Western Mines Group appoints Ian Gregory as new company secretary

Western Mines Group appoints Ian Gregory as new company secretary

ASX-listed mineral exploration company Western Mines Group (ASX:WMG) has appointed secretarial and business administration services veteran Ian Gregory as its company secretary.

The company says Gregory boasts over 30 years’ of experience which he has gathered from a variety of industries, including exploration, mining, mineral processing, oil and gas, banking, and insurance.

It notes Gregory is currently a company secretary of various ASX-listed, unlisted public, and private companies. Western Mines also notes that Gregory also holds a Bachelor of Business from Curtin University.

In addition, Ian Gregory’s appointment comes following the departure of current Western Mines Group secretaries Lee Tamplin and Elizabeth Spooner.

The company reports it wishes to thank both Tamplin and Spooner for their services to the company.

Western Mines Group is an ASX-listed diversified company focused on the goal of creating ‘significant’ investment returns for its shareholders through exploration and discovery of high-value gold and nickel sulphide deposits across its portfolio of highly-prospective projects throughout Western Australia.

The company’s flagship Mulga Tank nickel-copper-platinum group element (Ni-Cu-PGE) Project is described as a major ultramafic intrusion located on the under-explored Minigwal Greenstone Belt. Previous work undertaken on the project demonstrates ‘significant’ evidence for a working nickel sulphide mineral system to exist within the project.

Other assets included in the company’s exploration arsenal include the Jasper Hill Project, Rock of Ages Project, Melita Project, and Pavarotti Project, all of which are also located in Western Australia.

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