Finore Mining appoints New Director
Vancouver, BC / TNW – Accesswire / Vancouver, B.C., January 8, 2015 – FINORE MINING INC. (CSE: FIN; OTCQX: FNREF) (the “Company” or “Finore”) – announces that James McKenzie has been appointed as a Director of Finore, effective January 8, 2015.
Mr. McKenzie, who earned an MBA (Finance) from the University of Chicago, is an entrepreneur with over 40 years’ experience developing international businesses in Asia, Mexico and Africa. He has extensive experience in finance, marketing, sales, and accounting. He was also involved in philanthropic activities which include child support in Swaziland and Kenya until 2012.
Mr. McKenzie is the founder and former CEO and Chairman of CUI, Inc., a private company which was sold and is now a subsidiary of CUI Global, Inc., a publicly traded company listed on NASDAQ.
Mr. McKenzie is a director, founder and CFO of Test Products International Inc. (TPI), a Beaverton, Oregon based manufacturer of test and measuring instruments used in the automotive and climate control industries.
Mr. McKenzie is also the founder and Chairman of The Golden Rule Ltd, a private Company which owns and controls private mining projects in West Africa
About Finore Mining Inc.
Finore is a mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Company controls a 100% interest in the LK Project located in North-Central Finland. Finore’s goal is to define a large-tonnage PGE+Au-Cu-Ni deposit in Finland. More information on the Companys’ activities can be found on www.finoremining.com.
On behalf of the board of directors of Finore Mining Inc.,
President & CEO
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