International Minerals (IMZ) has appointed Scott Brunsdon as chief financial officer (CFO), effective 3 January 2011. Brunsdon brings to IMZ over 25 years of financial and management experience in the mining sector with both junior and major companies, including 17 years with Placer Dome in the US and Canada. He has also held senior management positions with Dayton Mining, Hillsborough Resources and Revett Minerals.
Most recently he was a financial advisor to the CFO for Timmins Gold, assisting the company to enhance its internal and public reporting functions as it transitioned to an operating company from a pure exploration company.
Brunsdon’s experience ranges from directing all financial aspects of mining and exploration activities to corporate development, corporate administration and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activities. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Economics) from the University of Saskatchewan and an MBA from the University of British Columbia.
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