New York Mining Club’s Member Committee
Rogier de la Rambelje
Rogier has 10 years of experience working in the mining and metals sector. He joined EAS Advisors in 2019 as Head of Mining. Rogier also has 6 years of experience in raising equity in the capital markets.
Rogier specializes in providing strategic advice in relation to M&A, acquisition / divestitures, joint ventures and equity and debt finance for companies and projects throughout the world.
In a similar role, he previously worked for BNP Paribas and the Royal Bank of Scotland in New York and London. Prior to these roles, Rogier worked for ABN AMRO Rothschild in Equity Capital Markets in Amsterdam where he raised equity for companies throughout Northern Europe.
Rogier has a Masters Degree in Economics of the University of Amsterdam and holds Series 63, 79 and 7 licenses.
Oliver Wright is a specialist lawyer at White & Case’ Global Mining & Metals Industry Group, focused on the Americas. Prior to joining White & Case, Oliver spent a number of years in-house with investment fund Mubadala Investment Company where he was part of a core team actively managing a global mining and metals portfolio. His breadth of experience, gained as in-house counsel at Mubadala has accounted for Oliver being a global leader in the sector. Oliver has extensive experience advising on a broad range of transactions across the mining & metals sector, regularly taking the lead on project development, financing and M&A transactions.
Prior to joining White & Case, Oliver was General Counsel and company secretary of Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat). Oliver worked for leading law firms in Australia and the Middle East for a range of clients in the resources sectors, including investors, developers and financiers.
David Kaplan and Elliot Rothstein co-founded Lascaux Resource Capital Fund I in 2012 to provide financing for junior miners. Prior to Lascaux, David was a portfolio manager at LIM Advisors running a commodity focused hedge fund. Mr. Kaplan began his career at Glencore where he worked for 11 years after receiving a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.