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  • Panoramic Resources has appointed Victor Rajasooriar as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
  • In August, the company announced that long-serving Managing Director, Peter Harold, would be leaving Panoramic after 18 years in the role
  • Victor will be starting his new role on November 11, 2019
  • On market close, Panoramic Resources remains steady and is selling shares at 31¢ apiece

Panoramic Resources has appointed Victor Rajasooriar as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.

In August, the company announced that long serving Managing Director, Peter Harold, would be leaving Panoramic after 18 years in the role.

Victor is a mining engineer with more than 20 years of experience in both open pit and underground operations.

He holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the WA School of Mines, a WA First Class Mine Managers Certificate and is a member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Recently, Victor was the Managing Director and CEO of Echo Resources, a company focused on the Yandal Belt region of Western Australia. Echo is currently the target of a takeover by Northern Star Resources.

Prior to Echo, Victor held the role of CEO for a leading underground mining contractor, Barminco Mining.

Chairman Brian Phillips has welcomed Victor to the role and thanked Peter for his many years of dedication and services to the company.

“The Board is delighted to appoint Victor to the position of Managing Director and CEO and looks forward to his contribution at what is an exciting time for Panoramic,” Brian said.

Brian is sad to see Peter leave has Managing Director but is wishing him the best.

“Peter has been an exemplary MD with a sound knowledge and expertise in the nickel industry. His leadership and corporate acumen will be sorely missed by all the company’s stakeholders,” he added.

Victor will be starting his new role on November 11, 2019.

On market close, Panoramic Resources remains steady and is selling shares at 31¢ apiece.

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