Regency Mines said it had appointed a new chief executive and chairman as part of an overhaul of its board. Current executive director Scott Kaintz had been appointed CEO, while Nigel Burton had been appointed chairman. Ewen Ainsworth had also been appointed as an independent non-executive director, while Edmund Bugnosen had resigned as a non-executive director. Burton had served as chief financial officer at companies including Management Resource Solutions and Nu-Oil and Gas. He was currently chairman of Remote Monitored Systems. 'We would like to welcome Ewen and Nigel to the Regency team as we continue the process of reinvigorating and refocusing the business,' Kaintz said. 'Both Ewen and Nigel bring a deep set of AIM experience and capabilities to the organisation, and are already involved in our ongoing strategy discussions.'
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