Post by RUNNINGRICH on Dec 13, 2010 8:58:04 GMT -5
Corey Klassen Director Entourage Mining Ltd Vancouver , BC Sector: BASIC MATERIALS / Industrial Metals & Minerals
38 Years Old Mr. Klassen, a Calgary resident, was an economics major at the University of Saskatchewan and predominantly focusing on Business Development Management for major Canadian Financial Institutions and Mortgage Brokering firms for the past 10 years has an extensive background in mortgage and financial lending. To add, Mr. Klassen is also an Instructor for the mandatory Mortgage Brokering Scholastic Courses and an active member in those governing bodies including the Mortgage Brokers Association of British Columbia (MBABC), The Alberta Mortgage Brokers Association (AMBA), and The Canadian Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders(CIMBL). The Company is pleased to be able to draw upon Corey's financial expertise in future financings. Mr. Klassen, did not stand for re-election at the Annual General Meeting in 2009. Compensation for 2008
Yes, it's the same guy. I worked as a mortgage broker for 18 years and used the Filogix and Basis100 systems. Corey was instrumental in the development and implementation of both. I spoke with him a long time ago, before I became a shareholder, very bright guy. His involvement with CMKX was another reason that I bought.
- One of the largest known kimberlite clusters in the world. - 130 of the 2000 kimberlite pipes known worldwide are macro-diamond bearing. 23 of these are located in the Fort a la Corne district of Saskatchewan. - 80% of Saskatchewans' kimberlite pipes are diamondiferous. - 50% contain diamonds over one millimeter in size. - A high percentage of diamonds recovered are clear, inclusion-free and exhibit good crystal form. - Pipes said to have erupted under inland sea and therefore have not been exposed to weathering or glaciation. - Pipes lie within 300 feet of surface. - Area accessible by paved all-weather road, with water and power readily available. - Studies indicate cash operating costs of $10.50 per tonne, including overburden removal. - Saskatchewan government encourages mining in the province.