Our board moves wrap includes Jonathan Taylor, Timothy Spencer, David Crook, Paul Payne, Dennison Hambling, Peter Kennan, Aleksandra Spaseska, and Vicki Robinson.
UK-based Jonathan Taylor has resigned as technical director of Calima Energy following a shift in the company’s focus to the Calima Lands in Canada. Mr Taylor will continue to be a material shareholder and is available to assist in a consulting capacity.
Timothy Spencer, chief financial officer and company secretary of Pioneer Resources since October 2017, will succeed David Crook as chief executive on 24 January. Mr Crook will be stepping down from the company after 16 years of service. Mr Spencer has over 25 years of experience in the resources and precious metal sectors, including executive roles in the development of two gold mines through to production. Pioneer has appointed Paul Payne as an independent non-executive director, also effective 24 January. Mr Payne is a geologist with a strong technical background, and experience as a senior executive and board member.
Threat Protect Australia has appointed Dennison Hambling and Peter Kennan as non-executive directors. Mr Hambling is the head of public and private equity for 360 Capital Group, and has over 20 years of capital market experience. Hong Kong-based Mr Kennan is the founder, chief executive and chief investment officer of Black Crane Capital, a boutique Asian investment management business which manages Black Crane Asia Pacific Opportunities Fund, a substantial shareholder of Threat Protect.
Aleksandra Spaseska has resigned as company secretary of Wesfarmers to become chief financial officer of Kmart Group effective 2 March. She will be succeeded by Vicki Robinson, current general manager of legal (corporate) who has been with the company since 2003.