VANCOUVER, May 7, 2014 /CNW/ - Mirasol Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: MRZ, Frankfurt: M8R) (the "Company" or "Mirasol") announced that Mary L. Little, a director and a founder of the Company, has resigned as CEO of the Company and that Stephen Nano has been appointed as CEO, as contemplated by the transition plan that was disclosed in the news release of March 1, 2014.
Ms. Little and Mr. Nano are co-founders of the Company, and each has played significant and integral roles in the development and exploration achievements of the Company since its 2003 inception.
Ms. Little will continue to serve as director and a consultant to the Company. During Ms. Little's 10-year tenure, the management team built Mirasol into an industry-leading prospect generator with two significant precious metals discoveries.
Mirasol is a project generation company focused on exploring for, or acquisition of, precious metals and copper prospects in the Americas. Strategic joint ventures with producers have enabled Mirasol to advance its priority projects, focused in high-potential regions in Chile and Argentina. Mirasol employs an integrated generative and on ground exploration approach combining leading edge technologies and experienced exploration geoscientists to maximize the potential for discovery. Mirasol is in a strong financial position, with $30 million in cash and marketable securities, 44.2 million shares outstanding and a strong exploration portfolio in Latin America.
For further information, visit Mirasol's web page at www.mirasolresources.com.
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SOURCE: Mirasol Resources Ltd.