Sydney, Australia — MININGREVIEW.COM — 02 April, 2008 – The Directors of AIM Resources Limited – an Australian-based resources company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and the AIM, and with a portfolio of assets in west and southern Africa – has announced that Marc Flory is stepping down from the board to pursue other business interests, and has resigned as a director of the company, with immediate effect.
Flory has been instrumental in driving the development of the company’s Perkoa zinc project in Burkina Faso, as well as AIM Resources exploration projects in Zambia and South Africa.
Current director Vic Bradley is assuming the role of chairman of the board of directors.
Bradley is a chartered accountant with 42 years in the minerals industry, including 15 years at Teck Cominco, a world leader in zinc production. He is lead director of Yamana Gold Inc. – a major gold producer with a US$10 billion market capitalisation – and was the founder and chairman of Aura Minerals Inc., which has a major copper/gold/iron project in Brazil. He also holds various other directorships, and his many years of mining experience, wide knowledge of the industry and his contacts are expected to be of enormous benefit to AIM Resources.