Company: Newlox Gold Ventures Corp
Listings : Canadian Securities Exchange, Frankfurt, US OTC
Tickers: LUX , NGO, NWLXF
Market cap at time of publication: $ 28 MCAD
Stock price at time of publication: $0.205 CAD
Business: Environmentally friendly and socially responsible gold mining
Market Size: US$180bn
Vancouver, BC, 24 January 2022 – Newlox Gold Ventures Corp. (“Newlox” or the “Company”) (CSE: LUX Frankfurt/Stuttgart: NGO | PINK: NWLXF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Frances Petryshen as Corporate Secretary.
Ms. Petryshen has been providing corporate secretarial services to reporting issuers for over 30 years, using her experience to provide effective and practical solutions to continuous disclosure and governance requirements. She has held roles as Director, Corporate Secretary, Compliance Officer and CFO, for a number of entities’ throughout her career.
Currently, Ms. Petryshen provides compliance and corporate secretarial and compliance consulting services to several companies, private, CSE, TSX and TSX-V issuers. Most recently, she was Corporate Secretary for Balmoral Resources Ltd. until acquired by Wallbridge Mining Limited in May 2020.
Ms. Petryshen is a Chartered Secretary, Accredited Director (Acc.Dir.) and a Fellow with the Chartered Governance Institute of Canada (FCG) where she had served as a Director of the British Columbia Branch of the Institute for over 10 years.
A Message from Ryan Jackson, President & CEO:
“We are delighted to welcome Frances to the Newlox Gold team. She brings a tremendous level of experience in the role of Corporate Secretary, elevating the Company’s corporate governance capabilities.
The addition of Frances to Newlox Gold’s corporate team, and the recently announced appointment of Wilmer Ñiquen as VP of Operations, add depth to the Company’s management capabilities and will support our growth plans in 2022 and beyond.”
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