First Tin welcomes Ross Ainger to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– GERMANY, Freiberg –   Tin PLC (LON:1SN), a tin development company with advanced, low capex projects in Germany and Australia, today announced the appointment of Ross Ainger to its Board as a Non-Executive Director with immediate effect, replacing Seamus Cornelius who is stepping down from the Board.

Ross Ainger will join the ESG Committee as its Chairman and the Audit &  Risk Committee and Remuneration/Nominations Committee as a member.

About Ross Ainger

as a member of, who has been Company Secretary since March 2022, has worked as an independent corporate consultant since January 2020, advising public, private, and FCA Authorised and Regulated firms on a variety of different mandates. He previously worked at Arlington Group Asset Management Limited, a commodities-focused investment management, corporate finance, and advisory business; Merrill Lynch Investment Managers; Deutsche Bank and Reuters. In addition, he has been a non-executive director of a London Stock Exchange-listed acquisition company, an FCA-regulated corporate finance firm, a Guernsey-domiciled commodities fund, and a commercial property investment vehicle. Ross will continue as Company Secretary in addition to his new role as Non-Executive Director.

About First Tin

First Tin is an ethical, reliable, and sustainable tin production company led by a team of renowned tin specialists. The Company is focused on becoming a tin supplier in conflict-free, low-political-risk jurisdictions through the rapid development of high-value, low-capex tin assets in Germany and Australia.

Tin is a critical metal, vital in any plan to decarbonize and electrify the world, yet Europe has very little supply. Rising demand, together with shortages, is expected to lead tin to experience sustained deficit markets for the foreseeable future. Its assets have been de-risked significantly, with extensive work undertaken to date.

First Tin’s goal is to use best-in-class environmental standards to bring two tin mines into production in three years, providing provenance of supply to support the current global clean energy and technological revolutions.


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