Vancouver, BC – 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc. (“360 Capital” or the “Company”) (CSE:TSZ, www.360capital.ca) announced today that the company has appointed Tatiana Kovaleva of Vancouver, British Columbia, as its Chief Financial Officer.

Ms. Kovaleva has extensive experience working in the Capital Markets. Over the last twenty years she has served in the Capacity of Chief Financial Officer for multiple publicly traded companies..

About 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc.
360 Capital Financial Services Group (CSE:TSZ, www.360capital.ca), through our subsidiaries and affiliated companies, provides a broad range of financial services to emerging private and public companies. We providie corporate finance advisory, merchant banking, IPO consulting and market support services for our clients. To assist in fulfilling these services, 360 Capital has created our 360 Funding Escalator™ model which bridges the capital raising gap from early stage development to exit and liquidity for emerging companies. This enables us to help develop, grow, and invest in venture business opportunities through equity investments, acquisitions, partnerships, JVs, and strategic alliances in Canada and Asia.

The CSE has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information, please contact:
Ullrich Schade, Corporate Communications
Telephone: 778-379-6346
E-mail: ir@360capital.ca

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