Our board moves wrap includes Julie Elliott, Robert Hines, James Sullivan, John Morrison, Victor Rajasooriar, Adrian Paul, Brian Talbot, Raymond van Hulst, Simon Whybrow, and Stephen Jones.
Cash Converters International has appointed Julie Elliott and Robert Hines as independent non-executive directors. Ms Elliott has over 30 years of experience in senior executive and director roles across banking, financial services and government related areas. Mr Hines has over 30 years of experience across the energy, agriculture, banking and finance sectors with senior executive roles focusing on retail, operations and finance.
James Sullivan and John Morrison have joined the board of Horizon Gold as non-executive directors, with Victor Rajasooriar resigning as non-executive chair. Mr Sullivan has over 30 years of experience in providing commercial services to the mining and allied industries, including over 15 years in corporate roles with ASX-listed mining and exploration companies. Mr Morrison is an investment manager and representative of major shareholder Zeta Resources, with experience as an investment analyst in stockbroking, investment banking and investment management firms in New Zealand, UK and the US. The Management Agreement between Panoramic Resources and Horizon Gold will be terminated by the end of the month with the Horizon board overseeing the establishment of executive leadership and support functions during this period of transition.
Adrian Paul has been appointed executive director of Jadar Resources. Mr Paul has over 30 years of experience in the securities industry and manages a private investment company. His extensive experience in the junior explorer market and the capitalisation of those businesses will aid the company in pursuing its Yanamina Gold Project in Peru which is close to production, and the very prospective lithium borate projects in Serbia and Austria.
Omni Bridgeway has appointed Raymond van Hulst as executive director. Mr van Hulst was managing director of a business division at IMF Bentham when it was acquired by Omni Bridgeway in November 2019. He has close to two decades of experience in structuring innovative solutions for complex and high value litigation funding and legal enforcement matters.
Simon Whybrow, chief commercial officer and joint company secretary of Threat Protect Australia, has accepted a voluntary redundancy as part of the company’s cost-cutting initiatives. He will depart at the end of the week.