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Our Leadership

Metalysis’ leadership team is committed to delivering economic, environmental and productivity benefits to end-users of high yield metal powders and novel alloys.

James Reimer

Director, Executive Chairman

James Reimer

Director, Executive Chairman

Philip Pauls

Director, Legal Counsel

Philip Pauls

Director, Legal Counsel

Nicholas Chance, CVO

Advisor to the Board

Nicholas Chance, CVO

Advisor to the Board

Nitesh Shah

Chief Financial Officer

Nitesh Shah

Chief Financial Officer

Dr. Ian Mellor

Managing Director

Dr. Ian Mellor

Managing Director

Keegan Reimer

Chief Strategy Officer

Keegan Reimer

Chief Strategy Officer

David Hawkins

Chief Communications And Marketing Officer

David Hawkins

Chief Communications And Marketing Officer

Jordan Reimer

Vice President, Business Development, North America

Jordan Reimer

Vice President, Business Development, North America

Simon David Harris

Group Company Secretary / Head of Compliance

Simon David Harris

Group Company Secretary / Head of Compliance

Benedict Pesa

Head, Information Technology Oversight

Benedict Pesa

Head, Information Technology Oversight

Resource Stewardship

Metalysis’ innovation strategy is underpinned by its core principles of environmental and resource stewardship for long-term sustainability.

This includes:

  • Primary refining cost and energy reduction;

  • By-product refining and waste reclamation;

  • End product manufacturing loss and raw material waste reduction;

  • De-carbonisation in manufacturing.

Where possible, Metalysis will seek to develop:

  • Zero waste manufacturing programs;

  • Closed loop water systems to eliminate waste water discharge;

  • Renewable energy sources where achievable

Anti-Corruption

Metalysis demands the highest standards of integrity and ethical conduct in all of its business dealings. We will not tolerate any bribery or corrupt practices from employees or business partners in any business activities.
Our company is committed to transparent reporting and all other reasonable measures necessary to ensure there is no involvement by Metalysis and corrupt processes.

Bribery and corruption undermine the rule of law and the principle of fair competition. Such activities entrench bad governance, hindering efforts to alleviate poverty and often contributing to economic instability and human rights abuses.
While the risk of bribery exists in all geographies, sectors and transactions, Metalysis understands that steps can be taken to mitigate the inherent risk of corrupt behaviours. Our Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy aims to inform Metalysis management, employees and business partners about our intention to closely monitor corruption risk and to take immediate action if evidence of corrupt activity is suspected. 

To learn more about Metalysis international compliance accreditations, please contact us.

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