Our Values

Enabling a Better Future

We empower and impact

We champion economic empowerment, investing in programmes that develop the next generation of industry talent. We create vehicles for economic progress for the people in the communities where we are based.

We set the standard

As a leading mining organization, we operate according to international industry standards and take a continuous improvement approach to our work. 

We do no harm

We are committed to safe, ethical, profitable, and eco-friendly mining operations. We’ve made it our mission to find new and better ways to mine responsibly and ensure that our work doesn’t have an adverse effect on the communities where we operate, our people or the planet.

We hold ourselves accountable

Each one of us understands our role in delivering on our mission and upholding our values. We respect and abide by all legislation, proactively self-assess and adjust to stay on track, abide by a strict code of conduct and speak up when there are issues to resolve.

Our History

Trinity Musha Mines Limited [formerly Piran Rwanda Ltd], Trinity Nyakabingo Mine Limited [formerly Eurotrade International Ltd], and Rutongo Mines Limited are established as three separate, privately held companies. They all have a strong track record of mining and exploration of tin, tungsten and/or tantalum in Rwanda and are committed to incorporating responsible mining practices into assets previously acquired from the Rwandan government.

In May 2022, the three companies’ shareholders joined forces to form Trinity Metals Limited (“The Group”) under equity backing from Techmet, a UK-based private industrial company working to secure the technology metal supply chain in a world with rapidly increasing demand.  Techmet, Trinity Metals’ majority shareholder, works with a number of investment partners including the US Development Finance Corporation (DFC) to fund its portfolio. Additional shareholders include Piran Resources, the parent company of Piran Rwanda Limited and the Rwandan Government, represented by Ngali Holdings Limited


The consolidation of the three companies led Trinity Metals to its position as a leading mining company and private sector employer. The board of directors was appointed in May 2022 with representation from the major shareholders to oversee the company’s strategy and governance in Rwanda.


The three-way alliance, by design, builds upon the strengths of each of the three companies to achieve operational synergies such as increased production capacity, greater supply chain leverage, improved career growth opportunities for employees and stronger community and government relations.

Our Leadership

Trinity Metals Group

Board Members

Shawn McCormick


Brian Menell

Vice Chairperson

Peter Geleta

Executive Board Director

Uwera Diane Mugisha

Non-Executive Board Director

Adonis Pouroulis

Non-Executive Board Director

Darryll Castle

Non-Executive Board Director

James Beams

Non-Executive Board Director

Richard Merrison

Non-Executive Board Director

Executive Management Team

Peter Geleta

Chief Executive Officer

Sean Duffy

Chief Financial Officer

Tristan Minyati

Group General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer

Evode Imena

General Manager Rutongo Mines

Mbanza Missionnaire

General Manager Musha Mines

James Madahunga

General Manager

Nyakabingo Mine

Mary Ashimwe

Group HR Manager

Calvin Whitford

Group Technical Services Manager

Sam Ryumugabe

Group Sustainability Manager

Justin Uwiringiyimana

Group Head of Geology

Benon Kamugisha

Group Financial Controller

Richard Kamanzi

Group Security Coordinator

Rutongo Mines

Board Members

Shawn McCormick


Peter Geleta

Executive Board Director

Marcel Mukeshimana

Non-Executive Board Director

Dr. William Ntambara,

Non-Executive Board Director

Rob Rainey

Executive Board Director