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  • Pursuit Minerals (PUR) has appointed Mark Freeman as the company’s new CEO
  • Mark has an extensive background in equity capital markets, banking and corporate advisory
  • Previously, he was part of the executive management team for Panoramic and Exco Resources
  • The company also announced Stephen Kelly will end his role as Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer
  • Mark will also take on the duties of Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer
  • On market close, Pursuit is down 33.3 per cent and is selling shares for 0.2¢ apiece

Pursuit Minerals (PUR) has appointed Mark Freeman as the company’s new CEO.

Mark has an extensive background in equity capital markets, banking and corporate advisory, mainly within the natural resource industry. He holds a commerce degree and has over 25 years of experience in accounting.

Previously, Mark was part of the executive management team for Panoramic and Exco Resources. Currently, he is a director of Grand Gulf Energy and Frontier Diamonds.

The company also announced Stephen Kelly will end his role as Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Pursuit over the next three months.

In the contract, Mark will also take on the role of Company Secretary and CFO.

Pursuit is a mineral exploration and project development company. It is focused on advancing its high-grade vanadium and nickel projects in Finland, Sweden and Norway.

Chairman, Mr Peter Wall is delighted to welcome Mark to the Board.

“Mark’s extensive international resources and capital markets experience will be invaluable as the company manages the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, advances its Norwegian nickel interests and vanadium interests in Sweden and Finland and pursues new projects to add to its portfolio,” he said.

Mark will commence his role on April 1 2020.

On market close, Pursuit is down 33.3 per cent and is selling shares for 0.2¢ apiece.

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