Board of Directors
Passion + Experience
Secova is a Canadian gold exploration company
based in Vancouver, BC
with a current focus of Quebec, Canada.
Secova Metals Corp. is a Canadian gold exploration company focused on building a strong asset base through exploration of undervalued gold projects in Canada. Management has demonstrated expertise in advancing gold exploration projects into acquisition targets, most notably in the province of Quebec. Secova has the exclusive right and option to acquire from Tres-OR Resources Inc. (“Tres-Or”), an undivided 65% right, title and interest in the contiguous Duvay and Chenier Gold Projects. Secova can earn up to 90% of the property (an additional 25% ownership) by funding a pre-feasibility study after the initial exploration expenditures to bring the property towards production. The Company has a total contiguous land package of 174 claims covering over 7,766 hectares (17,458 acres) of land. The Duvay/Chenier project is in the Abitibi gold belt, one of Quebec’s premier mining jurisdictions. The Company has plans to advance the development of Duvay/Chenier, Eagle River and Cobalt Bay projects as well as seek other avenues of growth through acquisition and mergers.
At Secova Metals Corp (referred to herein as “Secova” or the “Company”), we believe strongly that good corporate governance is important to the Company’s long-term success and the protection of the interests of our many stakeholders. The Board has approved a set of corporate governance guidelines to promote the effective functioning of the Board and it’s Committees and to set forth a common set of expectations as to how the Board and the Company should manage its affairs and perform its responsibilities. Secova has adopted a Code of Business Conduct and Ethics that is applicable to all directors, officers and employees of the Company. Corporate policies have been implemented to address the Board’s and Management’s needs in conducting business activities in an appropriate and effective manner, and to synchronize its governance practices with regulatory requirements.