Vancouver, British Columbia – Friday, February 26, 2021 – Northern Vertex Mining Corp. (the “Company” or “Northern Vertex”) (TSX.V: NEE; OTC - NASDAQ Intl: NHVCF), announces that Kenneth Berry will step down as President and Chief Executive Officer of Northern Vertex Mining Corp., effective February 25, 2021. Mr. Berry will remain a director of the Company.
Mr. Berry’s duties will be assumed by the Chairman and Director, Douglas J. Hurst along with Michael G. Allen who will be appointed President of Northern Vertex.
Douglas J. Hurst, Northern Vertex Chairman, stated: “Ken was a founding member of Northern Vertex and responsible for the acquisition, financing, and leadership of the Moss project from resource estimate to construction and on to profitable operation. The Board of Directors appreciates everything he has done and will continue to benefit from his counsel. We wish him every success in his other current and future endeavours.”
Fiscal Year-end Change
The Company also announces a change in its fiscal year-end from June 30 to December 31. For details regarding the impact to Northern Vertex’s financial statements, reference is made to the Notice of Change in Year-End pursuant to National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations, filed under the Company’s SEDAR profile.
Option Agreement Payment
The Company has issued 1,090,000 shares to Iconic Minerals Ltd. under the terms of the Option Agreement dated August 9, 2019 between Eclipse Gold Mining Corporation and Iconic Minerals Ltd., and the Amending Agreement dated February 12, 2021 between Northern Vertex and Iconic Minerals Ltd.
About Northern Vertex
Northern Vertex Mining Corp. owns and operates the Moss Mine, currently the largest pure gold and silver mine in Arizona and is exploring the district-scale Hercules gold property within Nevada’s Walker Lane trend.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF NORTHERN VERTEX MINING
Douglas J. Hurst
Chairman and Director
TSXV: NEE | OTC: Nasdaq Intl: NHVCF | Frankfurt: 54N | ISIN: CA6660061012 | WKN: A1JUA0
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