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Minosora resigns from Fortescue

Michael Minosora has resigned as the chief financial officer of Fortescue Metals Group to take up the managing director position at little known West Perth-based explorer, Atlantic.

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Peppermint Grove
Yes indeed being an auditor is so different from doing the actual work isn't it? Recall all those minions at the Firm who gazed in awe at their Leadership....

como
Any company who appoints Fiona Barclay to any high position will not be sorry. I have had the privilege of working with her some two years ago and she is in all honesty the best in every aspect you could imagine. Go Fiona you deserve whatever position you aspire to. You are one top lady in every aspect. Enjoy every moment of whatever position you so desire and achieve. Take lovely lady, you are truly the best boss I have ever had in many many years of employment. Never once did I see any arrogance with the high position you held, you are a gem in my opinion. When you left our company, your replacement couldn't even hold a candle to you.

Perth
Perhaps the best thing that could have happened from Fortescue. Great to see such a balanced and professional lady appointed to the role. Needless to say this is an enormous step forward for the company, finally appointing an individual that understands the business, is capable, respected and has respect for others. Well done Fi!! *This comment has been edited for publication.

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