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As a result of the acquisition, Copper Mountain has now added 100% of Altona’s assets to the Copper Mountain Group which include AUS$30 million in cash, a permitted development project in Queensland, Australia and a large mineral land tenure position in a highly prospective area in Queensland, Australia, a mining friendly jurisdiction.
In conjunction with this transaction, the company has appointed Alistair Cowden to the Board of Directors.
Cowden has an honours degree in Geology from Edinburgh University and a PhD in Geology from the University of London. Cowden has spent more than 35 years as a mining executive, director and geologist in the mining industry in Australia, Africa, Asia and Europe. He has founded eight public companies including Altona Mining, of which he was Managing Director, which owned the Eva Copper project prior to its acquisition by Copper Mountain. Alistair has extensive experience across all aspects of the mining industry including mergers and acquisitions and financing. He is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, The Australian Institute of Geoscientists and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Alistair as Managing Director accepted the Diggers and Dealers Junior Explorer of the Year for Archaean Gold in 1995 and received the Queensland Explorer of the Year for Altona in 2012. Jim O’Rourke, President & CEO of Copper Mountain, commented: “we welcome Alistair to the Board. Alistair and his team have done an outstanding job in assembling an exceptional mineral land package in a prolific mineral belt that we believe will provide long-term value to all shareholders.”