01/04/2021 - 16:44

Board Moves April 1, 2021

01/04/2021 - 16:44


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Our board moves wrap includes Stephen Buckley, Alison Gaines, Peter Plakidis, Bianca Taveira, Tim Allison, Keith Smith, Nick Castleden, Karen Logan, Jessamyn Lyons, and Colin Noid.

Board Moves April 1, 2021

Australian Potash has appointed Stephen Buckley as joint company secretary. Mr Buckley is a director of Governance Corporate, which provides specialised governance and company secretarial services to ASX-listed companies.

Blackstone Minerals has appointed Alison Gaines as non-executive director, following the resignation of Peter Plakidis from the board. Ms Gaines is the managing director of Gaines Advisory and former global chief executive of international search and board consulting firm Gerard Daniels. She has over 20 years of experience as a director in Australia and internationally.

Bianca Taveira has resigned as joint company secretary of Horizon Minerals but will remain as a senior administrator.

Joyce Corporation has appointed Tim Allison as chief financial officer and joint company secretary. Mr Allison is a Chartered Accountant and had held executive financial roles in other public and ASX-listed organisations. Keith Smith, who has assisted with the leadership transition, now ceases as the company secretary.

Nick Castleden has resigned as non-executive director of Latitude Consolidated having been on the board since June 2017.

Karen Logan has retired as company secretary of Stealth Global Holdings, having been in the role for over 3 years and assisting the company in its transition to a public-listed company. Jessamyn Lyons will take over as company secretary. Ms Lyons, the founder and principal of a consulting firm providing corporate services to several ASX-listed companies, has 15 years of experience working within the stockbroking and banking industries.

Colin Noid has joined the board of VDM Group as non-executive director. Mr Noid has 25 years of construction industry experience across mining, transport, building and land development sectors. He has worked with VDM in a senior executive capacity since 2012, heading up the construction division, but his executive role has recently been made redundant.


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