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Lundin Mining announces conclusion of CEO succesion process

Mining News - Published on Wed, 03 Oct 2018

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Lundin Mining Corporation announced that its previously disclosed CEO succession process concluded at the end of the third quarter on September 30, 2018 when Paul Conibear formally retired as the Company™s President and Chief Executive Officer and stepped down as a director. Mr Conibear will provide transition services and will be available to Lundin Mining as an advisor until year-end. Ms Marie Inkster has formally assumed the role of President and Chief Executive Officer and was appointed as a director. Mr Lukas Lundin, Chair of Lundin Mining™s Board of Directors, said that “On his retirement, the board would like to thank Paul for his outstanding leadership and contribution over the past 11 years that built Lundin Mining into the success it is today. The transition process progressed so well that the board, management and Paul all agreed that it could be successfully concluded at the end of September. The orderly and effective leadership transition is a testament to the strength, depth and professionalism of Lundin Mining™s management team “ a team that under Marie™s leadership will be a key driver in maintaining our record of operational and safety excellence and in identifying and capitalizing on future growth opportunities.”

Ms Marie Inkster has nearly 20 years of mining industry leadership experience, including 10 years with Lundin Mining. She has played a key role in helping guide the Company™s strategy over this time.

Mrs Inkster said that “Since July, Paul and I have been working with our management teams at head office and at each of our operations to ensure a smooth transition. I thank all of them for their contribution to the success of that process and look forward to working with them on building Lundin Mining into a preeminent base metals mining company.”

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Wed, 03 Oct 2018
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