GoviEx Closes C$6 million Private Placement

- June 5th, 2018

GoviEx is a mineral resource company focused on the exploration and development of uranium properties in Africa.

GoviEx Uranium Inc. (TSXV:GXU,OTCQB:GVXXF) reports that it has closed a private placement financing of 35,674,911 units at a price of C$0.17 per unit, with each unit consisting of one class A common share and one class A common share purchase warrant  for gross proceeds of C$6,064,734.87.

Each warrant entitles the holder to purchase one class A common share of the company over a 36-month period at a price of US$0.21 until June 5, 2019, US$0.24 until June 5, 2020, and US$0.28 until June 5, 2021.

As quoted from the press release

The net proceeds from the private placement will be used to fund continued exploration and development activities on the company’s projects, for working capital, and for general corporate purposes. A portion of the net proceeds from the private placement also may be used by the company to provide a short-term loan in order to facilitate the completion of the share purchase agreement between Toshiba Corporation (TSE:6502) and a third party investor, which is a subject to the previously announced termination agreement and mutual release between Toshiba and GoviEx. As previously announced on May 1, 2018, GoviEx has completed its payment obligations to Toshiba under the agreement.

All securities issued under this private placement will be subject to the customary four-month hold period and may not be traded before October 6, 2018. In addition, securities issued to subscribers in the United States will be subject to a hold period under the Securities Act of 1933 and can only be resold in strict compliance with the applicable exemptions from the registration requirements of the 1933 Act.

GoviEx insiders subscribed for a total of C$10,200 or 60,000 units. The company paid cash finders’ fees of C$42,866.75.

Click here to read the full press release


Top Uranium Stocks to Watch

Find out what industry experts say is ahead for uranium!

Leave a Reply