Prize Mining Corporation (TSX-V: PRZ) is a well capitalized exploration company based in Canada. The Company’s flagship Manto Negro Copper Project has near-term production potential, a large land position with good thicknesses giving the project potential for size; has strong grades that average 1.5% to 2% Cu with significant silver, lead and zinc credits, and gives the company a strong position in the developing electrified world. Today, electric vehicles (EV) use 4 times more copper than traditional vehicles. All indicators point to Copper being poised to track the growth of the EV market and experts predict strong demand & cost inflation to drive prices higher in the very near future. As well as being bullish on the near term prospects for copper, we are equally interested in the long term outlook for Gold. Our Kena-Daylight Gold project is located in British Columbia and for the first time is being looked at from a district wide approach. The Kena Property has a NI 43-101 resource of an indicated 481,000 ounces of gold as well as an inferred 1,318,000 ounces of gold. The Daylight claims have four historical producing mines with grades as high as 37 g/t gold. The Company’s focus on the Daylight Property is on four large gold-bearing targets. The Company remains committed to adding ounces through both drilling and acquisition and offers a managed approach with a big picture outlook.

For private placement financing inquiries
Jasmin Flores
Tel. 604.336.1327

Management Team

Gary Claytens

President & CEO, Director


José Aviña, BA


Mr.  Aviña has more than 20 years of administrative and finance experience within a range of diverse sectors.  He supervised administrative and financial processes for insurance, construction, mortgage, and mining companies.  His experience includes senior administrative roles with Rew Materials, Vistas International Mortgage Company in the United States, and Mexican Moly Mines and Scion Mines in Mexico. Mr.  Aviña held the position of Regional Administration Manager with Rew Materials and CFO for Vistas International Mortgage before going back to Mexico as the CFO for Mexican Moly Mines and then Scion Mines. Mr. Aviña holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey.

Raul Ramirez Morton


Mr. Ramirez Morton was one of two principals of Scion Mines SA de CV, which was purchased as part of the Manto Negro acquisition. He is the president and chief executive officer of Molycomex, a private Mexican corporation involved in the exploration and development of copper, molybdenum and gold deposits in Mexico. He was a founding shareholder of Mexican Silver Mines in 2006 and was a Director and VP, Operations to 2010, when it was merged with Rio Alto. Mr. Ramirez Morton is the chairman and CEO of Mexican Moly Mines SA de CV, a privately held company operating a copper-molybdenum-gold mine located in Coahuila, Mexico. Mr. Ramirez Morton is well respected within the Mexican mining industry and brings vast experience in mine management, government relations, licensing and regulatory issues. Mr. Ramirez Morton earned his BA a major in finance from the Monterrey Institute of Technology.

Yuying Liang, BA, CPA

CFO & Director

Ms. Liang has vast expertise in financial reporting services for both public and private companies. She has extensive experience in public company environments and full cycle accounting, as well as providing accounting services for business acquisitions and RTO. Ms. Liang earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Simon Fraser University, concentrating in both Accounting and Finance, and holds the professional designation of Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).

Corporate Information

Prize Mining Corporation
250 – 1199 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC
Canada, V6E 3T5

3rd Floor, 510 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC
Canada, V6C 3B9

Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
1600, 421 7th Avenue SW,
Calgary, AB
Canada, T2P 4K9

Davidson & Company LLP
1200- 777 Hornby Street
Vancouver, BC
Canada, V7Y 1G6