CanAlaska Uranium, a uranium exploration firm, has appointed Ram Ramachandran, chartered accountant (CA), as chief financial officer (CFO). Ramachandran possesses over 25 years of financial reporting experience in a multitude of capacities. For over 10 years he has consulted extensively on financial reporting and regulatory matters for public companies, accounting and law firms.
Ramachandran’s contributions to the capital markets include authoring and launching the Canadian Securities Reporter, a proprietary public company subscription service. He previously served as associate chief accountant and deputy director, corporate finance at the Ontario Securities Commission, and served as a principal in the national office of an international accounting firm.
He was also a member of the OSC’s Continuous Disclosure Advisory Committee (2004-2006) and has completed the IFRS Certification programme offered by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales. He originally qualified as a CA in England & Wales and subsequently became a CA in Ontario in 1984.
Ramachandran replaces Joseph Bowes. Bowes had been active in the development of CanAlaska’s corporate growth, but has resigned to pursue personal interests.
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