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Altus Strategies announce General Counsel

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Global Mining Review,

Altus Strategies Plc has recently announced the appointment of Sandra Bates as the company's General Counsel.

Bates is an international lawyer with over 20 years' experience, having advised listed and private companies in the natural resources sector on complex commercial negotiations and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) engagement. Bates is a Partner at London-based law firm Keystone Law, a non-executive director of LSE listed Adriatic Metals Plc, a non-executive director of LSE listed Pensana Rare Earths Plc and a member of Women in Mining UK.

Steven Poulton, Chief Executive of Altus, commented: "We are delighted to welcome Sandra to the team at Altus as our General Counsel. Sandra has an impeccable track record as a natural resources lawyer and joins us at an exciting stage in the company's evolution. Following the transformative strategic investment by La Mancha in Altus earlier this year, the number of potential project and royalty opportunities under review has increased substantially. We look forward to working with Sandra on these and other such opportunities as we continue to grow the value of our diversified portfolio of precious and base metal assets."

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