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Board Moves February 4, 2019

04/02/2019 - 17:02

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Our daily board moves wrap includes Bradley Marwood, Peter Christie, Richard Whiting, Simon Forth, Clive Carver, YeongJin Heo, SungWon Yoon, John Carlile, John Westdorp, Carol New, Craig Hall and Dean Calder.

Board Moves February 4, 2019

Consolidated Zinc has appointed current chief executive Bradley Marwood to the board as managing director.

Peter Christie has resigned as chief executive and managing director of Data Exchange Network. Current chief commercial officer Richard Whiting and chief operating officer Simon Forth have been appointed interim joint chief executive.

Clive Carver has resigned as non-executive director of First Graphene. Mr  Carver joined the board in October 2018 as the company viewed the alternatives for listing on the AIM in UK.

YeongJin Heo has been appointed non-executive director of Jupiter Mines following the resignation of SungWon Yoon who will be relocating to the POSCO head office in South Korea. Mr  Heo joined POSCO in 1995 and has significant experience in the resource industry. He had previously been involved with the company.

John Carlile has been appointed non-executive director of Kingsrose Mining. Mr  Carlile is a highly experienced exploration geologist with more than 35 years of experience in major and junior resources companies.

MZI Resources has appointed current chief financial officer John Westdorp as interim chief executive. Mr  Westdorp has extensive experience in ASX-listed mining companies over a 25-year career.

Carol New has been appointed non-executive director of Scorpion Minerals. She was appointed company secretary in January.

Craig Hall has been appointed non-executive director of Target Energy. Mr  Hall is a geologist and experienced executive in the resources sector, with over 30 years spent in local and international minerals exploration, development and mining. The company has also appointed Carol New as company secretary, following the resignation of Dean Calder.

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