Newsmaker – Glenn Jardine

LionOre Australia Ltd is looking for its fourth chief executive in 12 months after Glenn Jardine (pictured) announced he would be leaving to take up a full time consultancy role at the company run by the man he replaced. Mr Jardine will commence work at Apex Minerals NL - the Perth-based gold and base metals explorer run by Mark Ashley, who stepped down from LionOre in May this year after nine years with the company. This appointment comes three days after the resignation of Apex non-executive chairman and founding director Stephen Stone, to be replaced by Kagara Zinc Ltd chairman Kim Robinson. LionOre, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian company LionOre Mining International, has appointed company chairman Bryan Hyde as acting managing director while a replacement is sought. Mr Hyde has previously served as managing director of Tati Nickel Mining Company Ltd.

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