Trevali’s vice-president of investor relations, Brendan Creaney, has taken over the additional responsibility of interim chief financial officer (CFO) for the miner.
The move came after the company announced on Friday that its current interim CFO, Matthew Quinlan had resigned from the position, which he had held since March 3, 2020.
Quinlan worked with Trevali as a consultant from October 2019 to March 2020, before he was offered the interim CFO position at the company.
Thanking him for his stint with the company, Ricus Grimbeek, the miner’s president and chief executive officer said that Quinlan had been instrumental in helping the company secure additional liquidity during a difficult period. The miner noted that it continues its search for a permanent CFO.
The Vancouver, Canada headquartered global base metals miner recently received positive feedback for its pre-feasibility study (PFS) at the Rosh Pinah mine in Namibia. The study will help the company to expand the mine, increase ore production capacity to 1.3mn mt per year, and reduce operating costs.