- Osisko Mining (TSX:OSK) has announced a new addition to the company’s management team
- The company has appointed mining executive Andrée St-Germain to its board of directors
- Ms St-Germain brings a wealth of experience in mining, finance, and banking to her new role
- Osisko’s share price is down 8.94 per cent, and is currently trading at $2.24 per share
Mineral exploration company Osisko Mining (TSX:OSK) has announced the appointment of Andrée St-Germain to the corporation’s board of directors.
Ms St-Germain is a mining executive who brings a wealth of experience to Osisko. She has gained insight and knowledge from her extensive background in banking, mining finance, and financial management.
Outside of Osisko, Andrée currently holds the position of Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary at Integra Resources Corp.
Prior to her current roles, Andrée has worked as the Chief Financial Officer at Golden Queen Mining Co Ltd. She also worked for several years as an investment banker at Dundee Capital Markets.
Andrée is familiar with company boards, after previously sitting on the boards of Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd, and IDM Mining Ltd. Today, she currently serves on the boards of Ascot Resources Ltd, and the British Columbia Association for Mineral Exploration (AME).
Andrée has an International MBA (Honours) from the Schulich School of Business (York University) in Toronto. She also earned a Bachelor in Business Administration from the Université du Québec.
In 2019, Andrée won the Young Mining Professional Eira Thomas Award.
Osisko’s President and CEO, John Burzynski, greeted the appointment with enthusiasm.
“On behalf of the board and the corporation, we are pleased to welcome Andrée to Osisko. Andrée brings a strong and diverse experience in mining, finance, and banking that will complement our existing board members,” he said.
Osisko’s share price is down 8.94 per cent, and is currently trading at $2.24 per share, as of 1:30pm EST.