VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Roadman Investments Corp. (TSXV: LITT)(FWB: 1QD)(OTC: RMANF) (“Roadman Investments” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Richard Lonsdale-Hands has joined the company’s board of directors.

Mr. Lonsdale-Hands is an investor and director to many public and private companies.  Mr. Lonsdale-Hands started his career in finance in 1977 having previously been in advertising.

Some of Mr. Lonsdale-Hands past experience and board or director roles includes:

  • 2013-2016: Director of Moroccan Mining Resources SARL (MMR)
  • 2010 – 2012: Director of Orco Property Group (listed on the French Bourse)
  • 2005- 2011: Managing director Alliance Capital SIIC (Property company listed on the French Bourse)
  • 1997-2005 :  Director of Renaissance Fund Managers (Jersey) Ltd, Director of The Chambord Fund Ltd
  • 2005-2010: Founder & director of Ortac Resources PLC (Slovak mineral and gold resources company) resigned on listing on AIM (symbol OTC)
  • 1992- 2009: director of ADT SIIC  (Property company listed on the French Bourse)
  • 1992-2005:  President of ADT siic (a real estate company listed on the French Stock Exchange)
  • 1986-1992: Senior Investment Manager of The Arab Advance Science Fund Inc., a Swiss based private investment fund
  • 1977-1992: Director of International Department of Michel Nouailhetas (French Stockbroker) bought by the SBC and now part of ING
  • 1997-2002 :  Director of Scottish Life & Health (Bermuda based assurance company)
  • 1986-1989  : Director of Dumenil Asset Management (Guernsey) Ltd
  • 1989-1997  : Director of Zuzu inc. (Dallas based Mexican Fast Food Chain)
  • 1974-1976:  Masius Wynn-Williams & D’Arcy-MacManus London (Advertising Agency) DMB&B
  • Founded and created Capital Radio JobSpot which was bought by the company
  • 1973-1974:  The Ever Ready Company Ltd  London (Battery Manufacturer)
  • 1972-1973:  Halfords Pty Ltd  Melbourne Australia (Shipping Agents)

Currently, Mr. Lonsdale-Hands sits on the following board of directors:

  • Since 2014: Director of Hillgrove Ltd (UK Property company)
  • Since 2011: President and Managing Director of FIPP (Property company listed on the French Bourse)
  • Since 2012: Director of Foncière 7 Investissement (Property company listed on the French Bourse)
  • Since 2012: Director of FPN (Foncier Paris Nord, listed on the French Bourse)

Mr Lonsdale-Hands has managed funds for Robeco, ADIA, BMA, AMP, The Prudential Assurance Co PLC and many other institutional and private clients.   He has held and currently holds a number of directorships in companies related to investments made by ADT, ADC, AASF and RFMJ, and has been a guest speaker on European Business at the Dallas Ambassadors Conference 1996.  He has acted as adviser to numerous worldwide pension funds, asset managers and insurance companies.  He is fluent in English and French and spends most of his time between Luxembourg, London and the south of France.

Luke Montaine, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Roadman Investments states, “Richard’s experience speaks for itself and we are excited have him join our team.  He has a wealth of international knowledge in the world of finance industry to bring to Roadman.”

Roadman would also like to announce that Ms. Min Kuang has resigned from the board.  We would like to thank Ms. Kuang for her service and wish her the best on her future endeavours.

About Roadman Investments

Roadman Investments is a Canadian Venture Capital and Advisory Firm that strives to actively drive innovation and accelerate growth within its portfolio holdings. Roadman invests capital into companies that offer breakthrough products, devices, treatments and health supplements.

For further information please contact:

Luke Montaine CEO,
Director Roadman Investments Corp.

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