Effective February 14, 2017, the Company accepted the resignation of Joel Natario as the sole officer of the Company and as the sole member of the Company’s board of directors. The resignation of Mr. Natario was not due to any disagreement with the Company on any matter relating to its operations, policies or practices. Simultaneously, interim Officers and Directors were elected. Mr. Sammy Adigun, was elected as the Company’s CEO. Mr. M.Z was elected as the Company’s Investor Relations. Mr. Stanley Olatunde was elected as the Company’s CFO. In addition, all named officers were elected to the Board of Directors.
WICKENBURG, AZ--(Marketwired - Aug 17, 2015) - Mining Global, Inc. (OTC PINK: MNGG) announced today that the "chill" placed on its common stock by the DTCC (the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation) has been lifted. The DTCC has resumed accepting deposits of the Issue for depository and book-entry transfer services.
"This means our common stock can now be traded electronically, which will greatly enhance liquidity and pricing execution," said Joel J. Natario, Chief Executive Officer of Mining Global, Inc. "After this accomplishment we will now turn our focus to the SEDAR platform in Canada so we get our British Columbia stockholders freed up to trade again."
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About Mining Global Inc.
Mining Global's objective is to build and operate world-class mines and develop a robust portfolio of assets in North America with the focus on organic growth and early stage acquisitions. The exceptional experience and strength of Mining Global's management team, combined with the excellent infrastructure and robust economics of the Arizona mining industry, sets Mining Global to become a leading Gold development and mining company.
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