Lions Gate Metals Inc. has entered into a consulting agreement with Ken Faulkner to provide strategic and business development services to the Company.
Mr. Faulkner has in excess of 30 years experience working in capital markets in a number of different capacities. As a broker, he worked for firms such as Burns Fry, First Commonwealth Securities, and Canaccord Capital. While with First Commonwealth, he was on the development team that pioneered the structure and implementation of the Junior Capital Pool which later became the CPC.
During his tenure in the brokerage business, he financed public and private companies in diverse industries such as Bio-Tech, Telecom, Oil and Gas, Hard Metal Mining and Precious Metals. Projects included Goliath and Golden Scepter (Hemlo), Golden Star Res., QLT Pharma., Quick Med., Freegold International, Canalaska, Diamet and Mountain Province.
Mr. Faulkner has also worked as a consultant for various public and private entities. In this capacity he has assisted clients in many ways, to include acquiring financing, gaining analytical coverage as well as advising on property acquisition and joint venture opportunities. Ken's experience in the public markets has allowed him to establish a broad network of international relationships. This network enables him to facilitate the growth of a company at various stages of development.
In his last role as the Director, Corporate Development, for Eagle Peak Resources (EPR), Ken was tasked with preparing all the subsidiaries of EPR for entry into the public markets. Ken's role included raising capital, M&A activity and establishing analytical coverage for the parent company as well as all subsidiaries.
About Lions Gate Metals
Lions Gate is a Canadian based, junior resource company focused on the exploration, development, and acquisition of both advanced and early stage mineral projects. Lions Gate owns 100% of three substantial copper and molybdenum projects located in British Columbia. Lions Gate's flagship project is the Poplar porphyry copper molybdenum deposit near Houston, BC. The Huckleberry Mine, located approximately 35 kilometres southwest of the Poplar Deposit, produces copper and molybdenum from a deposit of similar age and setting.
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