IC Potash Corp. has added additional board members and an executive professional to lead the development of IC Potash into 2017.
Sidney Himmel has been appointed Director of Intercontinental Potash Corp. USA (ICPUSA), a subsidiary of IC Potash. ICPUSA holds IC Potash’s Ochoa fertilizer asset located in New Mexico. Himmel founded IC Potash in 2007 and led the company through to the end of feasibility. Recently he has been a consultant in the fertilizer industry and has been active in financing development-stage companies.
Himmel stated: “I am honoured to be invited to become a member of the Board of Directors of ICPUSA. I am dedicated to working diligently to ensure optimal value recognition for all shareholders and stakeholders.”
Ernest Angelo Jr will step down from the board of ICPUSA and will be a lead director at the IC Potash board.
“Mr Angelo has played a significant role in the development of the Ochoa project and will continue to play a vital role,” said Mehdi Azodi, President & CEO of IC Potash.
Grant Sawiak has been added to the board of IC Potash. Sawiak has practiced securities law for the past four decades representing companies in numerous sectors around the world. He now sits on the boards of both private and public companies assisting with their growth strategies, corporate governance and financings.
IC Potash has retained the services of Grit Capital, led by Ms Genevieve Roch-Decter, who will guide IC Potash in 2017 on various corporate advisory mandates.
“The addition of Sidney, Grant and Genevieve to the leadership team is a very positive step forward. These three professionals are well-respected in their fields and the very best at what they do and their efforts will be very valuable to all IC Potash shareholders” added Mehdi Azodi, President & CEO of IC Potash.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/22122016/new-additions-to-lead-ic-potash-into-2017/
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