Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Independent Non-Executive Director
Independent Non-Executive Director
Independent Non-Executive Director
CBE, Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur
Alternate Director of Mr Cai Sui Xin
Mr Yury Makarov is the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of IRC. He is also the Chairman of the Operations Committee. He began his career at NT Computers as an engineer. In 2002 he joined Aricom as COO and moved to Petropavlovsk as the Group Head of Operations of the industrial commodities business before taking up his new role at IRC in 2010.
Mr Makarov had served as a Commercial Director of NT Computers in Moscow with responsibility for sales, service and support. Mr Makarov is a qualified systems engineer with a degree in avionics design and production from the Moscow State Aircraft Technology Institute.
Mr. Danila Kotlyarov is the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director of IRC. He joined Aricom as Deputy General Director for Finance a role which transferred to IRC as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer in 2010 and became the Interim Chief Financial Officer in March 2015. Mr Kotlyarov has considerable experience having worked at Wimm-Bill-Dann as the manager of budget control and a financial analyst, then at LLC Omegagraf, part of Sun Chemical Group as financial administrator and financial controller. Mr. Kotlyarov is also a member of the Executive Committee of IRC.
Mr Kotlyarov holds a BA in Management from Moscow State University and an MA in Economics from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. He is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Mr Daniel Bradshaw is the Deputy Chairman, Senior Non-Executive Director, and Chairman of the Health, Safety and Environment Committee of IRC. As a Hong Kong lawyer with a specialist shipping practice, he brings considerable legal and logistics experience, having worked for most of his career at Mayer Brown JSM as a solicitor, and currently as a consultant.
Mr Bradshaw holds an LLB and LLM in Law and is a registered solicitor. He is a director of The Hong Kong Club, a director of the Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden Corporationa non-executive director of Euronav N.V., an Independent Non-Executive Director of Pacific Basin Shipping Limited, an Independent Non-Executive Director of GasLog MLP, and a member of the Executive Council of the World Wide Fund for Nature Hong Kong.
Mr Jonathan Martin Smith is an Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Remuneration Committee.
Mr Martin Smith founded Smith’s Corporate Advisory, which was sold to Westhouse Holdings Ltd, a UK stockbroker, in 2010. He brings industry and capital markets experience to the Board. Prior to establishing his own firm, Mr Martin Smith worked at UBS, Credit Suisse and Williams de Broë.
Mr Martin Smith is designated by the UK FSA as an “approved person”. He is a graduate from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst where he served as an officer until 1982.
Mr Chuang-fei Li is a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee.
Mr Li worked for Bank of China in London as the Deputy General Manager and the Chief Lending Officer. He was in charge of investment and corporate banking, treasury and capital markets, financial institutions coverage, structure finance, aircraft and shipping finance, syndications, retail banking and auditing. He was instrumental in the establishment of Bank of China International, the first Chinese owned investment banking operation.
Mr Li is a past Fellow of the Asia Centre at Harvard University.
Mr Murray is a Non-Executive Director of IRC. Before re-designated as the Independent Non-Executive Director, he was the Non-Executive Director of IRC until 16 March 2016. Mr Murray brings considerable Hong Kong and Asia based experience to the Board, from a career spanning Jardine Matheson, Hutchison Whampoa and Deutsche Bank, as well as his current position as Chairman of GEMS Ltd. Mr Murray is currently a Director of Cheung Kong Property Holdings Ltd., Orient Overseas International Ltd., Wing Tai Properties, Greenheart Group Ltd., Spring Asset Management Ltd., and China LNG Group Ltd., all are companies listed in Hong Kong. He is also the Non-Executive Director of Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA, a company listed overseas.
Mr Murray was the Non-Executive Chairman of Glencore International, the Vice Chairman and INED of Essar Energy plc, the Chairman and INED of Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd., and the INED of Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd.
Mr Jay Hambro is the Chairman and Non-Executive Director of IRC. Mr Hambro began his career as a metals and mining project financier at NM Rothschild and then as an investment banker at HSBC. In 2002 he joined what is now the Petropavlovsk Group and was subsequently appointed as the CEO of Aricom plc. Following the acquisition of Aricom by Petropavlovsk in 2009, he became the CIO there, a role he relinquished in 2010 to become Executive Chairman of IRC. In 2016, Mr Hambro relinquished his executive role to become a Non-Executive Chairman of IRC. He also took up the role of Chief Investment Officer of SIMEC Group and Chief Executive Officer of SIMEC Energy & Mining Divisions. Mr Hambro’s role primarily focuses on the worldwide development of SIMEC, which currently includes a power generating arm and a global portfolio of trading operations focused on the resource sector.
Mr Hambro holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.
Before being redesignated as a Non-Executive Director from late March 2015, Mr. Woo was an Executive Director, Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of IRC.
Mr Woo began his career as an accountant at Arthur Andersen where he qualified. Subsequently, he was employed as an investment banker at ING, CITIC Securities and Credit Suisse. Mr Woo holds a Bachelor of Commerce and is a member of both the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants and a fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is currently an Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of TUS International Limited and Independent Non-Executive Director of Yuanda China Holdings Limited and SMIT Holdings Limited, all are listed in Hong Kong.
Mr Cai Sui Xin is the Founder and Chairman of General Nice Development Limited, a substantial shareholder of IRC, which is a global producer and trader of steel raw commodities. Mr Cai is the Executive Chairman of Singapore quoted Abterra Ltd.
Mr Benjamin Ng is the Alternate Director of Mr Cai Sui Xin, the Non-Executive Director of IRC. Mr Ng is currently the Executive Director of Hong Kong quoted Loudong General Nice Resources (China) Holdings Limited since September 2008. Mr Ng is also the finance director of General Nice Development Limited, a substantial shareholder of IRC.
Mr Cheng Chi Kin is the chief executive officer of an investment management company. Mr Cheng is a certified public account and a fellow member of the Association of International Accountants. Mr Cheng has 25 years of experience in corporate finance, accountancy, and investment banking, with investment experience in the real estate, infrastructure and natural resources industries.
Listed Date 21 Oct 2010
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