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Enterprise Metals Chairman Wang resigns to take up same role at Alto Metals

Enterprise Metals Ltd. on Oct. 12 announced the resignation of Jingbin Wang from his nonexecutive director and chairman role. He has held the chairman role since 2011 when SinoTech became Enterprise's major shareholder.

The company appointed nonexecutive director Allan Trench as its new chairman. Wang's role as representative of SinoTech on Enterprise's board will be filled by Zhijun He, who currently serves as deputy general manager of Sinotech Minerals Exploration and is a director of East Africa Metals Inc.

In a separate Oct. 12 statement, Alto Metals Ltd. said Wang joined the company as nonexecutive chairman to replace Anna Mao, who resigned from the role to focus on other business interests. Mao was a founding director of Alto's previous incarnation as Enterprise Uranium Ltd. at its 2012 IPO.