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Appointments January 25, 2019

24/01/2019 - 15:33


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Appointments January 25, 2019

Accounting firm BDO has expanded its advisory team appointing Courtney Gibson as executive director of advisory and Samantha Moody as executive director of cyber resilience. Mr Gibson has 25 years of corporate advisory and forensic accounting experience. Ms Moody is the Australian Women in Security Network WA head, board director for ISACA and 2018 40under40 awards nominee.

Chris Evans has joined mining company Birimian as its managing director. Mr Evans has moving from his position of chief operating officer at Altura Mining where he was responsible for project development, construction and establishing the operation of the Pilgangoora lithium mine. During his tenure Altura progressed from exploration to production and export.

The Western Desert Lands Aboriginal Corporation has appointed Tony McRae as its new chief executive. Mr McRae has more than 30 years’ experience in leading sustainable economic and social development across the public and private sectors in profit and non-profit organisations. Most recently he was chief executive and company secretary for IBN Corporation.

After nine years as a non-executive director at CTI Logistics, Matthew Watson has been appointed to the executive team. Mr Watson spent the last 11 years working for Rio Tinto in iron ore business development. Mr Watson’s father David Watson is the founder, executive chairman and chief executive of the group.

Mining company Echo has made three new appointments to its executive team. Richard Hill has been named as the company’s chief financial officer after moving from the same position at Egan Street Resources. Wayne Foote has now been appointed project manager of the Yandal Gold Project. Travis Craig has been engaged as geology general manager.

IRDI Legal announced Emily Williams has joined the company as a senior lawyer. Ms Williams previously worked as a senior associate for Hotchkin Hanly Lawyers and specialises in commercial and property law. 

Subiaco law firm Pragma Legal has hired two new lawyers. Michael Stulic moved from a boutique law firm specialising in commercial dispute resolution. Jordie Fienberg will join the company as a graduate lawyer after studying a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) at the University of Notre Dame.


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