency

The company has return on total asset (ROA) of (117.05) % which means that it has lost $117.05 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average.

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Entity Summary

Barisan Gold Corporationration, an exploration stage company, engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in Indonesia. Barisan Gold Corporation (BG) is traded on TSX Venture Exchange in Canada. It is located in Vancouver, BC VY G and employs 7 people.

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Top Management

Barisan Gold Leadership Team
Shawn Westcott, President
Scott Eldridge, Director
Darren Smith, President
Karen Dyczkowski, Executive
Peter Akerley, Director
Lionel Martin, Director
JennaLee Hardy, Director
Alex Granger, CEO
Michael Nayyar, CFO

Stock Performance

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