Rover Critical Minerals Corp. has promoted its Business Development Advisor, Paddy J. Moylan, to Director and President.
Rover Metals CEO Judson Culter said: “In 2023, we saw the expansion of Rover Metals into Australia as part of our strategic growth plans with the appointment of Mr Paddy J. Moylan as our Business Development Advisor (Australasia).
“Now in 2024, I am thrilled to announce that Mr Moylan has accepted the role as President and Director at Rover.”
Culter stated that this new appointment solidifies Rover’s intentions as a lithium and critical minerals producer.
Paddy Moylan currently holds combined Bachelor of Commerce and Law degrees and a graduate diploma in legal practice.
He has been a lawyer for over 20 years and is a significant investor in battery metals in Australia and internationally.
Moylan has developed a large network in the battery metals space as an early investor in lithium and he has successfully advised companies on project acquisition, development, divestment and corporate advisory.
“Battery Metals and Critical Minerals are the future of the mining industry.
“Whilst we are at the lower end of the cycle, it is the time to ensure Rover is set for success and I will have a laser-like focus on doing just that.
“I look forward to meeting with and talking to investors as we develop Rover as a leading critical minerals company,” said Moylan.
The appointment of Mr. Moylan as President and Director of the Company is subject to final approval by the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSXV).
Rover Metals recently announced that it would be rebranding as ‘Rover Critical Minerals Corp’.