- Blue Thunder Mining (TSXV:BLUE) has a new President, CEO, Executive Chairman and CFO
- Robert Cintis has been appointed as the new President and CEO
- Chad Williams, formerly chairman and CEO has been appointed Executive Chairman
- Drew Anwyll has voluntarily stepped down as President
- Blue Thunder Mining (BLUE) is holding steady at C$0.07 per share with a market cap of $3 million
Blue Thunder Mining (TSXV:BLUE) is parting ways with President Drew Anwyll and is promoting their technical advisor to the top job.
The incoming CEO Robert Cintis served as technical advisor at the company since November 2019 and has some 3 decades of experience in the industry.
He was most recently the VP of Corporate Development at Entree Resources and with Mason Resources as the COO, prior to their takeover by HubBay Minerals.
The outgoing President Drew Anwyll has voluntarily stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
The company has also appointed a new CFO in Orin Baranowsky, effective April 1, 2020.
Orin was most recently the CFO for the Stornoway Diamond Corporation, where he led finance, accounting, business development, investor relations and IT.
The outgoing CFO has also stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
The experienced pair were welcomed to the top jobs by their new Executive Chairman and outgoing CEO Chad Williams.
“Having Robert and Orin come on board as the new CEO and CFO respectively, is part of an exciting transition for Blue Thunder, as we formalise plans to grow the Company and accelerate exploration at our Muus gold project in Quebec.
“Rovert’s strong technical background and experience in corporate development combined with Orin’s strong background in finance and capital markets will be a tremendous asset for us ding the next stages of the company’s growth,” he said.
Arv Gupta tendered his resignation from the board, effectively immediately.
The huge turnover of board positions and senior management has come as Blue Thunder makes the transition from private company to listing on the TSXV.
The company has also announced that COVID-19 disruptions have not yet affected its exploration programs, as none were being conducted at the time of Government ordered shutdowns.
Blue Thunder did concede that if shutdowns extended beyond current periods then drilling and exploration work would most likely be delayed.
Blue Thunder Mining (BLUE) is holding steady at $0.07 per share at 11:44 am EST.