Silkroad Nickel’s Datuk Lim Kean Tin has ceased to be the company’s non-executive and non-independent director effective March 15.

According to a filing on SGX, Lim’s cessation comes as he has failed to attend two Board meetings consecutively without special leave of absence from the board.


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Lim has thus ceased to be a director of the company under regulation 102(viii) of the company’s constitution.

Lim was appointed as the company’s non-executive and non-independent director on July 5, 2018. He has a direct interest of 8.25 million shares in the company.

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Shares in Silkroad Nickel closed 5.5 cents higher or 13.9% up at 45 cents on March 16.