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  • Patriot Battery Metals (PMET) appoints former Pilbara managing director and CEO Ken Brinsden as non-executive Chairman and Director
  • Brinsden is a Mining Engineer with approximately 30 years of experience in surface and underground mining operations
  • Brinsden joined Pilbara Minerals as Chief Executive Officer in January 2016 and was appointed Managing Director and CEO in May 2016
  • Brinsden is a member of the LME’s Lithium Committee
  • Patriot Battery Metals (PMET) is up just under 15 per cent, trading at C$5.00 at 12:47 pm EST

Patriot Battery Metals (PMET) has appointed former Managing Director and CEO of Pilbara Minerals Limited, Ken Brinsden, as non-executive Chairman and director.

Brinsden is a mining engineer with approximately 30 years of experience in surface and underground mining operations.

Brinsden graduated from the Western Australian School of Mines in 1993.

He previously worked for WMC Resources, Normandy, Central Norseman Gold Corporation, GoldFields, Iluka Resources, Atlas Iron and Pilbara Minerals in various production, development, Executive and Board roles.

Brinsden is a member of the LME’s Lithium Committee.

Brinsden joined Pilbara Minerals as Chief Executive Officer in January 2016 and was appointed Managing Director and CEO in May 2016.

Pilbara Minerals is now an AUD$8B company producing and selling over 580k tons of spodumene concentrate annually, with a developing pipeline of vertically integrated production growth options.

CEO, President and Director, Blair Way commented on the appointment.

“Ken’s experience building and operating one of the world’s largest hardrock lithium projects is immensely relevant to what lays ahead for Patriot Battery Metals, and we could not be more pleased for Ken to join the company.”

“His intimate knowledge of the Lithium sector is second to none and is directly relevant to the Corvette property,” added Way.

Ken Brinsden added,

“There is so much to like about the Corvette property, with work demonstrating both local and regional potential for a large-scale project ideally placed within the emerging Nth American lithium raw materials supply chain.”

Patriot has granted Brinsden 1,000,000 stock options at $7.00 and 1,000,000 stock options exercisable at $9.20, vesting immediately with a four-year term. 

Patriot Battery Metals Inc. is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring and developing mineral properties containing battery, base, and precious metals.

The company’s flagship asset is the 100 per cent owned Corvette Property, located proximal to the Trans-Taiga Road and powerline infrastructural corridor in the James Bay Region of Québec.

Patriot Battery Metals (PMET) is up just under 15 per cent, trading at C$5.00 at 12:47 pm EST.


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