Mr. Chad Williams reports
BLUE THUNDER ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF JP LARIVIERE TO BOARD
Blue Thunder Mining Inc. has appointed Jean-Patrick (JP) Lariviere to the company's board of directors effective immediately.
"We are very happy to welcome Jean-Patrick Lariviere to Blue Thunder's board of directors," commented Chad Williams, executive chairman and director. "JP's extensive knowledge of global capital markets -- with a focus on Quebec -- provides a most valuable addition to our board. He is strongly connected and is a dynamic entrepreneur that is well respected, particularly in the financial community. His banking and strategic finance experience is an ideal complement to our team as we focus on building value and momentum with our strategic gold assets."
Mr. Lariviere brings more than 20 years in banking, investment banking and corporate finance experience. He has led a successful career as an investment banker and was managing partner of the Canadian operations of Oaklins Investment Bank, a global firm focused on mid-market corporate finance mergers and acquisitions. Prior to his work with Oaklins, he was a banker with UBS and Landsbankinn where he oversaw the Canadian operations for various structured products. He is currently president of Sekurcorp, a North American private equity fund focused on acquiring and managing defensive security services and equipment companies.
The company also announces that Elaine Ellingham has resigned from the board.
"Elaine was involved in Blue Thunder from the very beginning. She has been an extremely valuable board member especially regarding capital markets, corporate governance and geology. We were extremely lucky to benefit from her expertise especially through our go-public process. She will continue to assist Blue as an adviser," said Mr. Williams.
About Blue Thunder Mining Inc.
Blue Thunder is a gold exploration company that controls 100 per cent of a large land position near Chibougamau, Que. The Muus project covers approximately 52,000 hectares in five non-contiguous claim blocks in the eastern part of the Abitibi greenstone belt, referred to as the Muus, Muus East, Fancamp, Nisk and Embry properties. The project is considered particularly prospective for gold and base metal mineralization, as a series of prominent ductile and brittle fault-sets transect the property, including the Guercheville and Fancamp deformation zones, both of which are associated with numerous past and currently producing precious- and base-metal mines in the district.
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