Don Schellpfeffer Resigns as CEO of Cantor Group

CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cantor Group Inc. (OTC PINK:CATG) today announced that effective immediately, Donald Schellpfeffer, MD/PHD is resigning as CEO/President and is relinquishing all ownership in Cantor Group, Inc. as well as any and all relationships with Cantor Group. Dr. Schellpfeffer feels it would be a conflict of interest to have a relationship with Cantor Group while serving on the board of Medical Facilities Corporation.

Kathleen Roberton, who has an extensive background as an Officer and Director of public companies has agreed to step in as Chief Executive Officer, President and Director. Kathleen said "We will miss Dr. Schellpfeffer as a part of the Cantor Group but respect and understand his position. Cantor Group has a team of well-seasoned professionals that are poised and ready to move forward."

Cantor Group will continue to focus on acquiring medical product driven businesses within the Veterinary medicine filled.

Cantor Group, Inc. is a publicly trading holding company utilizing a new form of collaborative governance to create added value. Cantor targets acquisitions of undervalued, turnaround medical product businesses. The mission is to provide a new form of governance enabling medical product businesses to take advantage of the power of a public company without losing management expertise. Cantor provides a platform for undervalued medical product businesses to raise money and expand, all in a low risk environment that protects its investors.

For more information about The Cantor Group, call (877) 225-0243 or visit our web site Cantor Group is located at 1621 Central Avenue, Cheyenne, WY, USA

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