Anaconda Mining makes changes to executive management team
Published by John Williams,
Global Mining Review,
Anaconda Mining Inc. has announced that Kevin Bullock has joined the company as chief executive officer, effective immediately.
Mr Bullock has experience of capital markets and underground mine development, having built Volta Resources from its inception to its acquisition by B2Gold Corp. in 2013. Mr Bullock is a professional engineer with over 30 years of senior mining experience, encompassing mine development and operations, exploration and capital markets, most recently having served as the CEO of Mako Mining Corp. Dustin Angelo will remain with the company as president and will focus on the operations as well as building the company's ancillary business opportunities.
As part of Mr Bullock's appointment, he will also join the board of directors. Anaconda is confident that the complementary experience of Mr Bullock and Mr Angelo will ensure that the company continues to perform and reach its goal of being a 100 000 oz. gold producer in Atlantic Canada.
Jonathan Fitzgerald, chairman, said, "On behalf of the board of directors and the executive management team of Anaconda Mining, we are delighted that Kevin Bullock is joining our company as CEO at this important time in our development. Kevin's leadership and experience will be integral to the development of our Goldboro Gold Project, and in raising our company's profile among strategic and institutional investors. Moreover, this is a timely and complementary addition to one of the best management teams in the junior mining sector. We welcome Kevin and look forward to a seamless transition as he is well-known to the entire ANX team, having served previously on the company's board of directors and advisory board."
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/04042019/anaconda-mining-makes-changes-to-executive-management-team/
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