Calibre Mining has promoted Paulo Santos, chartered accountant (CA), to chief financial officer (CFO). Previously, Santos was controller for the company. He will be replacing Edward Farrauto, who will continue as a director and advise the company on securities and other corporate regulatory matters.
Santos has been working with Calibre since 2007. Prior to joining Calibre, he was employed as an external auditor at both local and international accounting and advisory firms in Vancouver, focusing his work on public companies in the junior resource sector for five years.
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