CSE:CRUZ | OTC:BKTPF | FSE:A2DMG8
CSE:CRUZ | OTC:BKTPF | FSE:A2DMG8
We feel that the cobalt investing industry is set to take off due to the significant role that this critical metal plays in lithium-ion batteries. Cruz Cobalt Corp (CSE:CRUZ | OTC:BKTPF | FSE:A2DMG8) is a leader in cobalt exploration with significant projects across North America.
Cruz Cobalt is actively engaged in acquiring and developing cobalt assets and has already acquired numerous historically high-grade cobalt projects located in North America. Six of the cobalt projects acquired are located in Canada while one is located in Idaho, USA.
Similar dynamics that have driven lithium prices higher are present in cobalt, and that is why Cruz established itself at the early stages of this sector move securing multiple high-grade cobalt projects.
As the foremost cobalt project generator and developer on the CSE, Cruz Cobalt strongly believes that cobalt is in the early stage of a significant bull market. We are pleased to be at the forefront of this trend.
Mr. James Nelson has been President and Secretary of Cruz Cobalt Corp. since April 2015 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Nelson has over 13 years of public markets experience focused in finance, investor relations and corporate development as well as serving as a director and a consultant to several public and private companies. James has worked in a variety of industries including: energy, mining, oil & gas, and technology. Since 2006 he has held senior management positions with several TSX-V and CSE listed resource companies including Cruz Cobalt Corp. (CSE: CRUZ), Spearmint Resources Inc. (CSE: SPMT) and YDX Innovation Corp (TSX.V: YDX).
The relationships Mr. Nelson has built throughout the financial community has enabled him to provide much-needed funding to various venture companies and he continues to maintain this strong network in and around the capital markets.
Mr. Seth Kay has been a director of Cruz Cobalt Corp. since April 2015.
Mr. Kay is a graduate from the University of Western Ontario with a degree in Economics and has over 10 years of experience in the public markets with a focus in finance, corporate development and investor relations. Throughout his career Mr. Kay has served as a consultant, director, and has held senior management roles and to several public and private companies. During his tenure in the capital markets Mr. Kay has developed relationships with an extensive network of key investors, brokers and market influencers.
Mr. Gregory R. Thomson, PGeo, has served as Director of Cruz Cobalt Corp. since July, 2013.
Mr. Thomson has over 35 years of mineral exploration experience, primarily as a project geologist, with the majority of his career focused on gold exploration, mainly in British Columbia. He has been active in most of the province’s mineral regions. He has also participated in or managed exploration programs in Alaska (Pogo gold deposit), Mexico and Mongolia. He was a senior project geologist for Teck Exploration Ltd. from 1989 to 2000. His most recent experience (2010 to 2012) was with Huakan International Mining Inc., where he carried out geological supervision, permitting and implementation of underground diamond drilling programs for the J&L massive sulphide (gold, silver, lead, zinc) deposit located north of Revelstoke, B.C.
Mr. Thomson holds a BS degree in geology from the University of British Columbia and has worked in the capacity of a professional geoscientist since 1993. Mr. Thomson is a registered member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia.
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