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Waterloo Brewing CFO resigns

David Birch is leaving the company after five years to pursue a new opportunity

Waterloo Brewing says David Birch has resigned from his position as chief financial officer to pursue a new career opportunity. His last day is July 31.

In a press release, the company said Birch's departure did not result from “any disagreement with Waterloo Brewing on any matter relating to Waterloo's operations, policies, or practices.”

Birch is leaving Waterloo Brewing after five years to join Minto Metals Corporation as chief financial officer. A search for his replacement is underway.

“On behalf of everyone at Waterloo Brewing and the Board of Directors, I want to thank David for the significant contributions and leadership he has made during his five-year tenure at Waterloo Brewing, including his efforts over the past year during the Covid-19 pandemic. We wish him the best in his new role at Minto Metals,” said George Croft, Waterloo Brewing's, president and chief executive officer in the release.

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