- K2 (KTO) appoints Anthony Margarit as President and Director
- Steve Swatton will remain as CEO of K2
- Anthony holds a BSc. Geology from Lakehead University and has over twenty-five years of management and exploration experience
- In the USA, K2 is represented by its 100 per cent subsidiary, Mojave Precious Metals Inc
- K2 is focused on the Mojave property in California
- K2 Gold Corporation (KTO) is down 4.55 per cent, trading at C$0.21 at 1:19 pm EST
K2 Gold Corporation (KTO) has appointed Anthony Margarit to join K2 as President and Director.
Steve Swatton will remain as CEO of K2.
Anthony holds a BSc. Geology from Lakehead University and has over twenty-five years of management and exploration experience working with both major mining and junior exploration companies.
Over the course of his career, he has explored a variety of commodities, and deposit types, on projects ranging from greenfields prospecting and project generation to managing multi-drill programs, and advanced development projects.
This experience has given him exposure to a variety of exploration methods, as well as business management styles and techniques.
Stated Steve Swatton, CEO of K2 commented on Anthony’s appointment.
“We are delighted that Anthony has agreed to join K2 as President. Anthony has a strong technical, logistical and operational background and has been evaluating exploration projects for over 25 years as ordered the course of his career.
“Anthony will be instrumental in advancing the Mojave project and recently announced Si2 project. 2022 is going to be a milestone year for K2 and Anthony will be integral in getting K2 to the next level,” added Swatton.
John Robins of Discovery Group and the Chairman of K2 added,
“I have known Anthony for more than 15 years, and I am extremely pleased that Anthony has joined the team. Strong management is a cornerstone of every company’s success and Anthony is a key addition to both K2 and the Discovery Group.”
K2 is a member of the Discovery Group of companies and has projects in SW USA and the Yukon.
In the U.S., K2 is represented by its 100 per cent subsidiary, Mojave Precious Metals Inc.
K2 is focused on the Mojave property in California, and the Si2 project in Nevada, along with the Wells project in the Yukon. Mojave is a 5,830-hectare oxide gold project with base metal targets.
The property has undrilled locations with gold enriched historical trench results including one at the Flores zone which recorded 8.4 g/t gold over 25.6m.
K2 Gold Corporation (KTO) is down 4.55 per cent, trading at C$0.21 at 1:19 pm EST.