S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly rundown of recent board and executive changes in the metals and mining industry. The moves are listed in chronological order.
Peter Watson was appointed as executive director for Strandline Resources Ltd.
Geopacific Resources Ltd. said Philippa Leggat resigned as executive director corporate to pursue new opportunities in the junior resources sector. Managing Director Ron Heeks replaced Leggat as the ASX-listed explorer's representative on the board of Kula Gold Ltd. as a nonexecutive director.
Michael Arnett was named a nonexecutive director on Kogi Iron Ltd.'s expanded board.
Harvest Minerals Ltd. picked David Edghill as its CFO, effective immediately.
Adhunik Industries Ltd. independent director Chandra Shekhar Jalan died.
Sokoman Iron Corp. added Peter Dimmell to its board as a director.
Ted Sharp agreed to take on the role of CFO for Timberline Resources Corp., replacing Randy Hardy, who will remain as an advisor.
Squire Mining Ltd. added Stefan Matthews as a director, replacing Owen King, who resigned.
Taku Gold Corp. selected Neil Swift as interim president and CEO, effective Sept. 7. Swift replaced Gilles Dessureau, who stepped down as interim president.
MetalsTech Ltd. Managing Director David Riekie resigned.
Dario Pong relinquished his role as a director for Bisalloy Steel Group Ltd., effective immediately, for personal reasons.
Anson Resources Ltd. nonexecutive Chairman Bruce McLeod died following a brief illness.
Cathy Singer was added as a director on Osisko Metals Inc.'s board.
Jiulian Resources Inc. shareholders elected Scott Dorion, Oliver Friesen, Ed Milewski and Terese Gieselman as new directors, replacing Thea Koshman and Paul Sorbara, who did not stand for re-election.
Darian Yip joined the board of Fission Uranium Corp. as a director.
Rio Silver Inc. appointed Christopher Verrico as a director.
John Jewitt and Anthony Jewitt replaced David Huck and Ellen Clements as directors for New Nadina Explorations Ltd., effective immediately. Huck and Clements resigned for personal reasons. Arlene Ashton resigned as CFO and Clements resigned as CEO and president, to be replaced by Anthony Jewitt and John Jewitt, respectively.
New Point Exploration Corp. named John Ryan as an independent nonexecutive director, and David Greenway joined the board as a director and interim CFO, effective immediately.
Don Sharp stepped down as a director for Lorraine Copper Corp., Eastfield Resources Ltd. and Cariboo Rose Resources Ltd., effective immediately.
WPC Resources Inc.'s board dropped to four members after the Canadian explorer accepted the resignation of Wayne Moorhouse as CFO and as a director and Al Fabbro stepping down as a director.
Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd. selected Robert Edwards to join its board as an independent nonexecutive director, effective immediately.
David Wheeler took on the role of nonexecutive chairman of Avira Resources Ltd., effective immediately, replacing Jonathan Back, who resigned.
Chalice Gold Mines Ltd. director Tony Kiernan parted ways with the ASX-listed explorer concurrent to his appointment as nonexecutive chairman of Saracen Mineral Holdings Ltd.
Saurabh Handa was appointed CFO for Rover Metals Corp., effective Sept. 10, replacing Keith Minty, who resigned.
Sokoman Iron Corp. CFO and director John Ryan resigned, effective immediately, to pursue other opportunities. Eric Myung is Ryan's successor as CFO.
Joanne Yan joined the board of Green Valley Mine Inc. as a director.
Superior Lake Resources Ltd. promoted nonexecutive director Keong Chan as nonexecutive chairman, effective immediately. Nonexecutive director Yunde Li left the ASX-listed base metals explorer.
William Plyley stepped down as chairman of Stavely Minerals Ltd. but will remain as a nonexecutive director. Chris Cairns succeeded Plyley as executive chairman, effective immediately.
Troilus Gold Corp. added Bruce Humphrey to its board as a director, effective immediately.
Eric Myung joined Broadway Gold Mining Ltd. as CFO, effective immediately, replacing Suzanne Wood, who remains as a director.
Beaufield Resources Inc. President and CEO Ronald Stewart resigned, effective immediately, to pursue other opportunities.