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HR JOB MOVES THIS WEEK FROM DBS, SIME DARBY, MANPOWER SINGAPORE, AND MANY MORE

Paladin | June 03, 2016

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HR Solutions Provider Appointments SAP names Shane Paladin managing director of Hong Kong and Macau Effective June of this year, Paladin will lead the sales and business development team to help organisations accelerate their digital transformation. He will operate from Hong Kong, and will report to Mark Gibbs, global senior vice president, SAP SE and President, SAP Greater China. Ian Grundy joins Ciett As Adecco Group’s marketing and communications head, Asia Pacific, Ian Grun...

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PALADIN ENERGY CUTS MANAGEMENT SALARIES IN BREAK-EVEN BID

Paladin | July 30, 2015

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Troubled Australian uranium miner Paladin Energy has slashed the pay of its chief executive by 20 per cent as part of a string of cost cutting measures across the business designed to get the firm to a cash flow break-even point by the end of the year. Paladin (PDN) said today it had materially lowered its break-even level for the 2016 financial year, on a cashflow basis, off the back of capital expenditure reductions, and cutting of corporate and debt costs...

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BORSHOFF QUITS AS PALADIN BOSS

Paladin | August 10, 2015

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Paladin, struggling with $US480 million of debt and a weak uranium price, said late yesterday the board and Mr Borshoff “had agreed” he would step down as managing director and chief executive, a role he had held since 1993.Investment banker and former SouthGobi Resources boss Alexander Molyneux has been parachuted in as interim chief executive on a monthly salary of $US25,000 — or $407,000 a year — while Paladin searches for a permanent successor....

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NEW PALADIN CEO INCENTIVISED TO SECURE DEAL

Paladin | February 17, 2016

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Paladin Energy's newly appointed chief executive Alexander Molyneux could pocket a bonus worth almost double his base salary if he secures a deal that relieves the company of its debt pressure. As the uranium miner announced a $US22.9 million ($32 billion) net loss after tax for the December half, it revealed Mr Molyneux, who had been the uranium miner's interim chief executive since the departure of long-standing boss John Borshoff last August, had secured the role full-time....

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HR JOB MOVES THIS WEEK FROM DBS, SIME DARBY, MANPOWER SINGAPORE, AND MANY MORE

Paladin | June 03, 2016

HR Solutions Provider Appointments SAP names Shane Paladin managing director of Hong Kong and Macau Effective June of this year, Paladin will lead the sales and business development team to help organisations accelerate their digital transformation. He will operate from Hong Kong, and will report to Mark Gibbs, global senior vice president, SAP SE and President, SAP Greater China. Ian Grundy joins Ciett As Adecco Group’s marketing and communications head, Asia Pacific, Ian Grun...

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PALADIN ENERGY CUTS MANAGEMENT SALARIES IN BREAK-EVEN BID

Paladin | July 30, 2015

Troubled Australian uranium miner Paladin Energy has slashed the pay of its chief executive by 20 per cent as part of a string of cost cutting measures across the business designed to get the firm to a cash flow break-even point by the end of the year. Paladin (PDN) said today it had materially lowered its break-even level for the 2016 financial year, on a cashflow basis, off the back of capital expenditure reductions, and cutting of corporate and debt costs...

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BORSHOFF QUITS AS PALADIN BOSS

Paladin | August 10, 2015

Paladin, struggling with $US480 million of debt and a weak uranium price, said late yesterday the board and Mr Borshoff “had agreed” he would step down as managing director and chief executive, a role he had held since 1993.Investment banker and former SouthGobi Resources boss Alexander Molyneux has been parachuted in as interim chief executive on a monthly salary of $US25,000 — or $407,000 a year — while Paladin searches for a permanent successor....

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NEW PALADIN CEO INCENTIVISED TO SECURE DEAL

Paladin | February 17, 2016

Paladin Energy's newly appointed chief executive Alexander Molyneux could pocket a bonus worth almost double his base salary if he secures a deal that relieves the company of its debt pressure. As the uranium miner announced a $US22.9 million ($32 billion) net loss after tax for the December half, it revealed Mr Molyneux, who had been the uranium miner's interim chief executive since the departure of long-standing boss John Borshoff last August, had secured the role full-time....

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