McapMediaWire -- Thunder Energies Corp. [OTC: TNRG] is pleased to announce that it has engaged RESPEC, an international mining consulting, engineering, business, to provide Securities and Exchange Commission related compliance services.
RESPEC, a South Dakota employee owned consulting group, is to file required SEC forms that investor owned entities must prepare and complete. RESPEC has more than 500 professionals as part of its almost $100-million annual business.
Ric Haynes, thunder Energies' president, stated "RESPEC is another step toward keeping this corporation in regulatory compliance," adding "we have invested in our investor relations activities and with the hiring of a qualified firm such as RESPEC we are now further upgrading our corporate compliance activities."
The 43-101 reports that RESPEC was hired to address are valuation and public disclosure reports for mining companies to unify and report, on a comparable and accurate basis, reserve data and other relevant information impacting the business and public market valuation of investor owned mining firms. The original standards and qualification criteria were established for Canadian entities, but are now utilized internationally.
About Thunder Energies Corp.:
Thunder Energies principal business objective is to generate revenue through strategic partnerships and joint ventures that focus on income generation coupled with capital preservation to optimize returns to our shareholders. Through clear strategic direction, we provide an ambitious, progressive corporate plan for direct investment, private equity, corporate strategy, profitable insights, and global business networks. We build innovative, profitable, global investment opportunities in diverse project categories such as emerging critical materials mining, high-growth energy and technologies and family resort & hospitality real estate categories and more.
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