On Friday the 13th of July Thor Mining Plc released an RNS to state that Paul Johnson was stepping down from a Non-executive Director role.
We took the time to speak to Paul and understand his rationale behind stepping down, ask if he remains a large shareholder and what the future holds.
Mick Billing, Executive Chairman, commented: “I would like to thank Paul for his service to the Company from his appointment in September 2016, a near two year period that has seen considerable advancement of the Company.”
“Thor is financially robust and has seen considerable advancement of its key projects over this period. Paul has contributed materially to the Company’s progress over this time and his help and support have been greatly appreciated.”
“Thor is moving into a particularly exciting phase in the Company’s growth and I look forward to reporting further on important progress across our key business interests.”
Paul Johnson, the outgoing Non-executive director commented: “It has been an absolute pleasure to work with the Thor team who have demonstrated an absolute dedication to shareholders and a commitment to progressing the Company”
“Thor is now financially secure, with a clear business vision and a determined focus on its three impressive key projects. Thor has now moved into the delivery of key project technical studies and project commercialisation and matters are in my view well in hand. This enables me to step down from the board and support the Company as a significant shareholder.
I look forward enthusiastically to the delivery of outcomes from Thor’s recent work activities to the market.”
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