Tom is the chief architect of the Interbit platform and serves as Chief Technology Officer of Interbit LTD. Tom got his start in mechatronics engineering and industrial automation of critical systems. He brought these skills into the enterprise IT field where he became an expert at building reliable systems out of unreliable components in data centers. His focus on blockchain began in 2013 after realizing it is the only path forward to failsafe business systems. Tom's ultimate goal in blockchain is the creation of everlasting and incorruptible data that executes with perpetual reliability
Steve Cuthill - Vancouver, BC, Canada
CHEIF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Before joining Belvedere, now Helix Applications in 2003, Mr. Cuthill served as Treasurer for Sovereign Oil & Gas Plc in London, UK and held accounting positions with several mineral resource companies including, Operations Accountant (N. America) with Homestake Mining Ltd.
Board of Directors
Brian Hinchcliffe – New York, NY, USA
Mr. Hinchcliffe has been involved in projects in the natural resources sector for nearly 20 years and has sat on the board of directors of numerous publicly listed companies. He served as Vice President at Goldman Sachs for ten years before launching an entrepreneurial career. Mr. Hinchcliffe is a co-founder of Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. and previously served as its President and CEO. Mr. Hinchcliffe is currently Executive Chairman of BTL Group.
Rufus Round – Kent, United Kingdom
Rufus has been an early adopter of and investor in blockchain technology. He is an expert in financial markets and believes blockchain will be the foundation for the next generation of enterprise financial applications. Formerly an investment manager with over twenty years of experience in multi-asset investment, he most recently managed funds at award winning London-based hedge fund, Cheyne Capital. Prior to that, he was a partner at niche arbitrage specialist Boston & Alexander, also based in London. Convertible bonds, fixed income, credit, equities and their derivative instruments have all featured prominently throughout his career, capped with crypto experience and investments in its underlying technology.
trevor gabriel – monaco
Trevor qualified as a Chartered Accountant in London and spent 12 years in financial and general management roles with Jardine Matheson in the South East Asia before returning to Europe in 1985. He subsequently ran a privately owned Oil Company which was based in UK and which had concessions in Gabon and a distribution infrastructure in several West African countries.
He then moved to Monaco where he has been based for almost 30 years. Initially employed as CFO of Camper & Nicholsons, Trevor decided to take advantage of a property rebound in Monaco and on the Riviera in the mid 1990's and set up his own agency which he still oversees.
In the past 10 years he has had NED roles with KLG (where he chaired the audit committee) and is currently very much involved in a privately owned start-up in the Hi-Tech sector (energy storage and Hi-Torque electric motors) where he has a significant equity stake.
Trevor is widely travelled, speaks several languages and will bring many years of diverse experience and experiences to the Board of Helix.
Mike Sutton, Kirkland Lake, ON, Canada
Mr. Sutton, is a geologist who has worked in some of the largest gold camps in the world, including Witwatersrand, Timmins and Kirkland Lake, serving in various capacities related entirely to the exploration and mining of gold. Mr. Sutton was awarded the Prospector of the Year for Ontario for the discovery of the South Mine Complex while he was Chief Geologist and Assistant Manager at Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. Mr. Sutton is currently a director of Galway Gold Inc., Galway Metals Inc. and Rupert Resources Ltd., all of which are listed on the Exchange.