ALAMOS GOLD of Toronto has appointed Alan R. Hill as non-executive chairman of the board. He retired from Barrick Gold in September 2003, where he played a key role in acquiring the Goldstrike, Pierina and Bulyanhulu properties.
Gary Nordin has been retained by Vancouver-based BISHOP RESOURCES as its senior geologist. He will oversee all work programs at the Lawyers and Ranch properties in the Toodoggone region of British Columbia. Nordin was a founding member and director of Bema Gold in the 1980s and of Eldorado Gold in the 1990s.
HAYWOOD SECURITIES has hired Chantal Gosselin as a senior research mining analyst. She is a mining engineer and speaks English, French and Spanish. She will be working from Haywood’s Toronto office.
George Sanders is bringing over 30 years’ experience and his expertise on Argentina to the board of CONSOLIDATED PACIFIC BAY MINERALS. He has worked extensively in the Patagonia region where Pacific Bay has property interests.
NUINSCO RESOURCES of Toronto has appointed David Lewis to its board of directors. He brings to the job over two decades of experience in the Canadian investment industry.
New York City-based WESTLB Global Specialized Finance Unit has hired Ricardo M. Campoy as managing director of its metals & mining group. He holds a degree in mine engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and a master’s degree awarded by the American Graduate School of International Management.
SERENGETI RESOURCES of Vancouver has named David W. Moore its new president, CEO and a director. At the same time, the company announced that George Tikkanen has joined the board. Sharon Fleming has become corporate secretary and Myron Osatenko is now a senior geological consultant to the company. Former Serengeti president, Ian Brown, remains with the company as its CFO.