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Gregory J. Martin Is Hired by Nevada Copper As Its New CFO

Gregory J. Martin Is Hired by Nevada Copper As Its New CFO

Nevada Copper (TSX: NCU) (OTC: NEVDF) (FSE: ZYTA) (“Nevada Copper” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Greg Martin as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Company, effective November 21, 2022.   In leading the Company’s financial functions, Mr. Martin will be integral to building fiscal discipline and structures to support the restart and ramp-up of the Company’s underground mine. In addition, he will oversee concentrated marketing, and generally assist with leading the team through the restart and ramp-up process.

Randy Buffington, President & CEO of Nevada Copper, stated, “We are very pleased that Greg will be joining the Company and taking on such a critical role in leading the finance group. His experience and leadership in mining, and specifically in Nevada operations, will be crucial in reinforcing the financial rigor needed as we transition through the capital development projects phase of the operational restart at Pumpkin Hollow to mining and milling over the next year. Looking forward, we are making good progress with the open pit feasibility study and look forward to Greg’s input at this key stage of development.”

Mr. Martin has nearly 30 years of experience in various financial and business development roles, primarily in the mining sector. He has held senior finance roles in several multi-national mining and mining-related companies including SSR Mining Inc. (where he was CFO from 2012 to 2021), NovaGold Resources Inc., Finning International Inc., Zincore Metals Inc., and Placer Dome Inc. He has a proven track record of providing leadership through company transitions, growth, and development while implementing fiscal discipline and structure to support sustainable operations. Mr. Martin is a Certified Professional Accountant (C.G.A.), holds an MBA from the University of Western Ontario, and a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of British Columbia.

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