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Matthew Reynolds is a non-executive director of Ignite Energy Resources, a small Victorian company aiming to build a brown coal processing plant and a coal seam gas project in the Latrobe Valley in Victoria.
A biographical note states that he is:
- "a Partner of HWL Ebsworth, whose particular skills centre on capital raising from early stage private equity through to ASX listings, management buy-outs and buy-ins, and in mergers and acquisitions. He is a key figure in HWL Ebsworth’s Corporate practice with high-level skills in areas that are stringently regulated and highly technical, working on the principles of close working relationships and the need to meet their specific objectives."
- "Matthew has applied his skills in the energy and resources, technology and the infrastructure sectors. He holds a Bachelor of Political Science and Economics (Hons), a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and is a member of the Queensland Law Society."
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- Ignite Energy Resources, "Board of Directors", Ignite Energy Resources website, accessed August 2013.