Vancouver, August 13th, 2018 – Kincora Copper Ltd. (the “Company”, “Kincora”) (TSXV:KCC) is pleased to announce that Mr. Cameron McRae has joined as Chairman of the Board of Directors, with Mr. Anthony Jackson standing down from the Board and remaining Chief Financial Officer.
Cameron has been a resident in Mongolia since 2010, when he came on as President and CEO of Oyu Tolgoi (2010-13) and directed the business through construction and into operations. He was also Rio Tinto’s Country director for Mongolia during this period.
Kincora’s recent corporate transition phase has now concluded. An experienced board and senior team, with complementary skill sets, will support the next leg of the Company’s exploration and expansion strategy. The members of the Board and Technical Committee have over 40 years relevant operating experience in Mongolia, and over 150 years specific sector experience, with two board members based in Mongolia. Further details on Mr. McRae, the Board and Technical Committee are included in the Appendix.
“We are very pleased to welcome Cameron as our new Chairman. For the majority of the period post being President of Oyu Tolgoi, Cameron been a Board Advisor to Kincora assisting with stakeholder relations, strategic direction and operations. He has a strong track record of adding value for Kincora shareholders, and other stakeholders in businesses he has previously lead,” said Kincora’s President & CEO, Sam Spring. “Re-joining in this expanded capacity will only further strengthen our business with a senior, experienced and hands on chairman”.
“Cameron’s appointment is the last major step in the recent shareholder and board transition process. Kincora is now in the strongest position to accelerate exploration activities in the Southern Gobi copper-gold belt where we hold the dominant license portfolio, as well as pursue further countercyclical expansion opportunities.
We look forward to shortly providing updates on our exploration progress and plans”.
Cameron McRae commented: “I am very pleased to join the Kincora board and continuing to work with the strong team in place. We enjoy significant support from our investors and we will remain focused on genuinely adding value from both an exploration perspective and sensible positioning of the company.”
Source: Kincora Copper