Alacer Gold president Howard Stevenson has announced his resignation.
Stevenson, who holds the role of both president and COO, stepped down as he has accepted the role of CEO in another company.
Despite announcing his departure the company has not yet determined his final day, with Stevenson remaining with the company during the transition period and while Alacer finalises its Copler sulfide feasibility study.
The former CEO of Alacer, David Quinlivan, stepped down from his role in August last year, ahead of the company’s exit from Australia.
The miner sold off all of its Australian gold assets in September last year, at the time stating that it was focusing on the development of its Turkish gold deposits.