Stephen Keith- President & CEO
Mr. Keith is a registered professional engineer and an accomplished senior executive with 20 years in the natural resources sector, with a specific focus on mining and finance. Mr. Keith has worked as a geological engineer, an investment banker and an executive for several public and private companies. Most recently, he held the position of Managing Director of Fertoz Ltd., a company focused on organic phosphate production in Canada and fertilizer distribution in Australia. Prior thereto, he was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Rio Verde Minerals, a fertilizer company focused on developing potash and phosphate assets in Brazil. Mr. Keith also previously served as Vice President Investment Banking at Thomas Weisel Partners, working on natural resources transactions in the mining and energy sectors. He has a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science with a major in Geological Engineering from Queens University in Canada, and a Master of Business Administration in International Business, with Latin America focus, from Schulich School of Business at York University in Canada. Mr. Keith is fluent in Spanish.
Lloyd Wiggins- Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Wiggins is a Chartered Accountant, Chartered Director and an experienced finance executive with more than 35 years of professional experience. Prior to his appointment at GrowMax in April 2017, Mr. Wiggins was the CFO of Petrowest Corporation, a publicly listed, multifaceted energy services company with revenues exceeding $200 million. Prior to that, Mr. Wiggins served as CFO and in other senior financial and accounting positions with multiple public and private entities including Movie Distribution Income Fund, TGS North American Real Estate Investment Trust, and the Hees/Edper Group of Companies. Mr. Wiggins received his Bachelor of Commerce degree with an Accounting Major from the University of Saskatchewan, is a Chartered Accountant with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta, and obtained his Chartered Director designation from the Directors College (a joint venture between McMaster University and The Conference Board of Canada).