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Appointments June 27, 2019

27/06/2019 - 15:38

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Appointments June 27, 2019

Our weekly appointment wrap includes David Gray, Aaron King, Gareth Martin and Richard Seville.

Managing director of Insight Capital Advisors David Gray has been appointed to Bis’ board of directors in a non-executive capacity. Having worked in investment banking and financial markets for more than 25 years, Bis said in a statement that Mr Gray would make a valuable addition to the board.

Pacifico Minerals has appointed Aaron King as project manager of the company’s Sorby Hills lead-silver-zinc project in WA. Mr King had previously worked at Western Minerals Technology, Ausence and Karara Mining, and will work closely with the company’s management on the project.  

Agrimin has announced the appointment of Richard Seville to its board of directors. Mr Seville has more than 35 years of experience in the resources sector, having recently retired as managing director of Orocobre. Set to join in August, Mr Seville will serve as a non-executive director and chairperson, replacing current chairperson Brad Sampson.

Gareth Martin has been chosen to be the next chief executive of Perth Convention Bureau, having served in the role in an acting capacity since February. Working in several senior executive roles before his new appointment, PCB chairman Kevin Skipworth said that Mr Martin had promoted a positive shift in the organisation and would provide long-term strategic planning headed into 2020.

Bryn Jones has joined Boss Resources as technical director on its Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia. Praised for his experience with uranium, Mr Jones had previously served in key operational roles at Heathgate Resources as well as chief operating officer of Laramide Resources.

Gaelan Cooney has been appointed managing partner of Ashurst’s Perth office. Mr Cooney has been with the firm since 2011, and has focused on financing in the energy and resources sector. Mr Cooney’s predecessor, Richard Guit, has been named head of energy and resources for Asia-Pacific.

Erica Smyth has been appointed to the Lions Eye Institute’s board of directors. With 45 years of experience in the industry across an array of roles, Dr Smyth holds numerous advisory roles, including with the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environment Management Authority and ARC Centre for Mine Site Restoration.

BNK Banking announced that Lisa Stedman would join as chief operating officer. She has previously served ASX-listed Pioneer Credit, and joins as the company plans to come to market in the 2019-20 financial year.

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