Central Asia Metals appoints Roger Davey to the Board as Independent Non-Executive Director

– UK, London – Central Asia Metals PLC (AIM: CAML), a copper producing company, is pleased to announce that Roger Davey has been appointed as an independent non-executive Director of the Company and Chairman of its Corporate Social Responsibility Committee with immediate effect.  

Mr Davey, a Chartered Mining Engineer, has over thirty five years’ experience in the international mining industry. He is also a non-executive director of a number of other companies in the mining sector quoted on AIM, namely Atalaya Mining plc, Orosur Mining Inc and Condor Gold plc. 

Until 2010, Mr Davey was Senior Mining Engineer at N M Rothschild in the Mining and Metals Project Finance Team. Previously, he held senior management and director level roles in mining companies in South America and Africa as well as the UK, covering the financing, development and operation of underground and surface mining operations.

Nigel Hurst-Brown, Chairman of CAML, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Roger Davey to the Board. He brings with him a wealth of mining sector experience which we believe will add great value to the Board.”

 About Central Asia Metals

Central Asia Metals, an AIM-listed UK company based in London, owns 100% of the Kounrad SX-EW copper facility in Kazakhstan. The Company also has a 75% equity interest in Copper Bay Ltd, which is a private company conducting a feasibility study of the Chañaral Bay Copper Project in Chile. At the 2014 UK Stock Market Awards, CAML was named Best Basic Resources Plc.

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