Corsa Announces Addition to Board of Directors, Appointment of Michael J. Harrison
March 8, 2011
March 8, 2011 Toronto, Ontario – Corsa Capital Ltd. (TSXV: CSO) (“Corsa”) is pleased to announce that Mr. Michael J. Harrison has agreed to join the Company’s Board of Directors, expanding Corsa’s Board to a total of nine members.
Mr. Harrison is the Vice President, Corporate Development for Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation. Prior to joining Coeur d’Alene, he served as Director in the Investment Banking Mining Group of Cormark Securities, Inc. Mr. Harrison has spent many years working in the mining sector both with mining companies and in the mining group of large financial companies.
Mr. Colin K. Benner, Chairman of Corsa Capital Ltd. said, “We are very pleased to welcome Mike to the Board of Directors. With his extensive experience in the mining industry and knowledge of the coal sector he will bring a broad knowledge base and unique perspective to the Board.”
For further information please contact:
Corsa Capital Ltd.:
Don Charter, President and Chief Executive Officer
Corsa Capital Ltd.
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