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Multi-asset copper miner, Solaris Resources has appointed Sunny Lowe as its new chief financial officer (CFO), replacing Linda Chang, effective Oct 1. 


The York University, Schulich School of Business alum has more than 20 years experience within the field and prior to this appointment, served as CFO at an exploration and development company, based in Ecuador, where she contributed to the company’s acquisition by an intermediate producer. Lowe has also served as vice president, finance at a senior precious metals company for two years and four years as vice president for internal audit and enterprise risk management. 


She is a chartered professional accountant and a member of the board of directors of EMX Royalty Corporation, Solaris said in a statement on Monday.


Solaris’ Americas mines include the Warintza copper and gold project in Eucador as well as the Taramrugo project in Chile. In Peru, it is exploring for the metals at the Paco Orco and Capricho projects. The company also has a farm-out agreement with Freeport McMoran for 80pc of the ore produced at its Ricardo project in Chile.

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