Adam Davidson appointed CEO of Trident Resources |

Adam Davidson appointed CEO of Trident Resources

LONDON: Trident Resources Plc has announced the appointment of Adam Davidson as a Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with effect from 10 October 2019.

Adam Davidson, 37, has over 10 years' experience in the natural resources sector, most recently with Resource Capital Funds (RCF), a leading mining focused private equity firm.

Adam has been a member of RCF's investment team since 2014. Prior to RCF, he held positions with BMO Capital Markets in Metals & Mining Equity Research and with Orica Mining Services in Strategic Planning. He has extensive mining capital markets experience across a breadth of jurisdictions and commodities. Adam began his career with T. Rowe Price and also served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Adam is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and previously served as a Non-Executive Director of private gold producer RG Gold. He earned his MBA from the College of William & Mary and completed a post-graduate in Mining Studies from the University of Arizona.

Trident expects to appoint another senior investment professional shortly to support Adam, in the role of Vice President, Corporate Development.

On the appointment of Adam Davidson as a director of the Company becoming effective, Carmichael Olowoyo will stand down from the Company's board of directors with immediate effect.

James Kelly, Non-executive Chairman of Trident said: "I am delighted to welcome Adam to the management team and look forward to working with him as we execute on our strategy. To be able to attract someone of Adam's calibre is testament to the strength of the opportunity that Trident represents. I would like to express my gratitude to Carmichael for his service to the Company, particularly for his assistance in the establishment of the Company its successful capital raising and admission to trading on the main board of the London Stock Exchange."

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