Latin American Minerals, a well-financed mineral exploration company, has appointed Julio Martinez as chief financial (CFO). He has replaced Raymond Mitchell.
Martinez is a financial professional and certified general accountant (CGA) with 13 years of experience with public and private companies in Canada and internationally. This experience includes budgeting, accounting and controls related to mine start-up operations in South America, financial reconciliations for multiple Latin American offices, and mergers and acquisitions (M&As).
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