VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Mar 21, 2014) - Formation Metals Inc. (FCO.TO) ("Formation" or "the Company") announced today that pursuant to last week's news release, it has further strengthened its Board of Directors (the "Board") with the addition of Mr. David Christie. Mr. Christie, P.Geo., a professional geoscientist, brings significant technical and analytical experience to the Board.
Mr. Christie worked as an exploration geologist with a number of resource companies for more than 14 years before moving to a mining equity research role in 2000. In 2001 he was promoted to the gold and precious mineral equity analyst role at TD Securities and moved to Scotia Capital in 2007 as the senior gold and precious minerals analyst, where he was highly ranked in industry surveys. Mr. Christie joined Bellotti Goodman Inc. as president in 2011, and assumed the role of vice-president of Goodman and Company, Investment Counsel Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dundee Corporation, in late 2012. Mr. Christie is a professional geologist with APGO and NAPEG, is a fellow of the Geological Association of Canada, and has been a member of the PDAC convention committee for the past six years. Mr. Christie is also a director of Eagle Hill Exploration Corporation (EAG-TSXV) and Condor Precious Metals Inc.(a private company).
"Mr. Christie's addition to our Board augments our technical and analytical strengths - and just as significantly, serves to welcome the representation of our largest shareholder", commented Robert Quinn, Chairman of the Board of Formation Metals Inc.
The Board of Directors of Formation Metals Inc. now 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 & CEO
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