Regency Mines Plc (LON: RGM) the natural resource exploration and development company with interests in energy storage, battery metals and natural gas announces the resignation of Andrew Bell as a Director of the Company.
Nigel Burton, the Chairman, said: “The Directors would like to thank Andrew for his 15 years of service to Regency.
As announced on 24 July, the Company has refocused around its mineral interests in nickel and vanadium alongside its existing business in UK energy storage development. We look forward to further announcements on these developments in due course.”
Andrew Bell, the outgoing director, said: “As the new directors have now become familiar with the business, the transition is complete, and this is the right time for me to leave the board and take on other responsibilities. I shall of course be available to assist whenever this may be required, but under the leadership of Scott Kaintz and the new Chairman the Company is in good hands and with the Nickel price finally beginning to improve, it has better prospects now than it has had for years.”
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