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Australian Potash Limited appoints Chief Financial Officer

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Australian Potash Limited has appointed Mr Patrick Leung as Chief Financial Officer.

Mr Leung’s 20-year career in banking has focused on the natural resources sector, with his most recent role as Director, Investments (Resources and WA) for the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF). He has held similar roles with Bankwest and Westpac, including six years as Director, Natural Resources with Westpac Institutional Bank.

APC Managing Director & CEO Matt Shackleton said “As APC seeks to finalise the last critical phase of predevelopment – the development funding programme – we are delighted to welcome Patrick to the highly competent and experienced APC team. Patrick’s extensive banking experience and understanding of the resources sector will be invaluable to our shareholders as we work to complete the debt and equity funding arrangements for the development of the Lake Wells Sulphate of Potash Project.”

“Patrick is already familiar with the Lake Wells Project from his time at NAIF and he will play a pivotal role in building on our existing relationships with NAIF and Export Finance Australia, and forging new partnerships into the existing syndicated debt facility.”

“On behalf of the Board and management team, I the past four years and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.”

Mr Leung holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Curtin University, an MBA from the University of Western Australia, a post-graduate Diploma of Applied Finance (Corporate Finance) and is a Certified Practicing Accountant.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/12092022/australian-potash-limited-appoints-chief-financial-officer/

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