PowerBand Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce that Ms. Andrea Parliament has been appointed to its board of directors.
PowerBand Solutions Inc. (TSXV:PBX, OTCQB:PWWBF, Frankfurt:1ZVA) (“PowerBand”, “PBX” or the “Company”), a leading online automotive leasing, auction remarketing, and vehicle acquisition and sales platform in North America, is pleased to announce that Ms. Andrea Parliament has been appointed to its board of directors (the “Board”).
Ms. Parliament has been a practicing lawyer in Ontario, Canada since 2001 and has over 29 years of business management experience. In addition to owning and running her own businesses, she obtained an MBA and a Juris Doctorate from Dalhousie University in 1999. She has served as a Director on various for-profit and non-profit organizations. Ms. Parliament worked on Bay Street in Toronto from 2001 until 2009, working at a large national firm and at Scotiabank in risk management before setting up her own practice in 2010.
Kelly Jennings, President and CEO of PowerBand, stated: “I am very pleased that Andrea will be joining the Board of PowerBand. She has proven legal, business, and corporate governance experience that will greatly benefit PowerBand. I am looking forward to her contribution to the Board and to the Company.”
About PowerBand Solutions Inc.
PowerBand Solutions Inc. is a technology provider listed on the TSX Venture Exchange. The Company has commercialized its leading-edge cloud-based platform to buy, sell, lease, and auction vehicles. With the recent receipt of its exporter license and its acquisition of MUSA Auto Finance, the Company is now well positioned to become a leader in the USD$10 billion cross-border used vehicle export market, the USD$100 billion used vehicle auction market, and the USD$120 billion vehicle leasing market in the U.S. and Canada.
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