Marc Tran has been appointed as interim finance chief, subject to regulatory approval. Tran has over 20 years of public company financial leadership experience. He has successfully closed over $100M in financings for small to midsized projects, and is experienced in transforming and scaling growth staged companies, Harvest One said. He also has a strong background in M&A, compliance, regulatory management, corporate governance, and marketing.
Aaron Wong is to resign as the group's chief financial officer (CFO) effective June 30 this year, to pursue other interests.
"Aaron took the position of CFO of the company at a very important time in its development and has worked tirelessly to improve the efficiency of our finance and accounting department and the company overall. I would like to thank Aaron for his efforts and wish him the very best in his future endeavours," Harvest One CEO Andrew Bayfield said in a statement.
In addition, Andrew Kain will transition from his roles as chief operating officer and general counsel with effect from the end of June, the firm said. However, he will remain with Harvest One in a contractual capacity, advising Bayfield and the special committee of the board in the completion of its ongoing strategic review, the firm added.
"I would like to thank Andy for his significant contributions to Harvest One. In his roles as COO and General Counsel, Andy provided important leadership in various operational areas over the course of the past two years and we appreciate his continued assistance with respect to the strategic review," Bayfield also told investors.
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