(Sharecast News) - Precious metals exploration and development firm Asiamet Resources appointed Leonard Aurlianus to the role of chief financial officer on Friday.
Asiamet said Aurlianus, who will be based out of the company's office in Indonesia, will join the group on 1 September.
Aurlianus will replace current CFO James Deo, who will remain with the group in order to facilitate the relocation of its corporate office from Melbourne to Jakarta
Chairman Tony Manini said: "I am very pleased to welcome Leonard to our Jakarta based senior executive team as chief financial officer.
"Leonards experience in leading an Indonesian operating mine and involvement in debt-equity financings for both private and listed companies in Indonesia will prove valuable as we move into the project financing stage."
As of 0925 BST, Asiamet shares were up 7.87% at 2.59p.
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