Redstar Gold has appointed Alec Peck as chief financial officer (CFO). Peck has more than 25 years experience in the financial markets. He completed his chartered accountant designation with Deloitte, Touche, chartered accountants in Vancouver. He then practiced in Alberta before moving to Toronto.
From 1986 until 1993, he was a partner in Toronto and then Vancouver with member offices of the international public accounting firm Horwath International. From 1993 until March 2004, he was a vice president in the corporate finance group of publicly listed full-service investment dealers, first with CM Oliver and then Canaccord Capital, which acquired CM Oliver.
Peck takes over from Paddy Nicol, who has been with Redstar since 1995 serving as a director from 1999 and as its CFO since 2003. Nicol has resigned from the board of directors as well his position as CFO to pursue other ventures.
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