- Great Thunder Gold (CSE:GTG) has announced a shift change at the most senior level of the company, appointing Blair Naughty CEO and President
- Previously, Blair worked at Sprott Securities for five years before moving onto Yorkton Securities, a mining focused brokerage firm
- The outgoing CEO, Richard Macey, has served in role for several years and will stay on as a non-executive director
- Great Thunder is currently developing projects in the Fenelon gold district, which has seen a flurry of activity in recent weeks, following strong gold assays at Wallbridge Mining’s nearby properties
- Great Thunder Gold (GTG) is trading up 5.4 per cent to $0.48 per share
Great Thunder Gold (CSE:GTG) has appointed Blair Naughty as its new CEO, President and Director.
Blair has been working as a securities broker and a venture capitalist, on top of founding several company’s and has over 3 decades of experience in the industry.
He started at a mid-sized Canadian investment broker named Midland Walwyn before it was bought out by Merril Lynch.
He then spent over five years working for Eric Sprott at Sprott Securities, before moving to a position as a market trader at Yorkton Securities, and mining-focused brokerage house in Toronto.
Blair said he was very grateful and excited to come onboard as Great Thunder’s CEO.
“I have a very strong passion for the junior mining space, and in particular the Fenelon mining district.
“The team at Great Thunder Gold have done a tremendous job in positioning the company in the camp with some large strategic landholdings that remain under-explored to date.
“I have been a partner in prosperity with all of the company’s shareholders since day one as one of its largest shareholders, and I’m looking forward to getting to work immediately,” he said.
The outgoing CEO Richard Macey has served in the role for several years and will stay on as a non-executive director.
Great Thunder is currently developing projects in the Fenelon gold district, which has seen a flurry of activity in recent weeks, following strong gold assays at Wallbridge Mining’s nearby properties.
Great Thunder recent expanded its holding at the Southern Star property, which is within the district.
Great Thunder Gold (GTG) is up 5.2 per cent and is trading at C$0.48 per share at 12:00 pm EDT.