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  • Catalyst Metals (CYL) has strengthened its management team with the appointment of several new personnel
  • From January 4, Bruce Robertson will begin the role of CEO with a particular focus on the recently acquired Henty Gold Mine in Tasmania
  • He is an experienced CEO and geologist, having previously worked with the likes of Mt Isa Mines and Macquarie Bank
  • Catalyst has also appointed Paul Kiley as General Manager for Business Development: Bendigo
  • Paul has over 35 years’ experience in the mining and oil and gas industries, having previously worked with global mining giant Newmont
  • Finally, Adam Place has joined Catalyst on a consulting basis and brings skills in community engagement, permitting and licensing, and health and safety
  • Catalyst is down 9.96 per cent on the market and shares are trading at $2.17

Catalyst Metals (CYL) has strengthened its management team with the appointment of several new personnel.

From January 4, Bruce Robertson will begin the role of CEO with a particular focus on the recently acquired Henty Gold Mine in Tasmania.

Bruce is an experienced CEO and geologist with experience in business and project evaluation, project development management, and operational activities in the technical, corporate and financial sectors.

He has previously worked with the likes of Mt Isa Mines, Macquarie Bank, Minproc Engineers, Tri Origin Minerals, and Ross Mining.

“We are delighted to appoint Bruce Robertson as CEO who brings excellent development and production skills to the company and will manage the company’s activities with early focus on changes at the Henty Gold Mine,” Chairman Stephen Boston said.

Coinciding with this is the appointment of Paul Kiley as General Manager for Business Development: Bendigo.

Paul has more than 35 years’ experience in the mining and oil and gas industries, having recently spent the last five years as Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of Hillgrove Resources.

Prior to that, he spent 17 years in senior roles with Normandy and Newmont.

In this new role, Paul will work with Bruce and Technical Director, Bruce Kay, with regards to business development activities. He will also work with Chief Financial Officer John Arbuckle for the management of Catalyst’s joint ventures in the Bendigo area.

Finally, Adam Place has joined Catalyst on a consulting basis and brings skills in community engagement, permitting and licensing, and health and safety.

He spent the last eight years at the Costerfield Gold Mine, having held roles from Sustainability Manager to Operations Manager.

These appointments will considerably reduce Bruce Kay’s day-to-day workload and allow him to focus on strategic decisions regarding the board, and exploration and operation.

“We are also confident that the new appointments at Bendigo at several levels will enable continued strong performance of the company in Victoria as it progresses all stages of project development and exploration,” he added.

Catalyst is down 9.96 per cent on the market and shares are trading at $2.17 at 10:36 am AEDT.

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