Strategic Elements (ASX:SOR) is a ‘venture builder’ that combines teams of leading scientists or innovators in unique technology or resources sectors to establish new ventures and projects.
Currently, Strategic Elements has 3 major projects in play; a large scale base/precious metals project in the Western Deserts of the Officer Basin, an artificial intelligence and robotics company called Stealth Technologies and the revolutionary Nanocube Memory Ink project which is a liquid transparent ink containing billions of tiny nanometer scale cube-shaped particles.
The company operates under a Pooled Development Fund program whereby most shareholders receive dividend and capital gains tax exemptions on their investment in SOR.
Charles Murphy - Managing Director
Charles Murphy founded the Company and led its successful registration as a Pooled Development Fund. He has experience as an advisor to emerging high growth companies assisting with business and corporate activities . Mr Murphy has co-founded and developed a number of companies through to their listing on the Australian Stock Exchange. Charles has successfully formed alliances and JV’s for multi-million-dollar development programs as well as forming global collaborations with companies such as General Electric. Charles is a qualified responsible Fund Manager and has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA).
Matthew Howard - Director and Company Secretary
Matthew has worked with some of the largest financial institutions including Goldman Sachs JBWere, Macquarie Bank, ANZ Bank and National Australia Bank. Matthew has helped close numerous multi-million dollar transactions with some of the largest Fortune 100 US technology companies in the Asia Pacific region including Oracle, BEA Systems and Sybase. Matthew has a Masters in Applied Finance, a Bachelor of Commerce (Business and Information Technology) and a Certificate in Corporate Governance.
David Lim - Business Development Manager
David Lim has worked in project management and business development for a number years. He has successfully project managed multi-national teams working on technology and resources projects. David has a Bachelor of Mining Engineering with Second Class Honours from The University of Western Australia.