Globex Mining, an exploration and royalty company, has appointed James Wilson as chief financial officer (CFO) and treasurer. In the near term, Wilson will work closely with the retiring CFO, Dianne Stoch. Stoch will continue in the position of corporate secretary and as a director of the company.
Wilson brings varied experience to Globex that he gained as an auditor with Ernst & Young, in his involvement with Falconbridge, as well as in his vice president, finance and CFO roles within the insurance industry. He also spearheaded financial process and internal control over financial reporting initiatives in a variety of private and public organisations.
Wilson holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from McMaster University, as well as the designations of chartered accountant (CA) and certified management accountant (CMA). Currently, Wilson is the CFO and vice president finance of First Metals (FMA), and will divide his time between Globex and FMA for the near future.
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