30/03/2020 - 16:13

Board Moves March 30, 2020

30/03/2020 - 16:13


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Our daily board moves wrap includes Morgan Ball, Egan Antill, Brian Mumme, Luke Graham, Nathan Buzza, Terry Barr, Peter Hill, Tristan Farel, Peter Bird, and Mike Joyce.

Morgan Ball will resign as non-executive director of Arrow Minerals at the end of the month, in order to focus on other business commitments.

Egan Antill, managing director and chief executive of Paringa Resources, will resign from his executive and board roles effective 31 March.

Brian Mumme has been appointed non-executive director of Pearl Global. Mr  Mumme has over 30 years of national and international experience in commodities (oil, gas, agriculture) with a focus on marketing, trading, risk management and optimising supply chains.

Luke Graham has resigned as non-executive director of Primero Group due to growing commitments as managing director and chief executive of mineral sands developer Strandline Resources. Mr  Graham has been with Primero since 2017 as a strategic & operational advisor prior to serving on the board since its ASX listing in 2018.

Nathan Buzza will be resigning as non-executive director of ResApp Health at the end of the month, having served on the board since 2017.

Samson Oil and Gas has announced a restructuring of the company's corporate operations and implementation of a cost reduction plan. Effective tomorrow Terry Barr will retire as chief executive and managing director but remains on the board as non-executive chair, replacing Peter Hill who will retire as chair. Current chief financial officer Tristan Farel will become Samson’s managing director and chief executive.

Peter Bird has joined the board of Zenith Minerals as non-executive director. Mr  Bird is a mining industry executive with extensive experience in senior technical, management, investor relations and human resources positions at major mining companies. Current chair Mike Joyce, having served on the board since its listing in 2007, has signalled his intention to retire at the AGM in late November.


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