London, 3 November 2017 – Women in Mining (UK) (WIM (UK)) is pleased to announce that Judith Mosely has been appointed as Non Executive Director to the Board effective immediately.
Judith has over 20 years in the finance industry specializing in mining and metals. Currently she is the Business Development Director of Mining for Rand Merchant Bank where she focusses on international mining companies, from juniors to majors, in the African continent. She is also a non-executive director of BlackRock World Mining Trust plc and Earthwatch.
Commenting on the appointment, Carole Cable, Chair of WIM (UK) said: “The Board is delighted to welcome Judith as a non executive director. Her rich experience in the mining industry from a finance perspective will bring further depth and breadth to our Board as we deliver on our objectives of promoting women in mining, providing a meaningful network, and raising awareness of mining as a long-term career choice for women.”
Notes to Editors:
Judith Mosely is a senior banker with over twenty years’ experience in the mining and metals sector. For the last five years she has held the position of Business Development Director for Rand Merchant Bank in London with responsibility for developing the bank’s African business with international mining and metals companies. She previously headed the mining finance team at Société Générale in London where her focus was principally on debt financing in EMEA and Australia. She has broad experience across commodity sectors, working with juniors through to multinationals. Prior to Société Générale, Judith’s early career was with National Westminster Bank’s International Division and Hambros Bank.
Judith is a non-executive director of Blackrock World Mining Trust plc and a Trustee of Earthwatch, an international environmental charity
She is a graduate in Modern Languages from Oxford University and holds a Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Warwick.
About WIM (UK)
Created in 2006, WIM (UK) promotes the role of women in the mining industry, provides a network across all types of professions pertaining to mining, and is instrumental on raising awareness of mining as an excellent career choice for women. Membership is free and open to all women in the mining industry and we have over 2,000 members from all corners of mining-related businesses and professions. For more information about how to join and to see the benefits of WIM (UK) please visit www.womeninmining.org.uk
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