Nautilus Board Member Steps Down

Toronto-based underwater mineral exploration company Nautilus informed that it has accepted the resignation of Cynthia Thomas from its board, effective Wednesday, December 7, 2016.

Thomas joined the board of Nautilus in June 2010.

Following the resignation of Thomas the members of the company’s board of directors are as follows: Russell Debney (Chairman and Non-Executive Director); Dr. Mohammed Al Barwani (Non-Executive Director); Mark Horn (Non-Executive Director); Tariq Al Barwani (Non-Executive Director).

Russell Debney, Nautilus’ chairman, said: “Cynthia has made a valuable contribution during her six and a half years on the Nautilus Board of Directors. The Board has benefited from Cynthia’s significant banking and mine finance experience and leadership. We would like to thank her for the contribution she has made to Nautilus’ progress to date and wish her well for the future.”

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