Kin Mining NL (ASX:KIN) is making changes to its board of directors which will take place before the end of July, after completion of a pre-feasibility study (PFS) for the Cardinia Gold Project in the eastern Goldfields of WA.
These changes follow recent discussions between the current board and numerous major shareholders, two of which have requested representation on the Kin board.
The restructure will ensure the board has an appropriate number of directors and blend of skillsets for a company at Kin’s stage of development.
Changes to the board include the appointments of Nicholas Anderson and Hansjoerg Plaggemars as well as the resignations of Jeremy Kirkwood and Trevor Dixon.
Managing director Andrew Munckton, non-executive director Brian Dawes and non-executive director Joe Graziano will continue to serve on the Kin board.
The company thanks Kirkwood for this leadership through what has been an often-challenging period since his appointment in February 2018.
"Jeremy's commitment to all Kin shareholders and the business has been steadfast and unwavering," the company said.
The board also thanks Dixon for his years of dedicated service and commitment to the company.
"Trevor was instrumental in assembling the original Kin tenure on which the company was floated in 2013 and in securing the tenure on which the Cardinia project is now based."