Tim Alch joins RESPEC as Senior Mining and Energy Strategist

RESPEC proudly announced the addition of Tim Alch to its Mining and Energy business unit. Tim joins the company from TAA Advisory LLC, where he excelled as the Managing Partner for 9 years.

Tim’s illustrious career spans 35 years in equity analysis, management consulting, and investment advisory. During this time, he has worked in various key roles, including Managing Director at Behre Dolbear; Senior Vice President at Anderson & Schwab, Inc.; and as a Mining, Metals, and Steel Equity Analyst at leading institutions such as Paine Webber Inc., Prudential Securities Inc., and Dean Witter Reynolds. He has also served as a Senior Consultant and Industry Analyst at CRU International, World Steel Dynamics, and Resource Strategies. In 2020, Tim was selected as the recipient of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) President’s Citation for Local Section Service Award. He will continue to serve as Executive Director of the New York SME.

In these roles, Tim has demonstrated exceptional leadership and industry expertise. His proficiency in project management, team building, business development, and analytical skills is complemented by a lengthy track record of analyzing natural resources, financial and capital markets, and related challenges facing owners, management, and governments.

“Bringing Tim on board enhances our strategic capabilities in advisory services, specifically in the natural resource sector,” says Tabetha Stirrett, Vice President of Mining and Energy. “We’re excited to have him here contributing his experience and insights.”

At RESPEC, Tim will play a significant role in driving RESPEC’s advisory services forward. “I’m thrilled to be working with RESPEC and have enjoyed getting to know many of its professionals active in mining, energy, base, precious, and industrial minerals and construction materials servicing the industry in many capacities,” says Tim. “This is an exciting time!”

Tim plans to be in Vancouver in January, at SME’s annual meeting in Phoenix in February, and at PDAC in Toronto in March. He extends an invitation to all interested parties to discuss RESPEC’s services and initiatives. If you have any questions, please reach out to Tim Alch.

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