Excelsior has appointed Samuel Yik as chief financial officer (CFO). Yik is a chartered accountant with over 17 years of financial and international business experience in resource based public companies with market capitalisations ranging from US$10m to US$2bn. He spent the past seven years in senior level management roles in the mining industry.
Yik has experience with both exploration and commercially producing mining companies and was formerly the CFO for a mineral exploration company which is dually listed on both the TSX-V and NYSE AMEX. Yik also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of British Columbia.
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