Global Energy Metals Corporation (CVE:GEMC) (OTCMKTS:GBLEF) has tapped mining strategist Christopher Ecclestone as a board member.
Ecclestone is a principal focused on mining at the equity research house Hallgarten & Company and is based in London. His previous stints also include founding and serving as head of research at the Argentine equity research firm Buenos Aires Trust Company from 1991 until 2001.
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Ecclestone has dedicated his career to investing, analyzing and advising on transactional work in metals deemed critical to battery markets.
“I have been an investor and advisor in cobalt and other battery-related metals for a number of years and see Global Energy metals as having an excellent platform for development of a North American integrated supply company with strong existing mineral assets and a team with one of the best understandings of the critical metals space,” said Ecclestone in a statement. “ I look forward to the further exploration results from Nevada and development of a strong critical metals supply chain company.”
Global Energy Metals is building a diverse portfolio of exploration and growth-stage cobalt assets. The firm acquires metals and mining companies with a focus on metals in the rechargeable battery market and energy storage sector. It aims to acquire cobalt, lithium, graphite, and other battery metals projects.