Canadian nickel producer, Sherritt International has appointed a new chief financial officer (CFO) amid upper management changes to facilitate the growing demand for nickel in the EV industry.
The company has promoted Yasmin Gabriel to the position of CFO. Prior to this role, Gabriel was an interim vice president for Finance. She has been with Sherritt since 2010 and has more than 15 years of experience in the financial industry.
Gabriel will be replacing Nathan Reeve, who was the interim CFO since the beginning of this year and has now decided to leave the firm, Sherrit noted in a release on Monday.
Among other management changes, Greg Honig has been appointed as the chief commercial officer prior to which he worked in various senior executive roles in the mining industry. His experience ranges from business and strategy development, sourcing and execution of investment opportunities, the company stated.
Chad Ross has been appointed as Sherritt’s new chief human resources officer prior to which he was the Director of HR Analytics and Operations at the company. Ross has been with the firm since 2011 and will be replacing Karen Trenton, who has announced retirement at the end of this year.