Mr. David Petroff reports
JAGUAR MINING TO APPOINT DOUGLAS WILLOCK AS CFO FOLLOWING THE RESIGNATION OF JAMES ROLLER
Jaguar Mining Inc.
will appoint Douglas Willock as the company's
chief financial officer in January, 2013, following the resignation of
James Roller, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.
Mr. Willock, who was born in Brazil, has over 30 years of experience in
corporate finance with leading Canadian and international investment
banks, as well as managing junior resource companies. Most recently he
served as president, chief executive officer and director of
Polar Star Mining Corp., and is currently a director and chair of
the audit committee for Orestone Mining Corp. Mr. Willock holds a
master of business administration degree with a major in finance from
the Richard Ivey School of Business, Western University, and a bachelor
of arts (history) degree from the University of British Columbia. He
attended the Beijing Language Institute on a joint government of Canada
and China scholarship from 1976 to 1977.
Commenting on Mr. Willock's appointment, David Petroff, Jaguar's
president and CEO, stated: "We are very pleased and fortunate to have
Doug step in to fill this important role at this critical time for
Jaguar. In addition to his extensive knowledge, experience and
relationships in corporate finance, Doug brings to the company a can-do attitude and leadership style that I am certain will be highly
valuable to our organization. We welcome him to the company and to the
"We also want to express our thanks to Jim for his many valuable
contributions to Jaguar. He has been a key member of
the management team for many years, and played an important role in the
company's growth and expansion. His leadership and constancy will be
missed. We wish Jim the very best in his future endeavours."