NEIL HEKKING, the chief financial officer of iodine exploration and production specialist, Iofina, has resigned with immediate effect due to “family health and relocation issues”.
Malcolm Lewin, who has worked with Iofina on previous finance-related and AIM projects and is based out of the UK, has been appointed as interim CFO and a non-noard position, to ensure continuity.
Lewin, who qualified as chartered accountant with Coopers & Lybrand, joins with over 30 years’ experience in finance and accounting at both public and private companies.
President and CEO Tom Becker, stated: “The board wishes Neil and his family the very best at what is a difficult time. We welcome Malcolm back to Iofina and look forward to working with him again.”
Hekking said: “With regret I must step down as CFO of Iofina to focus on family matters. I am appreciative of having been part of the Iofina family and I wish the team much success for the future.”
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