• Daniel Schieber has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of GoldHaven Resources (GOH), replacing outgoing CEO David Smith
  • David will remain as President of the company and as a member of the Board of Directors
  • Daniel began his career as an analyst for the Stabilitas Group of Funds in 2005 before co-founding Euroscandic International Group in 2009
  • Pursuant to the company’s 2019 Stock Option Plan, Daniel will receive 500,000 options to purchase shares at a price of C$0.42
  • GoldHaven Resources (GOH) is currently down 1.2 per cent to $0.41 per share

Daniel Schieber has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of GoldHaven Resources (GOH), replacing outgoing CEO David Smith.

Effective immediately, David will remain as President of the company and as a member of the Board of Directors.

Beginning his career and metals and mining finance as an analyst for the Stabilitas Group of Funds in 2005, Daniel went on to co-found Euroscandic International Group in 2009, where he raised more than C$350 million to fund certain development projects.

From 2011 to 2015, Daniel moved to focus on Canadian-based farmland investments as Chief Investment Officer at Dynamis Capital.

“Mr. Schieber’s appointment as CEO is an important step in the evolution of GoldHaven in its quest to discover and develop potential gold deposits,” said David.

“Capital financing is absolutely key to achieving this and we feel that Daniel brings the necessary set of skills and experience as well as an extensive capital markets network to achieve this goal,” he added.

In connection with his appointment and pursuant to GoldHaven’s 2019 Stock Option Plan, Daniel will receive 500,000 stock options in the company, which will be exercisable at a price of $0.42 per share until November 2, 2023.

Commenting on his new position, Daniel said he is both personally and professionally investing in GoldHaven in order to join Patrick Burns, the company’s current Vice-President of Exploration, and the portfolio of assets held by the Vancouver-based junior explorer.

“I’m excited to work towards developing these assets’ potential within the gold-rich porphyry systems in the Maricunga Belt of Northern Chile.

“Further, I believe that this is a phenomenal opportunity and my focus will be to efficiently provide results to our shareholders,” he concluded.

GoldHaven Resources (GOH) is currently down 1.2 per cent to $0.41 per share at 11:52am EST.

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