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Toronto, Ontario, February 14, 2018 – GreenBank Capital Inc (CSE: GBC and OTCMKTS: GRNBF and FRA; 2TL) (“GreenBank or the Company”) announces that its affiliate portfolio company Buchans Wileys Exploration Inc (“Buchans Wileys”) has appointed Christos Doulis as CEO.

Christos Doulis has over 20 years of experience in the mining and metals sector as both a research analyst and an investment banker. He has been a mining analyst at PI Financial and at Stonecap Securities, where he focused on emerging producers and advanced development projects. Previously he was a partner at Gryphon Partners, a private boutique firm that specialized in mining mergers and acquisitions transactions. Earlier in his career, he was an associate at National Bank Financial in both the research and investment banking departments. He holds a BA in Economics from Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario and is a CFA charter holder.

“I am pleased to join the management team at Buchans Wileys, and look forward to identifying other mining properties and  mining companies that can be acquired to add to our existing projects.” said Christos Doulis.

“Chris Doulis is widely respected in both the mining space and on Bay Street, and his appointment as CEO of Buchans Wileys will accelerate our plans to achieve a CSE public listing for Buchans Wileys during 2018.” said Danny Wettreich, Chairman of Buchans Wileys and of GreenBank.

Buchans Wileys is a private exploration company with mineral properties in Newfoundland, of which GreenBank owns 27%. Buchans Wileys flagship property consists of 48 claims located approximately 4 km southwest of the past producing Buchan’s Mine that produced 16,196,876 tonnes of ore at an average mill head grade of 14.51% zinc, 7.65% lead, 1.33% copper, 126 grams/tonne silver and 1.37 grams per tonne gold. (Wardle,R.J  (2000) Mineral Commodities of Newfoundland and Labrador- Zinc and Lead; Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Geological Survey, Mineral Commodities Series Number 1, 12 pages). Buchans Wileys recently completed a NI43-101Report which recommends an ongoing exploration program of a two phase 2,000m drilling program in the total amount of $330,000. Phase 1 in the amount of $40,000 would comprise a detailed data review and compilation, re-logging and re-sampling of historic core, further review of the recent airborne survey, establishment of exploration grids, mapping, and geochemical assays. Phase 2 in the amount of $290,000 would comprise of a 2,000m diamond drill program targeting existing targets and any new targets identified in Phase 1. The Report was prepared by Elliott M. Stuckless, P.Geo for Buchans Wileys.  A copy of the Report titled “Technical Report on the Buchans Wileys Property” has been filed on SEDAR under GreenBank’s profile, and on Buchans Wileys website at . A further 30 claims, known as Buchans Wileys South, (“BW South”) are located 15 km southeast of the Buchans Wileys flagship property. BW South is located approximately 18 km southeast of the past producing Buchan’s Mine.

Roland Crossley P.Geo., is the qualified person as defined by NI 43-101 responsible for the technical data presented herein and has reviewed and approved this release.

About GreenBank

GreenBank is a merchant banking business listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange (trading symbols CSE: GBC and OTCMKTS: GRNBF and FRA: 2TL), and is included in the CSE Composite Index. GreenBank’s 100% subsidiary GreenBank Financial Inc. is a merchant bank. GreenBank’s portfolio companies comprise equity investments in 11 small cap businesses, namely; 10% of The Lonsdale Group LLC, a USA based private equity company focused on small cap investments;  27% of Ubique Minerals Limited, a zinc exploration company in Newfoundland, Canada;  10% of  Reliable Stock Transfer Inc, a Canadian small cap transfer agency; 14% of Slabdeck Technology Inc, developers of a unique comprehensive all-in-one search mobile application that integrates social search, discovery and communication; 15% of Blockchain Evolution Inc, owners of the world’s first identification based blockchain; 15% of KYC Technology Inc, owners of a worldwide online 24-hour “Know Your Customer” identification verification process; 19% of Inside Bay Street Corporation, a financial news communications company; 27% of Buchans Wileys Exploration Inc, a minerals exploration company with interests in Newfoundland, Canada; 100% of Medik Blockchain Inc, providing blockchain based medical confidentiality systems to the healthcare community; 100% of North America Veterans Insurance Services Inc, an insurance agency holding company; and 19% of Kabaddi Games Inc, developers of a mobile application game based on the sport of Kabaddi. GreenBank has agreed to acquire 19.62% of Minfocus Exploration Corp (TSXV:MFX), a mineral exploration company.

For more information please see or contact Daniel Wettreich at (647) 931 9768 or by email

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