ORTAC RESOURCES’ new CFO is Hugo Green, a Big Four accountant who has spent more than 15 years living in Central Europe and will be based full-time in Slovakia.
The precious metal-focused exploration and development company has a flagship gold project in Slovakia, as well as ongoing works in other European countries.
Chief executive officer Vassilios Carellas said: “Hugo has a broad range of international and financial management experience and we are confident that, with his Slovak network and knowledge, and his extensive experience across Central and Eastern Europe within the Big Four, he will prove to be an invaluable addition to the Ortac team.”
Green worked as an auditor and financial advisory services partner at Deloitte before moving on to work as a director of business recovery services at PwC.
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