February 15, 2016 – Group Ten Metals Inc. (TSXv: PGE; FSE: 5D31) (the “Company” or “Group Ten”) announces that the Company has entered debt settlement agreements with creditors to settle $888,045.52 of outstanding debt by way of a write-off and the issuance of 9,382,874 common shares. A total of $723,287.39 of debt will be settled at $0.10 per share while a further $107,500.00 will be settled at $0.05 per share, including $47,000 of debt owed to Michael Rowley and MVR Consulting, a company controlled by Michael Rowley, President and CEO of the Company. In addition Mr. Rowley is writing off $57,258.13 in debt owed to him by the Company.
The settlements are subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval, and settlement shares will be subject to a four-month hold period. The settlements will not create a new control person holding more than 20% of the issued and outstanding shares of the company.
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About Group Ten Metals Inc.
Group Ten Metals Inc. is a mineral exploration company with a particular focus on deposits of platinum group metals (PGM), nickel, copper and gold. The Company is specifically focused on the Kluane Ultramafic Belt in the southwest Yukon Territory where it controls the premier land position in this emerging world-class PGM district including properties adjoining Wellgreen Platinum Ltd’s Wellgreen deposit.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors
GROUP TEN METALS INC.
President & Director
Tel: (604) 681 1568
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