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Nickel Institute Announces New President Effective January 1, 2011

Date

08 Dec 2010

Sections

Sustainable Dev.

Toronto, December 7, 2010

The Nickel Institute announces the appointment of Dr. Kevin Bradley as its new President effective January 1, 2011, to succeed Stephen Barnett whose term comes to a close on December 31, 2010.

Thanking Steve for his service and commitment to the Nickel Institute and its membership over the past five years, Tim Aiken of Anglo American and current Chair of the Board of Directors of the Institute said: “Steve will be identified with many of our efforts to defend and promote nickel uses for the benefit of society”.

Dr. Bradley is currently Director, Regulatory Policy & Public Affairs and Head of Office-Brussels for the Nickel Institute. “Kevin brings to this position a deep understanding of the functioning of European Institutions and the regulatory issues affecting the use of nickel and nickel compounds globally”, said the Chairman. “With his science background and experience in Government, Kevin knows the key role science plays in the development of public policy and the role of risk management in the use of nickel and nickel compounds”, the Chairman also noted. Under Kevin’s leadership the Nickel Institute will continue to promote nickel uses for the benefit of society. The Nickel Institute will continue to advocate globally for sound science as the basis for regulation and provide leadership on programs such as REACH in the European Union.

ENDS

Further information can be obtained from:

T. E. Aiken, Chairman, Nickel Institute +27 11 373 6318

Or,

D. G. Butler, Corporate Secretary, Nickel Institute +1 416 860 6449

The Nickel Institute is the organization representing the world‘s leading and emerging producers of nickel. For more information go to: Toronto, December 7, 2010

The Nickel Institute announces the appointment of Dr. Kevin Bradley as its new President effective January 1, 2011, to succeed Stephen Barnett whose term comes to a close on December 31, 2010.

Thanking Steve for his service and commitment to the Nickel Institute and its membership over the past five years, Tim Aiken of Anglo American and current Chair of the Board of Directors of the Institute said: “Steve will be identified with many of our efforts to defend and promote nickel uses for the benefit of society”.

Dr. Bradley is currently Director, Regulatory Policy & Public Affairs and Head of Office-Brussels for the Nickel Institute. “Kevin brings to this position a deep understanding of the functioning of European Institutions and the regulatory issues affecting the use of nickel and nickel compounds globally”, said the Chairman. “With his science background and experience in Government, Kevin knows the key role science plays in the development of public policy and the role of risk management in the use of nickel and nickel compounds”, the Chairman also noted. Under Kevin’s leadership the Nickel Institute will continue to promote nickel uses for the benefit of society. The Nickel Institute will continue to advocate globally for sound science as the basis for regulation and provide leadership on programs such as REACH in the European Union.

ENDS

Further information can be obtained from:

T. E. Aiken, Chairman, Nickel Institute +27 11 373 6318

Or,

D. G. Butler, Corporate Secretary, Nickel Institute +1 416 860 6449

The Nickel Institute is the organization representing the world‘s leading and emerging producers of nickel. For more information go to: www.nickelinstitute.org

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