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Trigg Mining appoints CFO

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Trigg Mining has announced the appointment of Salina Michels as Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, effective immediately.

Ms Michels was most recently a Financial Controller within the Western Australian division for Santos Limited.

Ms Michels will succeed Karen Logan, who has resigned from the position of Company Secretary, with immediate effect.

Trigg Mining Managing Director, Keren Paterson, said: “We are really pleased to welcome Salina to the Trigg Mining Team. She brings a wealth of experience in corporate finance, management and governance at senior levels of major oil & gas, mining and agricultural groups in Australia and is an outstanding and complementary addition to our growing leadership team.

“We are very pleased to have her on board as we move to the next stage of developing our flagship Lake Throssell Sulphate of Potash Project in WA, with a clear strategic focus to unlock its considerable value for our shareholders.

“On behalf of Trigg, I would also like to thank Karen for her support and contribution over the past four years, which has seen the Company move from pre-IPO through to the economic discovery at Lake Throssell, which is now advancing rapidly from Scoping Study to Pre-Feasibility Study.”

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