Our board moves wrap includes Steve Blower, Louise Bower, John Downes, Elizabeth Henson, Maurice Brand, David Palmer, Simon Poidevin, and Alan Cransberg.
92 Energy has appointed Steve Blower as a director. Mr Blower has 30 years of experience in the minerals industry and a key technical advisor to the company. He was acting as interim vice president of exploration until the appointment of Kanan Sarioglu, and was also a director prior to (and during) the company’s IPO process.
Babylon Pump & Power has appointed Louise Bower as non-executive director from November. Ms Bower is a Chartered Accountant with 27 years of experience in senior executive roles across various industry sectors and jurisdictions within Australia, South Africa and the United Kingdom.
ClearVue Technologies has appointed John Downes as non-executive director. London-based Mr Downes has approximately 30 years of experience in glazing and façade systems and construction project management.
Future Metals has appointed highly respected UK-based company director Elizabeth Henson as an independent non-executive director as it commences trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange on 21 October. Ms Henson is an experienced company director and a former senior international private tax partner of PwC in London, having founded and led its international wealth business.
Maurice Brand, founder and chair of Global Energy Ventures, will be retiring from the board at its upcoming AGM on 25 November. The company has appointed David Palmer as an independent non-executive director from November. Mr Palmer has over 40 years of experience and an international network in the global shipping industry. His shipping experience covers ship marketing, operations and logistics, fleet development, vessel financing, onshore & offshore terminal development and operations.
Stealth Global Holdings has appointed Simon Poidevin AM OAM as non-executive director, following the departure of Alan Cransberg who has been appointed to the board of Wesfarmers. Mr Poidevin spent over 37 years in the global financial markets, including 14 years with Citigroup which culminated in him heading the firm's corporate equity broking division in Australia.