West Wits Mining appoints chief financial officer Simon Whyte as joint company secretary
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 West Wits Mining Limited (ASX:WWI) has appointed Simon Whyte as joint company secretary effective from March 16, 2019. Whyte has been engaged with West Wits Mining as a consultant since November 2017 with his role having grown over the period to his recent appointment as chief financial officer in November 2018 and now joint company secretary. Philip Hains will also remain in his role as joint company secretary of West Wits Mining. Simon Whyte is a chartered accountant with more than 10 years’ experience including Ernst & Young and BP Australia, where he worked in compliance, commercial and operational roles. READ: West Wits Mining reaches JV and farm-in agreement to advance Tambina Gold Project West Wits Mining executive chairman Michael Quinert said: “Simon joins recently appointed West Wits chief executive officer Jac van Heerden on WWI’s executive as the board continues to execute its strategy to equip the company with the right team as it grows towards full-scale mine development at its Witwatersrand Basin Project. “Simon has played a key role in advancing the company’s projects in Australia and Africa since he joined us.” His experience across multiple jurisdictions in highly regulated and complex operations, coupled with a history of delivering business improvements projects makes him an ideal candidate for West Wits Mining.
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