Directors

Bruce McLeod, P.Eng

Director, President and Chief Executive Officer

Bruce McLeod, P.Eng

Bruce McLeod is a Mining Engineer with over 35 years of experience across the mining industry, from exploration through discovery, development, construction, and operations. He has had an executive role with Sabina since early 2015 where has led the company in all areas including the addition of significant gold reserves through exploration, the completion of successively more value-added feasibility studies and the successful permitting and garnering of government and community support for the Back River gold deposit. Mr. McLeod has also raised for over $1Billion for the exploration, development and construction of Back River, one of the highest-grade gold deposits in construction today.

Mr. McLeod has held senior executive positions at several mining companies including Sherwood Copper Corp., Mercator Minerals Ltd. Stornoway Diamond Corporation, and the Northair Group. Mr. McLeod was an independent member of the boards of Kaminak Gold Corporation, Palmerejo Silver and Gold Corp., and Ariane Gold Corp. before their successful acquisitions by major mining companies. He is currently an independent board member of Gold Standard Ventures Corp.. Mr. McLeod was the corecipient of AMEBC’s EA Scholz Award for excellence in mine development in 2009 and primarily focuses on project development, strategic planning, and financing activities. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Mining Engineering from the Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology.

Walter Segsworth, Non-executive Chair of the Board, Compensation Committee (Chair), Health, Safety & Environment Committee

Director and Chairman

Walter Segsworth, Non-executive Chair of the Board, Compensation Committee (Chair), Health, Safety & Environment Committee

Mr. Segsworth has 40 years of experience in mining in Canada and overseas and has served as a senior officer of several mining companies including Westmin Resources, where he was President & CEO and Homestake Mining Company, where he was President & COO. Mr. Segsworth has served on several boards of resource companies over the past decade and is currently lead independent director of Pan American Silver. Mr. Segsworth is past Chairman of both the Mining Associations of British Columbia (BC) and Canada and was named BC’s Mining Person of the year in 1996. He served as the Non-Executive Chairman of Cumberland Resources Ltd. which was developing the Meadowbank Gold deposit in Nunavut when it was acquired by Agnico Eagle Mines Limited in 2007. He received his bachelor of science in mining engineering from Michigan Technology University. Mr. Segsworth is independent within the meaning of National Instrument 58-101. Mr. Segsworth’s experience is a critical asset to the Board and the Company as it transitions from developer to producer.

David Fennell, Health, Safety & Environment Committee, Governance & Nominating Committee

Director

David Fennell, Health, Safety & Environment Committee, Governance & Nominating Committee

David Fennell has over 35 years’ experience in the mining industry. He received a law degree from the University of Alberta in 1979 and practiced law until he founded Golden Star Resources Ltd in 1983. During his term as president and CEO, Golden Star became a TSE 300 company and one of the largest and most successful exploration companies. In 1998, Mr. Fennell became chairman and CEO of Cambiex Explorations Ltd, which became Hope Bay Gold Corporation. He held this position through the merger of Hope Bay and Miramar Mining Corporation, and remained as executive vice-chairman and director for the combined entity until its takeover by Newmont Mining Corporation in 2008. Mr. Fennell has been instrumental in the success of several resource companies. He currently serves as Chairman of Reunion Gold Corporation and Highland Copper Company Inc., and he is a director of Torex Gold Resources Ltd.

Anthony P. Walsh, CA, Audit Committee (Chair), Governance & Nominating Committee

Director

Anthony P. Walsh, CA, Audit Committee (Chair), Governance & Nominating Committee Mr. Walsh graduated from Queen’s University (Canada) in 1973 and became a member of The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants in 1976. Mr. Walsh has over 20 years’ experience in the field of exploration, mining and development. From 2008 to 2011, Mr. Walsh was President & CEO and a Director of Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. (he retired in 2011). From 1999 to 2007, Mr. Walsh was President and Chief Executive Officer of Miramar, from 1995 — 1999 Mr. Walsh was Vice President Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Miramar, from 1993 to 1995 was the Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of a computer leasing company and from 1989 to 1992 was Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice-President, Finance of International Corona Resources Ltd., a gold producer.

