Founder, Chairman, Director
Gianni Kovacevic is the founder of LithiumBank and an investor in the energy and commodity sectors. A graduate of electrical studies from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, he is an expert in the analysis of the global energy matrix and the impact technology and renewable energy are having on every aspect of society. Fluent in English, German, Italian, and Croatian, he makes his home in Vancouver.
Alberta based investor with 25 years experience in the Capital Markets including Chairman of Standard Securities Capital Corp and Managing Director of Wolverton Securities Ltd acquired by PI Financial Corp in 2016. Rob currently serves on the Board of Directors of Graphene Manufacturing Group Pty Ltd and Spectre Capital Corp.
Taylor MacDonald, CFA
VP Finance, Director
Graduate of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and a CFA Charterholder. Taylor is a 15 year veteran of the finance industry, and has worked in Vancouver, London, and New York on both fund management equity capital markets. He is the Founder and Partner of Caerus Capital, founding member of the Silicon Valley Blockchain Society (SVBS) and founding chair of SVBS Canada.
Graduated from the University of Alberta in 2005 and is a Professional Geologist, registered at APEGBC. He has 15 years of experience managing the exploration and development of multiple commodities including gold, silver, copper, lithium and rare earth elements. Mr. Piepgrass is a Qualified Person pursuant to National Instrument 43-101 standards for disclosure for mineral projects.
Jon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of Alberta and a MSc in Geology from the University of Alberta. Jon’s ability has led to the discovery and capture of several fields with over two billion dollars spent to date on targets he has identified. He helped bring Black Swan Energy from no production making Black Swan Energy the 4th largest private producer of oil and gas in Canada.
The Management Team will be augmented through 2020.