Euro Manganese expands management team
Published by Stephanie Roker,
Global Mining Review,
Euro Manganese Inc. (EMN) has hired two senior executives to expand its management team. Fausto Taddei has joined the company as its Vice President, Corporate Development and Corporate Secretary, and Martina Blahova has joined the company as Corporate Controller.
EMN President and CEO, Marco Romero, commented: “Following the company’s successful IPOs on the TSX Venture Exchange and Australian Securities Exchange, we have increased reporting, compliance and governance obligations, as well as increased commercial requirements. Taddei and Blahova add significant depth to our administrative and operations teams and will enhance our capacity to manage EMN’s growth."
Taddei is an experienced financial executive with 30 years of public company experience and many years in the mining industry, including roles as chief financial officer of Nevsun Resources Ltd., Aura Minerals Inc. and Western Canadian Coal Corp. In those capacities, he was involved in the copper, gold and bulk commodities business, with multiple mining operations, and was responsible for financing, treasury functions, offtake arrangements, tax planning, as well as public company reporting, compliance and governance matters.
Blahova, who was born and raised in the Czech Republic, is an experienced financial executive with 20 years of public practice and public company experience, and several years in the mining industry, including most recently with SSR Mining Inc. (formerly Silver Standard Resources Inc.), a NASDAQ and a TSX listed company. Her responsibilities included internal and external financial reporting, and financial planning and analysis.
Both Taddei and Blahova are Chartered Professional Accountants and are based in Vancouver, Canada.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/01112018/euro-manganese-expands-management-team/
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