AgriMarine, a clean aquaculture technology company, has appointed John Buchanan as chief financial officer (CFO). He replaces Frank Guo, who has resigned. Buchanan is a director of the board and previous chair of the audit committee.
Buchanan is a chartered accountant (1963) and has a BSA (1959) in Agriculture Economics, Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph, and an MBA (1965) Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario. He has extensive business experience in both large and small companies in North America as well as international experience in Europe and the Pacific Rim.
Early in his career, Buchanan was director of management auditing for Avco and the Reed Paper Corporation, both public companies. His responsibilities in recent years included senior executive positions in finance, sales and marketing, engineering and manufacturing which subsequently lead to the position of president of Delphax Systems, a high-technology company in Mississauga, Boston and Europe.
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