IperionX Limited (“IperionX” or “Company”) (Nasdaq: IPX, ASX: IPX)a leader in the development of a sustainable and circular titanium metal supply chain, today announced the appointment of Toby Symonds as President of IperionX.
Mr. Symonds has worked with IperionX since 2021, first as an advisory board member and later as Chief Strategy Officer. He is a highly experienced executive with over 30 years of experience in a range of leadership positions in operations, sales, strategy, finance and asset management.
Mr. Symonds previously served as a senior advisor to private equity firms, hedge funds and real estate asset managers, including Coliseum Capital Management, Sweetwater Capital Partners and Mosaic Real Estate Investors. Toby was Managing Director of SAC Capital’s Business Development Group and was a founding partner of ENA Investment Capital in London and Altai Capital Management in New York. Prior to his career in asset management, he spent over 11 years at JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley.
Todd Hannigan, Executive Chairman of IperionX, said:
“I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Toby Symonds as President of IperionX.”
“Toby has led our customer engagement with exceptional success – we now have a strong pipeline of over 40 potential customers signed on to our confidential sales delivery process in the automotive, consumer electronics and consumer electronics industries. Defense Toby has extensive global leadership experience in building high performance teams and we look forward to his continued success at IperionX.
Anastasios Arima, co-founder and CEO of IperionX added:
“Toby is an exceptional strategist and proven leader who builds effective, diverse and high performing teams. With skillful leadership in sales, government relations, finance and business development, IperionX is well positioned for rapid growth.
“Leading companies in the automotive, consumer electronics and luxury goods industries are looking to rapidly develop zero-carbon supply chains and maximize their use of circular materials. IperionX provides the only commercially available low carbon circular titanium production process. »
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IperionX’s mission is to be the leading developer of low carbon titanium for advanced industries including space, aerospace, electric vehicles and 3D printing. IperionX’s breakthrough titanium technologies can produce low carbon, fully circular titanium products. IperionX produces titanium metal powders from titanium scrap at its operational pilot plant in Utah and intends to scale up production at a titanium demonstration facility in Virginia. IperionX holds a 100% interest in the Titan critical minerals project, which has the largest JORC resource of titanium, rare earth and zircon-rich mineral sands in the United States
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