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Petropavlovsk appoints two nonexecutive directors

Christian Fernsby |
London, United Kingdom - Petropavlovsk, an exploration company, announced the appointments of Fiona Paulus and Tim McCutcheon as independent nonexecutive directors.

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Fiona Paulus has over 37 years' global investment banking experience, having held senior management roles with a number of leading international investment banks based in London, Europe and North America.

Over the past 15 years Ms. Paulus has specialised in the energy and resources sectors where she has advised companies on many capital market transactions, including corporate financing, strategic and risk management initiatives.

In December 2018 Ms. Paulus was appointed as an independent board member of RHI-Magnesita, a global industrial company listed on the FTSE 250, where she serves on the Audit and Sustainability Committees.

Tim McCutcheon is a mining and finance professional with over 20 years of international business experience.

Mr. McCutcheon is currently President of Wealth Minerals Ltd, a lithium asset development company focused on assets in Chile, with its primary listing on the TSX Venture Exchange, Canada.

Mr. McCutcheon has led several mining development companies with assets in Russia, Slovakia and Ghana.

Additionally, he has served as an adviser to a wide range of natural resource companies, playing key roles in administration and capital market strategy.

Prior to moving to the mining sector, Mr. McCutcheon previously worked with several capital markets groups, including Bear Stearns, Aton Capital and Pioneer Investments as a metals and mining sector analyst and as an investment banker.

He was also a founder partner of DBM Capital Partners Ltd.

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