Leading Edge Materials Corp. (TSXV:LEM) announces the appointment of Mr. Filip Kozlowski to the Leading Edge Materials Board of Directors. Mr. Kozlowski is based in Stockholm and brings to Leading Edge Materials 15 years of experience in various capital market roles, including as an investment manager for private funds, a market trader with a global tier one investment bank, and as an advisor to smaller boutique investment firms. Mr. Kozlowski has initiated investments across numerous business sectors, with an emphasis on the resources and specialty industrial segments. He holds a M.Sc. Business Administration with a major in Finance from the Stockholm School of Economics.
Mr Way, President and CEO, states: “Having worked with Filip for over a year now on Swedish specific endeavors, I am pleased to welcome him to our Board. I am confident the Company will benefit from Filip’s solid finance experience in European markets and specifically the Swedish capital markets.”
On behalf of the Board,
Blair Way, President & CEO
About Leading Edge Materials
Leading Edge Materials was formed with our sights firmly focused on the material demands of a once-in-a-generation revolution, as the world shifts to the efficient production, storage and preservation of low carbon energy. From the lithium batteries in our electric vehicles to our ability to generate energy from the sun, wind and waves LEM is focused on the green energy markets. With a focus on Europe and assets in innovation-rich Scandinavia, Leading Edge Materials is ideally placed to play a pivotal role in the sustainable supply of critical technology materials.
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