Pathfinder Minerals appoints Dennis Edmonds to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– UK, London –  Pathfinder Minerals Plc (LON: PFP) today announced the appointment of Dennis Edmonds as a non-executive director of the Company with immediate effect.

Sir Henry Bellingham, non-executive chairman of Pathfinder, commented: “Dennis Edmonds has extremely relevant experience to bring to bear at Pathfinder, particularly at this crucial stage. As an attorney who qualified and practised in South Africa, before moving to the UK, he knows the region very well. He has helped many companies, both as a consultant or as a director, to structure transactions. This will be very useful to Pathfinder as we continue to pursue a transaction in respect of the mining licence and engage with prospective funders. John Taylor and I are delighted to have Dennis on board as we work towards a shared goal of getting a funded deal over the line that delivers value to all stakeholders.”

About Dennis Edmonds

Mr Edmonds has a wealth of commercial and corporate experience in southern Africa, having practised as a corporate solicitor in South Africa – and subsequently in the United Kingdom – specialising in structuring and executing corporate transactions. He has also been employed at board level in the investment banking and venture capital industries. Over the past 15 years, Mr Edmonds has been a director of public and private companies, including those operating within the mineral resources sectors in emerging markets. Most recently, Mr Edmonds was executive chairman of AIM-quoted Alien Metals Limited, a company with a portfolio of mineral assets in South America.

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