BDO accountant named CFO of Cluff Natural Resources

by Richard Crump

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16 Jan 2013

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EX-BDO ACCOUNTANT Anna Obolenskaya has joined Cluff Natural Resources as the company's chief financial officer, the natural resources company said.

Cluff Natural Resources, founded by Algy Cluff, the former proprietor of The Spectator, focuses on investing in global oil & gas and mining assets.

Obolenskaya qualified as a chartered accountant with BDO, where she worked with quoted natural resource companies and more recently as an independent consultant, assisting oil & gas and mining companies preparing for IPOs and other corporate transactions.

Algy Cluff, chairman and chief executive of Cluff Natural Resources, commented: "At present, we are reviewing a number of potential oil, gas and mining assets to add to our portfolio and Anna will be instrumental in helping to assess those projects as well as overseeing the daily finance operations of the company."

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