TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Jan. 11, 2016) – Castle Resources Inc. (CSE:CRI) (“Castle” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Jennifer Ta, CA, CPA as Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) effective January 8, 2016. Ms. Ta replaces Mr. Eric Szustak, who resigned. The Company would like to thank Mr. Szustak for his contributions as CFO of Castle.
Ms. Ta is a financial executive with more than 17 years of comprehensive financial management and operations experience with public and private companies. As a Chartered Accountant Ms. Ta has a wide range of corporate experience in senior financial roles in the resource sector and with national accounting firms. Ms. Ta has worked closely with Castle for the past 8 years.
Tim Mann, President and Chief Executive Officer of Castle said, “We are pleased that Jennifer has accepted Castle’s CFO role, one in which we are confident she will perform exceptionally well. Jennifer’s in-depth understanding of the mineral exploration and development industry and financial reporting through her experience with numerous complex transactions, uniquely qualifies her to lead the financial functions of our Company. We expect that Jennifer will be a valuable addition to our executive management team.
About Castle Resources
Castle is a Toronto-based junior mineral development company focusing on high-quality, advanced projects. The Company is the 100% owner of the past producing Granduc Copper Mine in Stewart B.C. For more information please visit the Castle Resources’ website at www.castleresources.com
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