Echoes of the recent past with current board upheaval

MULTIPLE resignations at a company typically point to something being afoot or not quite right. Budding gold developer Echo Resources lost two key executive last month and a company secretary this week.

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Not all doom and gloom at Echo but shareholders will definitely be keen on a brighter future

Of the three, the exit of company secretary Paul Savich this week would seem the least significant since it was a shared role.

However, it's notable Savich had been Echo's corporate general manager since the company's change of management in 2016.

The other two exits prompt more querying.

In mid-September, Echo said it had accepted the resignation of managing director Simon Coxhell, noting his "passion" for the company's Yandal project and "sincerely wishing him well with his future endeavours".

Coxhell was appointed as CEO of Echo in mid-2016 following his appointment as executive director in February 2016.

Two weeks prior to Coxhell's resignation, Gary Lethridge walked.

The outgoing finance director, who'd been appointed six months ea...