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Gensource announces new addition to board of directors

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Gensource Potash Corp. has announced that Calvin Redlick has joined the company’s board of directors.

Redlick joins the company with more than 30 years of experience as a global investment banker. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan and completed his formal education at the University of Wales, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours). Redlick was admitted to the bar whilst working at Parlee McLaws LLP, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, before moving to London, UK, in 1987 to pursue a career in investment banking.

Before establishing his own company in 2013, Redlick served in a number of roles at Wyvern Partners (Patner, Corporate Finance – London), Mitsubishi UFJ Securities PLC (Senior Advisor, Corporate Finance – London), DTZ Corporate Finance (Senior Advisor, Corporate Finance – London), BNP Paribas (Managing Director, Head of Corporate Finance – Northern Europe), CIBC Wood Gundy Inc. (VP – Head of Structured Finance – London) and Sumitomo-Mitsui Bank (Manager, Debt Capital Markets, London).

The Chairman of the Board and President and CEO of Gensource, Mike Ferguson, said: “We are extremely pleased to have an individual of Mr. Redlick’s qualifications, experience, integrity and character join Gensource to support us in achieving our goals. With his expertise and direct experience in corporate finance, we are confident that Calvin will add a new dimension, a new skill set, to our Board of Directors and help advance our global presence. We see this as another milestone step in the development of our novel business model and project and production plans. Further, given that Gensource is a uniquely Saskatchewan story, headquartered in Saskatoon and driven by Saskatchewan management, directors and investors, we celebrate the fact that Cal is, in fact, a Saskatoon native. He grew up here, completed his first degree here and, to this day, carries Saskatoon and Saskatchewan with him in all his business dealings. So many strong, innovative and persistent folks from Saskatchewan go on to achieve impressive, high profile and world-class accomplishments around the world, in all industries, but they all have a direct and lasting connection to their home in Saskatchewan, as does Cal. Much of Cal’s family still resides in and around Saskatoon and Cal is here often. We welcome Calvin to the company.”

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