Source: Kodiak Copper Corp.
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  • Kodiak Copper (KDK) appoints Mark Laycock as the new CFO
  • Laycock will succeed Kodiak’s CFO Tony Ricci, who is stepping down from day-to-day operations and assuming an advisor role
  • Laycock is a CPA, CGA with over 15 years of accounting and finance experience in private and public listed companies on the Canadian and U.S. stock exchanges
  • Kodiak will be giving 25,000 stock options to Laycock at C$0.91 per share for five years
  • It is focused on its 100 per cent owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA
  • Kodiak Copper Corp. (KDK) is down 3.30 per cent, trading at C$0.88 at 2:28 pm EST

Kodiak Copper Corp. (KDK) has appointed Mark Laycock as Chief Financial Officer.

Laycock will succeed Kodiak’s CFO Tony Ricci, who is stepping down from day-to-day operations and assuming an advisor role.

Claudia Tornquist, President and CEO of Kodiak, said, “Mark has provided senior accounting services to Kodiak for some time, and his outstanding work has made him a natural candidate for the CFO succession. I have no doubt Mark will excel in his new role.”

“I would like to extend my sincere thanks to Kodiak’s outgoing CFO Tony Ricci for his guidance and support of Kodiak over the years,” added Tornquist.

Laycock is a CPA, CGA, with over 15 years of accounting and finance experience in private and public listed companies on the Canadian and U.S. stock exchanges.

In the past, Mark has worked as a senior accountant and financial reporting services, including Great Bear Resources Ltd., Northern Empire Resources, Solstice Gold Corp., and Kodiak.

Kodiak will be giving 25,000 stock options to Laycock at C$0.91 per share for five years.

Kodiak is focused on its 100 per cent owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA.

Its most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in south-central British Columbia, Canada. 

Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group, led by John Robins, one of Canada’s most successful mining entrepreneurs.

Kodiak Copper Corp. (KDK) is down 3.30 per cent, trading at C$0.88 at 2:28 pm EST.


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