We are confident that our technical ability supplemented by our combined operational experience and expertise of 125 years
will complement our passion to become a leading junior miner, while unlocking tangible value to our stakeholders.
Board of Directors
Neil Budd qualified as a solicitor in 1988 and worked in local government for seven years, specialising in commercial property and development projects. In 1995 he joined the Moscow Office of international law firm, Watson Farley and Williams. Neil worked in Moscow for four years, undertaking a broad of work including property, shipping, corporate, trade finance, asset finance, banking and securities. In 1999, Neil moved back to London and worked in the London office of Watson Farley and Williams as an energy lawyer; initially working on conventional power projects in Eastern Europe and, from 2005, specialising in renewable energy. In 2012, Neil joined Shakespeare Martineau, a top 50 UK national law firm, to develop his renewable energy practice, in particular in solar and biomass. Neil became a Partner in Shakespeare Martineau in 2016. In 2018, Neil founded Budd Legal. The focus of the firm is to be a niche practice advising on renewable energy and conventional energy projects, infrastructure projects, real estate and construction in the UK and internationally.
Tango subscribes to a formal Code of Ethics, that sets out standards of behaviour required by all employees, directors, officers and contractors of the Company (our “team members”) in conducting the business and affairs of Tango and its subsidiaries and affiliates (the “Company”). It is also our intention to be as open and transparent about our governance arrangements as possible and publicly announce any changes and improvements we have made during the year.
All team members are expected to maintain and enhance the Company’s standing as a vigorous and ethical member of the business community, and are therefore accountable for compliance with the policy. The Code of Business Conduct and Ethics are indicative of the Company’s commitment to the maintenance of high standards of conduct and are a description of the type of behaviour expected from team members in all circumstances. Breaches of this Code are grounds for summary dismissal for just cause without notice or payment in lieu of notice.
The Company and its team members, personally and on behalf of the Company, shall comply with the laws, policies and other regulations applicable to the Company and its business, respect the protection of human rights and recognize the responsibility to observe those rights. All team members must diligently ensure that their conduct cannot be interpreted as being in contravention of laws and regulations governing the affairs of the Company in any jurisdiction where it carries on business. Team members much avoid even the appearance of impropriety.