This morning Freeman Gold Corp. (CSE: FMAN) announced they have appointed Paul Matysek as a Strategic Advisor.
Matysek has over 40 years of experience in the mining industry and is known for creating shareholder value through a series of takeouts. Over the last two decades, Matyserk has primarily focused on the exploration, development and sale of issuers; including five publicly listed companies for a cumulative value just under 2.9 billion.
As pointed out on the Deep Dive company profile, Paul is connected to Freeman CEO Will Randall through Lithium X, which was sold to Nextview New Energy Lion Hong Kong Limited for $265 million in cash.
He was also President and CEO of Goldrock which sold to Fortuna Silver Mines in July 2016. Paul was previously CEO of Lithium One, which merged with Galaxy Resources of Australia to create a multi-billion-dollar integrated lithium company. He also served as CEO of Potash One, which was acquired by K+S Ag for $434-million cash in 2011.
In addition to the joining of Matysek, the company appointed Bassam Moubarak as Chief Financial Officer and added him to the Board of Directors.
Freeman announced an aggregate grant of 1,300,000 stock options to various directors, officers and consultants of the Company exercisable at $0.60 subject to regulatory approval.
Freeman Gold Corp shares last traded at 56c on the CSE.
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