Vancouver, British Columbia – May 29, 2014 – A.I.S. Resources Limited (TSX – NEX: AIS.H) (the “Company” or “AIS”) is pleased to announce that it has added Campbell Smyth to the advisory board. Mr. Smyth is an investment manager with over twenty years’ experience in financial markets, specializing in venture capital and commodities. He graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance from the University of Western Australia in 1990 and his career has included co-managing several resource focused specialty funds with Lion Resource Management in London.
Currently Mr. Smyth advises the Malaysian domiciled Phoenix Gold Fund. He is also the Investment Manager of Clariden Capital, his venture capital fund based in Perth, Australia which has a focus on natural resources and technology. Mr. Smyth has assisted in extensive capital raisings and has advised on numerous global M&A transactions. Over the years, Mr. Smyth has built an extensive investor network in Australia, Europe, North America and Asia.
“Having Campbell on our Advisory Board presents the company with a strong depth of experience and wisdom in the junior natural resources and technology sectors,” states Martyn Element, president and CEO of A.I.S. Resources. “This is an exciting time for A.I.S. Resources, we have excellent shareholder support and look forward to the coming year.”
About A.I.S. Resources
A.I.S Resources Limited a TSX-V listed investment issuer, was established in 1967 and is managed by seasoned professionals who have a long track record of success in the capital markets. Through their extensive business network, they identify and develop early stage projects worldwide that have strong potential for growth with the objective of providing returns for shareholders.
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