12/10/2015 - 11:19

Martins joins Macmahon

12/10/2015 - 11:19

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Jose Martins has resigned from his position as chief financial officer at Ausdrill to take on the same role at Macmahon Holdings.

Martins joins Macmahon
New Macmahon chief financial officer Jose Martins (right) with former boss Ron Sayers at Ausdrill.

Jose Martins has resigned from his position as chief financial officer at Ausdrill to take on the same role at Macmahon Holdings.

Macmahon chief executive Sybrandt van Dyk said Mr Martins had an intimate understanding of challenges facing the resources industry, having worked in the sector for many years, and was experienced in managing the financial complexities that often arose in mining services companies.

“Additionally, his extensive network both here in Australia and internationally will assist our work winning efforts as we continue to rebuild Macmahon into a stronger, more resilient, mining services company,” Mr van Dyk said.

While Mr Martins will begin in his new role in December, Ausdrill will fill the role with former Macmahon CFO Theresa Mlikota.

Ms Mlikota left Macmahon in 2013 to become CFO at Thiess. She has also previously held the same role at Fulton Hogan and Barminco.

Ms Mlikota also has extensive experience in the financial management of pricate equity and large listed and unlisted organisations, and her expertise spans a broad range of finance disciplines including financial control, investor relations, treasury, and mergers and acquisitions,” Ausdrill said in a statement.

Shares in Ausdrill were 0.5 per cent higher to 38.7 cents each, while Macmahon shares lost 1.1 per cent to 8.4 cents each, at 11:15am.

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