Lydian International Ltd (TSE:LYD) (OTCMKTS:LYDIF) said its finance chief Douglas Tobler will leave the company with effect from June 14 this year after he submitted his resignation.
The Colorado-headquartered group is focused on the Amulsar gold project, which lies in south-central Armenia, which is expected to be a large, low-cost operation, with a production target of around 225,000 ounces annually over an initial 10-year mine life.
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“On behalf of Lydian and the board, I would like to thank Doug for his significant contributions to the company and, in particular, the arrangement of the Amulsar project financing. We wish Doug well in his future endeavors," said Russell Ball, chairman of Lydian.
João Carrêlo, CEO, also thanked him for "the commitment and professionalism he has demonstrated during his tenure" as chief financial officer and wished him the very best in his new opportunity.
Lydian said it will begin its search for a replacement for Tobler in due course.
Illegal blockades have prevented access to Amulsar since late June 2018.