|Claus Stoltenborg has led the project scoping, sourcing funds and the overall management of Greenland Anorthosite Mining since the Company was founded.
Prior to GAM, Claus worked at leading Nordic financial services company Nordea from 2003 initially with a turnaround of a Life & Pensions Company, then with responsibility for cross-border IT, Product and Process in the Nordea Life & Pensions Group before becoming Country Head of the Wealth Management business units in Poland from 2006 to 2019. Claus held a crucial role in divesting the Polish business units. Before Nordea Claus was Country Head and European Senior Partner for Mercer in Denmark, which he joined from IBM business focussed on the Insurance sector across the Nordic Countries.
Claus’ qualifications include a Bachelor of Economics in Denmark, business transformation and management from the Open University, a management diploma from IBM’s education centre in Brussels and completed his MBA at Henley Business School.
|Claus has worked 25 years in the mineral resource and geoscience sector managing and developing a wide range of exploration projects in Greenland and Scandinavia including Storoe Island and other gold targets in Nuuk Fjord, PGE and Vanadium projects in the Fiskenæsset region and the Fen REE deposit in Norway to name a few. Areas of expertise include grass-root prospecting and exploration logistics in arctic settings, metallurgical test work schemes and 3D resource modelling.
His career involves positions in several junior mineral exploration companies and project employment by GEUS, the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland. Claus has also acted as consultant for the global mining company Anglo American in 2018 and 2019.
Claus has a Masters in Geology from the University of Copenhagen from 1998, and was co-founder of 21st NORTH in 2009, Arctic Core Drilling in 2014, and partner and board member of Xploration Services Greenland since 2010. Claus was furthermore director of Greenland Gold Resources from 2010-2021 and Graphite Fields Resources from 2015-2021.
|Anders has 28 years of experience with mineral exploration, having generated, developed and managed numerous mineral projects in Greenland and Scandinavia including the discovery of the Ammassalik Nickel-Copper district in East Greenland, and participated in the early development of the Nalunaq Gold Mine in South Greenland in the late 90´s. His expertise covers topics such as large-scale logistics in the Arctic, applied GIS/database management and budget planning.
Anders was employed by Rockwool from 2001-2002 where he had responsibilities within R&D in the stone wool industry and worked as senior geologist for NunaMinerals A/S from 2005-2009. As an independent consultant in GeoArc, Anders acted for a range of mining and exploration companies including Diamond Fields International Ltd. and INCO Ltd.
Anders has a Masters in Geology from University of Aarhus from 1994, and was co-founder of 21st NORTH in 2009, Arctic Core Drilling in 2014, and partner and board member in Xploration Services Greenland since 2010. Anders was furthermore director of Greenland Gold Resources from 2010-2021 and Graphite Fields Resources from 2015-2021 and is a member of the Geoscience Advisory Board at Aarhus University, Denmark.
|COO, Head of Construction
Henrik Fenger Jeppesen
|Henrik has recently joined GAM as part of the company´s increased focus on the construction phase. He has for the past 23 years worked for different engineering consulting companies and has lived and worked in Greenland for the last 15 years. From 2014 – 2021 he was the CEO of Ramboll in Nuuk, Greenland.
Henrik has a long and solid experience with managing infrastructure projects in Greenland and has taken part in the planning and logistical phase of development, as well as in the design and the construction phase on a wide range of projects. His background gives him a thorough and substantial understanding of the local challenges, possibilities and risks when developing infrastructural projects in Greenland.
Henrik has a Master’s degree in Geology from the University of Copenhagen. He also holds a graduate Diploma in Finance and in Management and organization. Henrik has in his career worked for both Danish and Greenlandic companies including The Danish Geotechnical Institute (GEO) in Lyngby, Asiaq (Greenland Survey, Misissueqqaarnerit), Ramboll in Greenland and Ramboll in Denmark.