Solaris is a multi-asset exploration company, advancing a portfolio of copper assets in the Americas, focused on its Warintza Project in Ecuador that features a broad cluster of outcropping copper porphyry deposits anchored by a large-scale, high-grade open pit resource inventory at Warintza Central. Ongoing efforts are focused on rapid resource growth and further discovery drilling. The Company offers additional discovery potential at its portfolio projects: Capricho and Paco Orco in Peru, Ricardo via joint-venture with Freeport-McMoRan and Tamarugo in Chile, and significant leverage to increasing copper prices through its 60%-interest in the La Verde joint-venture with Teck Resources in Mexico.
Ms. Lowe brings over 20 years of capital markets, finance, and international accounting, tax and risk management experience. Ms. Lowe is currently the Chief Financial Officer of Solaris Resources since October 2021. Prior to Solaris, Mr. Lowe was Chief Financial Officer of INV Metals Inc., an Ecuador-focused exploration and development company, where she went beyond the traditional duties to become a driving force in the completion of a feasibility study, engagement with Ecuadorian government to advance project permitting, and negotiation of an Investor Protection Agreement and Exploitation Agreement, that contributed to the company’s successful acquisition by an intermediate producer. Prior to this, Ms. Lowe was Vice President, Finance for Kinross Gold Corp. for two years and Vice President, Internal Audit & Enterprise Risk Management for almost four years. Prior to Kinross Gold Corp., Ms. Lowe worked at Inmet Mining where she held leadership roles of increasing responsibility across functions including Enterprise Risk Management, Global Taxation and Compliance, and Business Systems and Controls. Ms. Lowe is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of EMX Royalty Corporation.