Arianne Resources, a Canadian exploration company, has appointed L Derek Lindsay as chief financial officer (CFO), effective 1 May 2012. Lindsay replaces Luc Boivin, interim CFO since December 2011.
Lindsay joins Arianne from Sierra Financial, a consulting company offering financial, strategic and capital markets advice to growing companies in the mining and other sectors, where he served as partner. He brings broad experience, in Canada and internationally, from senior financial roles at Cryocath, Aeroplan, and Bell Canada International (BCI), as well as Imasco and CIBC Wood Gundy. At BCI, he served as CFO of Comcel, one of South America’s largest cellular phone companies. Lindsay holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a Bachelor of Arts (Economics and French) from Middlebury College.
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