Nickel Creek Platinum CEO Resigns To Pursue Better Opportunities In Precious Metals Sector
Nickel Creek Platinum Corp (TSX: NCP) has seen its President and CEO resign to pursue a better opportunity in the precious metals sector. The resignation, effective September 7, will see the firms current chairman, Myron Manternach, assume the role of interim president until a replacement has been found.
Further justification for Garrett’s departure from the firms executive team was not provided, with Garrett indicating that she remains a large shareholder within the company. She’ll also become a consultant to the board of directors and management team to allow for a smooth transition.
Further, the company has completed its 1,200 metre drill program at its flagship Nickel Shaw Project, located in the Yukon, as announced last month, however cores from the program have yet to be shipped for analysis. Assays are expected to be received next quarter.
The geophysics study, announced in conjunction with the drill program last month, is currently nearing completion. The study was conducted east and west along strike of the Wellgreen deposit and the Quill target area. Data is expected to be analyzed by the end of 2020, with further details on data release not being provided.
Nickel Creek Platinum Corp last traded at $0.14 on the TSX.
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