On The Move

  • Company movements

    Following closure of the IBEX transaction, Kincora Copper has appointed Peter Leaman as senior vice-president of Exploration and John Holliday as chairman of the newly formed Technical Committee.

  • Company movements

    Asiamet Resources has announced several changes. Chief executive officer and vice chairmanTony Manini is now executive chairman while Peter Bird has joined the company as CEO and has been appointed vice chairman. Previous chairman Peter Pollardcontinues as a non-executive director.

  • New Talisman now owns 100% of Rahu

    BY acquiring Newcrest Mining subsidiary, Newcrest New Zealand Exploration, New Talisman Gold Mines has secured the remaining 80% of the Rahu Gold Project that it did not already own. New Talisman is now evaluating options to fast-track the North Island exploration project having acquired all geological and site targeting data and logging.

  • ON THE MOVE - 1st Quarter 2018

    Angkor Gold Corp has appointed Dennis Ouellette as vice president - exploration. He joined Angkor at the beginning of 2017 as senior geologist and became the company’s manager of exploration in April 2017.

  • On The Move - July-September 2016

    Former Australian High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea Ian Kemish has been appointed executive general manager of public affairs and social governancefor Newcrest Mining. He was most recently senior director of Asia Pacific external affairs at ExxonMobil.

  • On The Move - October-December 2016

    Griffin Mining has appointed Michael Hulmes as general manager of the Caijiaying Mine in China. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the mining industry having held senior management roles in Australia, Portugal, Papua New Guinea and Saudi Arabia.

  • On the Move - Q2 2018

    Barrick Gold Corporation

    Barrick Gold Corporation announced the passing of the Company’s Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Peter Munk.

  • ON THE MOVE - Q3 2017

    Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) CEO Simon Bennison will retire from the role in August. He has served as CEO since 2008 and AMEC president Will Robinson says he has made a remarkable contribution to the organisation.

  • ON THE MOVE – New Direct Nickel chairman

    With the growing internationalization of Direct Nickel, London-based Andrew Vickerman has accepted an invitation to become chairman of the company’s board. Vincent Sweeney, who has held the position since October 2011, will remain on the board as a non-executive director.

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