RegulationAccounting StandardsProvidence brings forth new FD

Providence brings forth new FD

Philip O'Quigley apppointed as finance director at Aim-listed oil and gas exploration company Providence Resources

Providence Resources, the Aim-listed oil and gas exploration company, has
appointed Philip O’Quigley as finance director.

Quigley, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland,
joined Providence in July as chief financial officer.

Before joining Providence he worked at a number of private and public
companies in the oil and gas industry, including Petroceltic International where
he was finance director.

O’Quigley, who trained with Ernst & Young, will continue to serve as a
non-executive director on the board of Glencar Mining.

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