The new Ceo seems to have a wide range of skills that Azarga would find useful going forward.
His 30 years experience should help.
 He is NED for two other companies that have not really set the heather on fire.
So I would conclude that he has an opportunity to make a name for himself at Azarga but it is hard to tell how good he really is.
 I also found an interview when he was at Focus Ventures. This company did not go to well. I suppose it was also at a bad time for the whole sector. Focus Ventures was later renamed Crops.

 Sharegar.