Vancouver, BC – Medallion Resources Ltd (TSX-V: MDL; OTCQX: MLLOF – “Medallion” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dr Bill Bird and President Don Lay will attend and present at two of Bally Capital Advisors’ investment conferences on Oct 1 and 2, 2013. Bally Capital Advisors SA is a Swiss based Asset-Manager founded in 2003 and is a member of the Swiss Association of Asset Managers (SAAM) and Groupement Patronal des Gérants de Patrimoines (GPGP).
The Swiss Mining Institute conferences are invitation-only events and include a select group of asset managers, fund managers and high-net-worth individuals from Geneva, Zurich, Monaco, Luxemburg, Paris and Belgium. Each conference provides top quality, independent perspectives from experts within the resources sector together with presentations from 10 mining companies.
“The timing is ideal for Medallion to be at these investment conferences in Switzerland. The Company’s fast-track strategy to rare-earth production is gaining momentum and validity in the minds of investors and others who follow the rare-earth sector,” said Don Lay, President. “With our two recently signed MOUs, for the development of a proposed rare-earth processing facility in Oman, and current progress in feedstock procurement, we have a unique story to tell. With both Dr Bird and I in attendance at these shows, we can certainly maximize our reach to an investment audience that closely tracks strategic elements.”
About Medallion Resources Ltd.
Medallion is rethinking rare earths. Led by Dr Bill Bird and supported by an experienced technical team, the Company focuses on low-cost, near-term, rare-earth production opportunities using the rare-earth mineral monazite, which is available as a by-product from existing mining and mineral-sands sources principally in the Indian Ocean basin. Medallion, partnered with Takamul Investment Company, is currently evaluating a proposal to import monazite feedstock and produce rare-earth products at a proposed processing facility in the industrial city of Duqm, Oman. Rare earths are used in critical components for virtually all computing and mobile electronic products, as well as wind turbines, electric and hybrid vehicles, and strategic defense systems. Medallion is committed to following best practices and accepted international standards in all aspects of mining, mineral processing and the safe management of waste materials. More about Medallion (TSX-V: MDL; OTCQX: MLLOF; Frankfurt: MRD) can be found at medallionresources.com.
For further information, contact:
Donald Lay, President, Medallion Resources Ltd. at +1.604.681.9558 or email@example.com
Kam Thindal, Partner, Hamza Thindal Capital Corp. at +1.888.371.9098 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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