|By Marketwired .||
|January 8, 2014 04:47 PM EST||
HENDERSON, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 01/08/14 -- Suburban Minerals Corp. (OTC Pink: SUBB) announced today the appointment of Tim Sperling as its new President and CEO.
Mr. Tim Sperling was the president of ENC Security from 2009 to 2012 where he secured important venture capital financing for the company as well as negotiate licensing agreements with several global clients. Mr. Sperling is a seasoned businessman with strong business development and negotiating skills. Prior to becoming president of ENC, Mr. Sperling was a litigation lawyer from 1983 to 2008 when he retired from law. Mr. Sperling is a member of the State Bar of Arizona as well as a member of the Law Society of British Columbia. He holds a LLB and a BComm from the University of British Columbia.
"I am truly honored to join Suburban Minerals," said Tim Sperling, newly appointed President and CEO of Suburban Minerals Corp. "This is truly a remarkable time for our company and our shareholders as we embark on this tremendous opportunity and I am very proud to play a role in creating sustainable value for all stakeholders."
About Suburban Minerals Corp.
Suburban Minerals Corp is a publicly traded company seeking to acquire and operate producing mines in challenging world economies, to provide the highest return on investments and create long term sustainable value to its shareholders.
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