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MAGNUSSON PARTNER VILLE SALONEN NAMED BOARD MEMBER OF MAGNUS MINERALS LTD.

2018-08-28

A private Finnish prospect generator company focused on mineral exploration, Magnus Minerals Ltd. has appointed Attorney-at-law, Partner Ville Salonen as a new member to its Board.

Ville Salonen has a wide experience in advising corporate clients on environmental law matters, especially in mining industry. Ville’s deep knowledge of contract law, financing, and corporate law is highly valued when working with major domestic and international projects.

Magnusson’s Energy & Natural Resources practice team in Finland is advising companies in Finland and other countries especially in environmental and mining law matters, corporate law, contract law, and dispute resolution matters.

The clients are, amongst others, power producers, oil companies, engineering firms, and mining companies. In addition to Ville, the Magnusson team consists of renowned Energy & Natural Resources practice partners Heikki Wide and Jukka Blomberg.

 

Contact information

Ville Salonen

Attorney-at-law / Partner

ville.salonen@magnussonlaw.com

M: +358 46 814 1441

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