Anna El-Erian (Stylianides), Audit Committee, Compensation Committee

Director

Anna El-Erian (Stylianides), Audit Committee, Compensation Committee Ms. Stylianides has 25 years of experience in the global capital markets having spent much of her career in investment banking, private equity, and corporate management and restructuring. She began her career in corporate law by joining the firm of Webber Wentzel Attorneys in 1990 after graduating from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 1992 she joined Investec Merchant Bank Limited where she specialized in risk management and gained extensive experience in the areas of corporate finance and structured finance, mergers and acquisitions, specialized finance and other banking and financial services transactions. She was also involved in designing and structuring financial products for financial institutions and corporations. Since 1997, Ms. Stylianides has been a director of and has been engaged in the financial restructuring of certain Nasdaq publicly-traded companies and has extensive knowledge of Canadian and SEC securities regulations. Ms. Stylianides continues to work extensively with private equity investors in structuring transactions in the banking, construction and mining industries. Ms. Stylianides has numerous board appointments, and currently also serves as a director of Entrée Gold Inc, and Altius Minerals Corp.

David Rae, Compensation Committee, Health, Safety & Environment Committee (Chair)

Director

David Rae, Compensation Committee, Health, Safety & Environment Committee (Chair) David Rae holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Metallurgy from Leeds University in Yorkshire, England. Mr. Rae is a seasoned international mining and smelting executive with extensive experience in Africa, Europe and Canada and has held increasingly senior operating and executive roles with international mining companies including Falconbridge and Xstrata. He joined Dundee Precious Metals as Senior Vice President, Operations in November, 2012, and was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in May 2014, becoming President and Chief Executive Officer in May, 2020.

Anna Tudela, Governance & Nominating Committee, Health, Safety & Environment Committee

Director

Anna Tudela, Governance & Nominating Committee, Health, Safety & Environment Committee Ms. Tudela (Acc. Dir., CCIP, GCB.D) has over 30 years of experience working with public companies in the securities and corporate finance areas, in Canada, the United States and South America. Most recently, she was the Vice President of Diversity, Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Secretary of Goldcorp. In 2010 she founded Creating Choices, a program unique in the global mining industry which recognizes the value in nurturing a culture of diversity and inclusion and promoting the advancement of women.

She was an active member of senior management with Wheaton River Minerals, Placer Dome Canada, Glamis Gold Ltd. and others, culminating with the takeover of Goldcorp by Newmont Mining Corporation. Ms. Tudela has served as Corporate Secretary of Goldcorp Inc., Silver Wheaton Corp (Wheaton Precious Metals) and Diamond Fields Resources Inc. Ms. Tudela has been recognized by various organizations for her work on governance, boards and advancing women in leadership in traditionally male dominated industries, receiving the Peter Day Governance Achievement Award; named one of the 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining; the Association of Women in Finance awarding her the honour of Champion; Dalhousie University awarding her the 2016 Scotiabank Ethical Leadership Award and by Catalyst naming her 2016 Catalyst Canada Honours Champion. Ms. Tudela is a director of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion and Regulus Resources Inc., a Certified Canadian Inclusion Professional, an Accredited Director (CGI) and a certified Global Competent Board advisor. Most recently, Ms. Tudela was the recipient of the WIM (BC) Aurora Award which recognizes an exceptional woman in mining who inspires others.

Jianzhuo Xu, Audit Committee, Governance & Nominating Committee

Director

Mr. Xu is the Chief Investment Officer of Zhaojin Mining Industry Co., a gold producer listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He has more than 15 years of experience in global capital markets and mining investments. He is the founding partner of Marshall Precious Metals Fund focused on early-stage junior mining investments and is the Alternate Director of the World Gold Council. Previously, Mr. Xu served as Director in the global metals and mining team in UBS Investment Bank and as Head of Mining Investments in Can-China Global Resource Fund. Mr. Xu holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics with first-class honours from The London School of Economics.