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Asiamet Resources appoints Indonesian local as new CFO

Based in Jakarta, Aurlianus was most recently managing director of coal miner Baramutiara Prima.

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Asiamet Resources Limited (LON:ARS) has appointed Indonesian local Leonard Aurlianus as its Chief Financial Officer.

Based in Jakarta, Aurlianus was most recently managing director of coal miner Baramutiara Prima.

He will join Asiamet on 1 September 2020 with James Deo, the current CFO, to stay on to complete the relocation of the corporate office function from Melbourne to Jakarta and help on developments currently underway.

Tony Manini, executive chairman of Asiamet, said:  “Leonard’s strong accounting and finance background coupled with broader commercial and executive leadership experience provides a solid foundation for us to complete our corporate relocation from Melbourne to Jakarta and to support the growth of the company as we transition from an explorer-developer to a mine operator.

 “Leonard’s experience in leading an Indonesian operating mine and involvement in debt-equity financings for both private and listed companies in Indonesia will prove valuable as we move into the project financing stage"

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