South African Bruce Ramsden will take over from Greg Isenor as executive VP along with his role as CFO.
Roscan Gold Corporation has announced the appointment of its CFO Bruce Ramsden as its new executive vice president.
Bruce, who was born in South Africa, received his B.Com in accounting and economics from the University of South Africa. He started his career as a fixed asset clerk at Rembrandt Tobacco and has served in various roles in South African companies, including Dunair, Photra, Philips SA, Mobil Oil SA and Castrol SA.
Bruce moved Toronto to fulfil the role of CFO and director of Vaaldiam Resources and was later appointed as the CFO and vice president of finance at St Andrews Goldfields. He has also served in CFO roles with various other international companies including Tiomin Resources, Southern Legacy Minerals, Andean American Gold Corporation, Mountain Province Diamonds, and Kennady Diamonds.
Prior to joining Roscan in April, Bruce served as an independent consultant at Geotab Inc and Dominion Diamond Mines respectively.
Bruce will be taking over from Greg Isenor, who will be transitioning to a non-executive director on 1 July as part of a succession plan. According to the company, this is a planned natural progression following Greg’s ongoing support of Nana Sangmuah’s successful leadership over the past 18 months as the company’s president and CEO. It also aligns with Greg’s plan to continue to generate new exploration opportunities.