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IronRidge Resources appoints company secretary

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IronRidge Resources Ltd, an African focused minerals exploration company, has announced the appointment of Amanda Harsas as full-time company Secretary, to take effect from 1 February 2021.

Harsas is a Senior Finance Executive with a demonstrable track record and over 20 years' experience in strategic finance, business transformation, commercial finance, customer and supplier negotiations and capital management. Prior to joining IronRidge, Amanda worked across several sectors including healthcare, insurance, retail and professional services. Amanda is a Chartered Accountant, holds a Bachelor of Business and has international experience in Asia, Europe and the US.

Amanda's appointment as Company Secretary will run in conjunction with her new role as Chief Financial Officer to the company, as announced on 16 November 2020. Amanda replaces Karl Schlobohm, who has acted as IronRidge's Company Secretary since 2009.

In conjunction with today's appointment, the company has also announced a change of registered office to:

Level 33, Australia Square,

264 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

Amanda's appointment and the change of registered office are in line with the company's strategy to gradually migrate all management and administrative services in house, as mutually agreed with DGR Global Ltd.

The company is pleased to advise that DGR Global intends to maintain its equity interest in IronRidge following the completion of the administrative services contract.

Neil Herbert, Chairman of IronRidge, said: "Further to her appointment as Chief Financial Officer, we are delighted to announce Amanda's appointment as Company Secretary. Her appointments, and the migration of all administrative and finance functions to an in-house team, are a natural progression for IronRidge resulting from growth and the need to run all management services in-house.

"Under Amanda's leadership, we intend to commit to a review of the company's structures and costs, as well as exploring new opportunities. Further information on these workstreams will be set out in the company's half-year financial report, due in March 2021.

"On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Karl and the DGR Global administrative and financial teams for their invaluable services to IronRidge through to this point."

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