Franklin Mining Restructures Management Hires Financial Advisor

LAS VEGAS, NV, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 11/14/2014 – – Franklin Mining, Inc. (OTC Pink: FMNJ) (PINKSHEETS: FMNJ) President & CEO, Mr. William A. Petty is currently reorganizing its management team, by creating an executive committee that will oversee the day-to-day operation of its mine sites under joint venture arrangements with companies in Bolivia, Peru and Mexico.

The members of the executive committee will be composed of seasoned mining engineers, planners, legal consultant and a financial advisor which will among others: a) provide leadership on its on-going mining operations; b) organizes the day-to-day affairs of the company; ability to appoint core group or operators, sub-contractors, individuals to perform specific work or an on-going function for the company; c) administers the assets of the company; d) fund raising activities to efficiently undertake works in various mine sites; e) compliance with legal requirements in each site of operation; f) periodical update to shareholders of the on-going operations in the mines; g) responsible for setting annual goals and priorities; h) analyze and evaluate challenges and opportunities in each mining activities; and i) other roles and responsibilities that the committee may take for the success of the company.

Moreover, Mr. William A. Petty has appointed Mr. Fernando M. Sopot, President & CEO of Global First Financial Partners, Inc. (GFFP) as its Financial Advisor focused more on the possibility of providing equipment financing for many mining and construction equipments needed in various mining sites. Mr. Sopot, an engineer, with an MBA major in Management and Law degree is an experienced financial engineer and a resource speaker in various forums related to export-import credit and/or trade finance. He has undergone training at the US EXIM Bank, and lecturer on export credit hosted by major event organizers here and abroad.

About Franklin Mining, Inc. (OTC Pink: FMNJ). The company operates various mine sites under joint venture arrangements with companies in Bolivia, Peru and Mexico exercising highest standards of quality and efficiency by optimizing its resources and the preservation of the environment. In this way Franklin Mining generates value in the fields in which it operates and the projects it explores and exploits, besides contributing to the socio-economic and cultural development in the community and country it operates. Moreover, it develops mining operations through safe, low cost, innovative technology, social commitment and respect for the environment, creating value for the shareholders, employees, and the region in which it operates.

About Global First Financial Partners, Inc. (GFFP). A Delaware company that uses financial and business creativity, in providing services in the areas of project development, financial engineering, project and equipment finance. On a case to case basis it has the ability to make direct investments using its network of strategic partners and extensive affiliates. GFFP assists clients in the preparation of Business Plans or project feasibility studies and other related documents. It also helps clients in creating a strategy to develop relationship with potential investors, strategic partners and suppliers, including potential stakeholders in meeting the requirements of a client’s company. It also uses its global business relationships to put together investors, financiers, project Proponents, suppliers, service providers and end-users to bring projects and business concepts and principles to their successful conclusion.

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