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Lundin shares down as Jack takes on the leadership

Lundin Mining announced this week that chief executive Peter Rockandel will step down as of December 31. Jack Lundin, the current president and grandson of founder Adolf Lundin, will step up as the new chief executive from January 1, 2024.

Lundin's Caserones copper mine in Chile.

Lundin's Caserones copper mine in Chile.

Rockandel will continue to act as an advisor, according to a statement from Lundin. Rockandel joined Lundin Mining in 2018 and took over from Marie Inkster as chief executibe in November 2021, who quit...

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