Quest Rare Minerals Appoints Anil Singh as Vice-President, Investor & Corporate Affairs
February 13, 2013 (Source: Quest Rare Minerals) Toronto ON — Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX:QRM)(NYSE MKT:QRM)(NYSE Amex:QRM) is pleased to announce that Anil Singh will join Quest’s marketing and investor affairs team as Vice-President, Investor & Corporate Affairs, effective February 18.
“We are delighted that Mr. Singh is joining the Quest Team,” said Peter Cashin, Quest’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “Anil’s academic background and his financial market experience, acquired with exposure to numerous companies in the financial and corporate development sectors, will be a significant asset to Quest. His experience will greatly supplement Quest’s strategic marketing and corporate development plans as we move our Strange Lake rare-earth project forward toward production.”
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Anil Singh has an Honours Bachelor degree in economics from the University of Toronto and an MBA degree from the University of Newcastle. Mr. Singh brings to Quest over seven years of experience in the financial services and merchant banking sectors. He was recently Vice President, Investment Banking with Foundation Markets Inc.
Mr. Singh will lead Quest’s investor affairs and marketing team and will report directly to Peter Cashin.
Quest also announces that Mehdi Azodi has left Quest. Quest thanks Mehdi for his important contribution in leading Quest’s investor relations activities as Director, Investor & Corporate Affairs over the past two years and wishes him great success in his future endeavours.
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