VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - May 29, 2014) - Formation Metals Inc. (FCO.TO) ("Formation" or "the Company") announced today that it has been advised that Dundee Corporation's ("Dundee") legal counsel has sent for filing a Consent Dismissal Order of the Petition proceedings with the Supreme Court of British Columbia signed by counsel for all parties of record to that matter to dismiss the proceedings against Formation and all other respondents, including all Formation directors at the time of the initial filing of the Petition in June 2013, in response to the Company's announcement of the proposed sale of certain assets as discussed in the Company's news release dated June 6, 2013. All parties of record to the proceeding have agreed to the dismissal of the Petition without costs to any party and the dismissal order has been sent for filing with the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Dundee remains Formation's largest single shareholder and is the beneficial owner of 17.1% of the Company's issued shares. Recent board appointments announced in March 2014 have included increased representation of Dundee on the Company's Board of Directors.
"We are pleased to have this lawsuit behind us," commented Mr. Robert Quinn, Chairman of the Board of Formation. He continued, "We have been working harmoniously with our new directors who have been contributing added value to the board. Their combined knowledge and experience is expected to result in significant additional opportunities for Formation and its stakeholders moving forward."
The Board of Directors of Formation Metals Inc. consists of seven members, namely, Mr. Robert J. Quinn, Chairman, Mr. David Stone, Mr. Robert Metka, Mr. James Engdahl, Mr. Greg Hahn, Mr. Scott Hean and Mr. David Christie. Governor Cecil D. Andrus remains Director Emeritus.
Formation Metals Inc. is dedicated to the principles of environmentally sound mining and refining practices, and believes that environmental stewardship and mining can co-exist. Formation trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol FCO.
Formation Metals Inc.
J. Paul Farquharson, Interim President & C.E.O.
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