Martin Phillips
CEO, Talga Group

Mr Phillips is an experienced project manager, commercial manager and company director with over 25 years of global metals and mining sector experience. As Talga Group’s CEO, Mr Phillips oversees the establishment of the company’s vertically integrated, low-emission battery and advanced material production. This encompasses mine and production plant development in northern Sweden, pilot processing operations in Germany and product R&D in Cambridge, UK.

Building on an early career that included engineering and commercial roles in Australian and UK Operations with MIM (now Glencore) and Iluka Resources., Mr Phillips constructed and managed operations and implemented growth strategies for offshore smelting businesses. 

Mr Phillips holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment. He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and he holds a Confederation of British Industry (C.B.I.) Engineering Award.

Upcoming Sessions

Add to Calendar 2024-05-16 09:00:00 Europe's Leading Raw Materials Event: Responsible Sourcing for the Automotive Sector Given the significant changes in the automotive industry over the past decade, the success of the electrification strategy and the race to net-zero depend on ensuring access to sustainably extracted and processed raw materials. The automotive industry worldwide has stepped up to deal with this challenge. Are the actions taken sufficient, and what are the next steps? Rue Bara straat 1751070, Brussels, Belgium, The Egg Conference Centre, Auditorium RAW MATERIALS Europe/Brussels public
Responsible Sourcing for the Automotive Sector
Moderated by
Douglas Bolduc, Managing Editor, Automotive News Europe
Senior Director, Transport & Environment
CEO, Talga Group
Founder and CEO, Minespider
+4 speaker
Global Chief Materials For Electrification, Stellantis
CEO, Neo Performance Materials
International Lithium Association
BMW Group