December 20, 2019

Investor News: Board Change

Investor News

20th December 2019

Social video company Brave Bison (AIM: BBSN) announces that Paul Marshall has informed the Company that he intends to step down as non-executive director of the Company, with effect from 20 January 2020, due to increasing work commitments in his full-time role with Vesuvius Ventures Limited.

Sir Robin Miller, Chairman of Brave Bison, commented: “We are very grateful for Paul’s contribution and hard work for the Company over the years and wish him well for the future.”

As announced previously, the Company intends to appoint new Non-Executive Directors as soon as possible and is aiming to complete one such appointment very shortly. Further announcements on this will be made in due course.

Paul Marshall is the nominee director on the board of Brave Bison for Vesuvius Limited, a shareholder in the Company. So long as Vesuvius Limited and its connected parties hold, in aggregate, over 10 per cent. of the Company’s issued share capital (as they currently do), they have the right to appoint a nominee director to the board of Brave Bison, pursuant to the terms of a Relationship Agreement in place with the Company.  No such appointment is proposed by Vesuvius Limited and its connected parties at this time.

Further info

Rebecca Abigail ltd

Sebastian Aristizabal-Oviedo, Director
Telephone: +44 207 849 4513

Allenby Capital Limited – AIM Nominated Adviser and Broker

Jeremy Porter / Asha Chota
Telephone: +44 203 328 565

About Brave Bison

Brave Bison is a social video company, specialising in cross-platform video content, connecting global audiences through social media. Its online communities reach over 135 million followers.

Brave Bison is one of the largest YouTube channel partners, with more than 700 channels offering targeted inventory opportunities, alongside in-house specialists that deliver audience development and optimisation. Brave Bison provides expertise across strategy, research, data driven insights, creative and production.

Brave Bison’s cultural connections and extensive networks have built long-standing client relationships with brands including P&G, Land Rover and Lego. With more than 70 members of staff across London, Singapore, Japan and Korea, the eight-year-old business continues to stay at the forefront of this fast-moving digital age.

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