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Fire & Flower adds interim CFO to its leadership team

He previously held roles at The Flowr Corporation and Terrace Global

Fire & Flower adds interim CFO to its leadership team
Photo via Fire & Flower

Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (TSX: FAF) (OTCQX: FFLWF) has updated its leadership team and hired a new interim chief financial officer who previously held the position at The Flowr Corporation.

The company announced Monday that it has appointed John Chou as Interim CFO effective immediately.

Chou previously held the position of CFO of The Flowr Corporation and he was the CFO of the cannabis firm Terrace Global (TSXV: TRCE). He also held roles as the VP of Finance of Gran Colombia Gold Corp. (TSX: GCM)(OTCQX: TPRFF) and VP of Finance of Frontera Energy Corp. (TSX: FEC).

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Fire & Flower adds interim CFO to its leadership team

John Chou is the new Interim Chief Financial Officer of Fire & Flower.
Photo by Fire & Flower

“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am pleased to welcome John Chou to the management team as Interim Chief Financial Officer. John brings extensive experience from a diverse range of industries from cannabis, energy, mining and hydro,” Fire & Flower CEO Stéphane Trudel said.

“We look forward to his contributions to advancing Fire & Flower’s strategic objectives.”





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