BTL GROUP LTD. (TSX-V:BTL) (“BTL” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Susan Milton has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the Company.
Susan has two decades of experience as an investor and investment advisor. Ms. Milton began her career at Moss Lawson & Co before continuing at Richardson Greenshields & Sons, RBC Dominion Securities, Ocean Equities and Macquarie Private Wealth. Ms. Milton holds an MBA with a specialization in Financial Management & Markets from Arizona State University.
Brian Hinchcliffe, Executive Chairman of the Company commented, “We are fortunate to have Susan join the BTL Board as an independent director. Susan brings a wealth of experience in the capital markets and with Interbit having been launched, will anchor marketing and communication to the financial community.”
ABOUT BTL™ AND INTERBIT™
Listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V:BTL) and operating from both Canada and the UK with offices in Vancouver, Calgary and London, BTL is a technology platform provider that owns Interbit, a next generation blockchain platform which enables business applications to be built quickly, easily and securely.
Interbit can be licensed by developers and businesses who can build and share their own applications in a trusted ecosystem, allowing them to embrace new revenue generating opportunities. Interbit meets the speed, scale and privacy that older generations of blockchain technology cannot achieve by using chain joining technology to connect multiple blockchains. It offers a simpler, more secure, new way of computing.
For further information please contact:
Dominic McCann, CEO
Phone: +1 855 256 5246
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