CanAlaska Chooses New CFO and Advisory Board Member

CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSX:CVV) has announced the appointment of Mr. Harry Chan as the new Chief Financial Officer, and Mr. Simon Szeto, as Advisory Board Member.

As quoted in the press release:

Harry Chan has been with the Company since 2009, as Corporate Controller, and has worked very closely with Ram for the past two years.  He has over 20 years of experience working in several different industries ranging from public practice, sports entertainment, wholesale distribution and telecommunications. He is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and received his Certified General Accountant designation in BC in 1996.

Simon Szeto is Vice President of Hong Kong based SBI E-2 Capital Securities Ltd & SBI E-2 Capital Financial Services Ltd. which provides financial services to individuals, and private and public corporations.  Mr. Szeto was instrumental in CanAlaska’s 2010 financing which involved a number of Hong Kong individuals and institutions.  President and CEO Peter Dasler and Simon Szeto have a strong commitment to the growth of CanAlaska, and see the continued changes in sentiment towards nuclear energy as a major source of future world power supply.  Mr. Szeto will work closely with the board of directors to advise on financing and strategies related to Asian interests in uranium.

Click here to read the complete CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSX:CVV) press release.

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