Chartered accountant Brownlow has accumulated extensive experience working as chief financial officer of TSX-V listed mineral exploration and development companies throughout the world, including exploration and production companies in South America.
He has also worked as an auditor in the British Virgin Islands focusing on financial and regulatory reporting of public and private funds and trust companies.
"I would like to welcome Alastair to the Aftermath Silver team and I look forward to working with him as we explore and develop our portfolio of silver projects in Chile," Ralph Rushton, the president of Aftermath said in a statement.
"I'd like to thank Jasmine for the hard work she's put in to helping Aftermath Silver grow and wish her all the best during this exciting time for her family," he added.
Aftermath has the Cachinal and Challacollo silver projects in Chile. The Challacollo project lies in Region 1 and already boasts a historic NI 43-101 resource estimate from 2015 of 4.7 million tonnes for 30.2 million ounces of contained silver at a grade of 200 grammes per tonne (g/t) and 48,400 ounces of gold at 0.32 g/t in the higher confidence indicated category.
Cachinal project is located in Chile's Antofagasta region about 40 kilometers (km) east of the Pan American Highway and 16km north of Austral Gold's Guanaco gold-silver mine. It hosts a current NI 43-101 silver resource of just over 22 million ounces. Metallurgical recoveries are 85% for silver and gold using simple direct cyanidation processing. There is a mill around 10 miles away.
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