- Lindian Resources (LIN) is up more than five per cent today after appointing Danny Keating as CEO
- Danny has more than 25 years of experience in the mining industry, with a focus on developing bulk projects and operations
- He has previously held leadership roles with companies such as Dynamic Mining, Alufer Mining, and Anglo American
- Danny hopes to deliver on the potential of Lindian's bauxite project in Guinea
- Lindian shares are up 5.88 per cent and are trading for 1.8 cents each
Lindian Resources (LIN) is up more than five per cent today after appointing Danny Keating as CEO.
Danny has more than 25 years of experience in the mining industry, with a focus on developing bulk projects and operations. For the past 10 years, he was instrumental in the development of new bauxite projects in Guinea.
Previously, Danny was CEO of Dynamic Mining, a role in which he was responsible for advancing the Bon Ami asset in Guinea from the exploration stage through to a definitive feasibility study.
Before this, Danny was Co-Founder and CEO of Alufer Mining, where he led the discovery and development of the Bel Air resource.
Finally, he has held management and senior leadership roles with Anglo American, working in multiple countries — Zambia, South Africa, Chile, Brazil and Namibia — across several minerals, including gold, zinc, copper, iron ore and nickel.
"I am excited by the prospect of leading Lindian and delivering on the potential of the company's conglomerate bauxite project in Guinea, as well as evaluating the potential of the bauxite projects in Tanzania," Danny said.
"I also look forward to working with the Lindian board and its staff and to start building the management team that will successfully deliver the business strategy that benefits our shareholders, employees, and the countries and local communities where we operate," he added.
Lindian shares are up 5.88 per cent and are trading for 1.8 cents each at 11:48 am AEST.