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Triple Plate Junction loses CFO after five months

Gold exploration business sees its CFO Terry Cross step down after just five months in the role

THE CFO OF GOLD EXPLORATION BUSINESS Triple Plate Junction has stepped down after less than five months in the role.

Terry Cross announced his resignation as CFO of the business, having been appointed in mid August. He will cease to be a director of the business immediately, however, he will stay at the company until 3 April.

Tony Shearer, chairman of Triple Plate Junction, said: “Terry joined us at a time when we urgently needed a set of audited accounts to go out in time for the 2010 annual general meeting, and he saw us through that process and the production of the recent interim results.

“We are pleased that we will continue to have access to his experience for the handover period and we wish him well in his new role.”

Cross has held senior finance roles at both Alexander Mining and Chaarat Gold.

 

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