Canadian mining company GoldMining Inc. has begun trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the stock symbol GOLD and GOLD.WT.
Previously trading on the TSX Venture Exchange, the Vancouver-based firm’s common shares and purchase warrants, which expire on December 31, are now all listed on the TSX.
The shares and warrants have already been delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange after this “graduation” to the larger exchange, according to the company.
“The TSX is a significant marketplace for international capital and a premier stock exchange for resource companies,” said Amir Adnani, chairman of GoldMining. “This new listing will elevate the visibility of the company, attract new interest, and improve access to capital markets.”
GoldMining has two main holdings in Colombia, Titiribi and La Mina. According to the company’s internal resources statement, the Titiribi project, located in the Mid-Cauca Belt in the central Colombian department of Antioquia, has 3.8 million ounces of gold and 459 million pounds of copper in terms of indicated resources.
If gold and copper could be extracted in line with these figures, that would makes it the firm’s largest holding for both metals.