AIM-LISTED mineral exploration company Great Western Mining has appointed KPMG as its auditors, commencing with the audit of its accounts for the year ended 31 December 2015.
KPMG replaces Irish firm LHMCasey McGrath.
The company’s annual report to the year ended 31 December 2014 – the most recent available – shows LHMCasey McGrath received €24,184 (£18,493) for its audit work, plus €246 for non-audit undertakings.
Great Western Mining chairman Brian Hall said: “In line with recommended corporate governance practice we are rotating our auditors and welcome KPMG. I would like to thank LHMCasey McGrath for all their support during the development of Great Western Mining.”
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