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Greenvale Mining (ASX:GRV) - Managing Director, Neil Biddle
Managing Director, Neil Biddle
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  • Greenvale Mining (GRV) appoints Matthew Healy as its Chief Executive Officer, effective from September 1, 2021
  • The appointment comes with a $300,000 fixed yearly salary, along with five million performance rights
  • Mr Healy will also be responsible for overseeing the exploration program set to begin this year at its Georgina Basin IOCG Project in the Northern Territory and the development of the Alpha Torbanite Project in Queensland
  • Greenvale Mining is trading 1.35 per cent down at 36.5 cents on July 15 at 10:40 am AEST

Greenvale Mining (GRV) has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer, effective from September 1, 2021.

Geologist and mining executive Matthew Healy has been appointed to the role to build the company’s senior leadership team ahead of exploration at its Alpha Torbanite Project in Queensland and its Georgina Basin IOCG Project in the Northern Territory.

The appointment comes with a $300,000 fixed yearly salary, along with five million performance rights in three tranches.

Prior to the appointment, Mr Healy held the role of Exploration Manager at Round Oak Minerals, a wholly owned subsidiary of Washington H. Soul Pattinson & Co. In the role he was responsible for the management of a multi-disciplinary team conducting exploration operations over a 104-tenement holding, covering an area of 3,200 square kilometres.

Greenvale Managing Director Neil Biddle welcomed Mr Healy’s appointment.

“Matthew stood out to us as the right person with this unique blend of skills, and we are delighted to have him on board to lead Greenvale through what will be an exciting period for the company,” Mr Biddle said .

The announcement follows the recent appointment Dagmar Parsons to the Board as a Non-Executive Director.

Greenvale has been fast tracking the development of Alpha, which it aims to bring into production next year. Meanwhile, the company has also been preparing to begin an extensive drilling program at the Georgina Basin.

Greenvale Mining was trading 1.35 per cent down at 36.5 cents on July 15 at 10:40 am AEST.

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