M&A

Wesdome chief executive exit fans M&A speculation

Tough operational challenges at Toronto-listed Wesdome Gold Mines have claimed the tenure of chief executive Duncan Middlemiss who has tendered his resignation and will retire, highlighting problems at the firm which could also become a potential takeover target.

 Wesdome loses chief executive

Wesdome loses chief executive

The development come after the company reported last week that it had missed both 2022 guidance and consensus, as well as announced disappointing 2023 guidance. "In our discussions with investors, many...

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