Finders Resources has appointed Michael Stirzaker as its finance director.
The mining company said Stirzaker’s initial focus will be to complete a
comprehensive financing package for the expansion of the company’s Wetar Copper
production project to 20-25,000 tonnes per year.
Stirzaker, has more than 25 years of commercial experience, most of which
have been in the mining finance and mining investment sector. He began his
career with KPMG in Sydney, qualifying as a chartered accountant in 1986.
Russell Fountain, Finders Chairman commented: ‘Mike’s demonstrated skills and
experience in the mining finance area will add great strength to Finders as we
progress through the final feasibility study into full scale development of our
Wetar Copper project.
‘As finance director, Mike is tasked with ensuring that the rapid expansion
of the company which will result from expansion of the Wetar project will
proceed on a firm financial foundation, to the benefit of all stakeholders, and
we welcome his addition to the board.’
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