Keith Neumeyer

Mr. Neumeyer has worked in the investment community since 1984. He began his career at a number of Canadian national brokerage firms. Mr. Neumeyer moved on to work with several publicly-traded companies in the resource and high technology sectors. His roles have included senior management positions and directorships responsible in areas of finance, business development, strategic planning and corporate restructuring. Mr. Neumeyer was the original and founding President of First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (T-FM). Mr. Neumeyer founded First Majestic Silver in 2002 and First Mining Gold in 2015. Mr. Neumeyer has also listed a number of companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange and as such has extensive experience dealing with the financial, regulatory, legal and accounting issues that are relevant in the investment community. Mr. Neumeyer also won the E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2011 for the Metals & Mining category.

Stosic & Associates

Stosic & Associates is a hands-on, boutique government relations firm that works closely with leaders and change-makers inside government, businesses, and associations to build relationships, mobilize coalitions, and help shape the policy landscape.

S&A has represented big and small enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, private banks and VCs – and we do it across a wide range of industries, including Financial Tech, Health/Life Sciences, the Shared/Mobile Economy, Alcohol, Cannabis, and Sports and Entertainment.

Pendry Cannon

Pendry Cannon has uniquely powerful methods to tell your company story to both institutional investors and millions of retail investors.

Rob McEwen

Rob McEwen is the Chairman and Chief Owner of McEwen Mining Inc. He is the founder and former Chairman and CEO of Goldcorp Inc., which is one of the largest gold producers in the world. In 1990, Rob jumped from the investment industry into the mining industry. By 1993, he had begun a consolidation of five companies that would take eight years to complete. The resultant company was Goldcorp Inc. which has become a gold mining powerhouse. During the last thirteen years of Rob being Goldcorp’s CEO, the company’s market capitalization grew from $50 million to over $8 billion and its share price grew at a compound annual rate of 31%.

Bianca Pisciola

Bianca Pisciola is the founding COO of 6ix. She oversees the sales team, and she has had a direct role in the generation millions of dollars in revenue and in investment capital for clients.

Bianca sits on the board of One Silver Lining, a Canadian non-profit organization supporting youth through conferences, benefit concerts, TEDx talks, and scholarships.

Daniel Barankin

Daniel Barankin is the founding Chief Executive Officer of 6ix, where he oversees the design, development, and engineering of the 6ix investor experience platform.

Daniel studied philosophy, politics, and anthropology at the University of Toronto, Trinity College, before launching 6ix on Canada Day 2016.

Prior to 6ix, Daniel was the CEO of Academic Nexus, a digital marketing agency specializing in helping pre-revenue startups reach multi-million dollar run rates in their first years of business.

Osisko Gold Royalties

Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd is an intermediate precious metal royalty company that commenced activities in June 2014 and now holds a North American focused portfolio of over 135 royalties, streams and precious metal offtakes. Osisko’s portfolio is anchored by its 5% NSR royalty on the Canadian Malartic Mine, which is the largest gold mine in Canada. Osisko also owns a portfolio of publicly held resource companies, including interest in Osisko Mining Inc. and Falco Resources Ltd.


6ix provides a data-driven investor experience platform that helps public companies attract investors, engage shareholders, and build trust.

Sean Roosen

Mr. Sean Roosen is the Chair of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation. Mr. Roosen was a founding member of Osisko Mining Corporation (2003-2014) and of EurAsia Holding AG, a European venture capital fund. Mr. Roosen has over 30 years of progressive experience in the mining industry. As founder, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Osisko Mining Corporation, he was responsible for developing the strategic plan for the discovery, financing and development of the Canadian Malartic Mine. He also led the efforts for the maximization of shareholders’ value in the sale of Osisko Mining Corporation, which resulted in the creation of Osisko Gold Royalties. Mr. Roosen is an active participant in the resource sector and in the formation of new companies to explore for mineral deposits both in Canada and internationally. He serves on the board of directors of Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd., Osisko Mining Inc. and Victoria Gold Corp.  – companies that are part of Osisko’s incubator model.

Mr. Roosen has been recognized by several organizations for his entrepreneurial successes and his leadership in innovative sustainability practices.

Mr. Roosen is a graduate of the Haileybury School of Mines.


Eric Sprott

Sprott started his career as a research analyst with Merrill Lynch, before becoming a fund manager. In 2001, he sold his first company, Sprott Securities, to the company’s staff, and donated $10 million to Carleton University, who renamed their business school, the Sprott School of Business. Sprott advised investors to buy gold before the 2008 financial crash.He was the chairman of Sprott Inc, a Toronto-based asset management firm, from 2010 to May 2017. Sprott is a “long-time gold bull”, and claims to hold 90% of his assets (except for Sprott Inc shares) in gold and silver.