An extraordinary general meeting of Arctic Minerals AB (publ) (the "Company") was held today on 4 January 2021 in Östersund.
The shareholders of Arctic Minerals AB (publ), reg. no. 556569-3602, (the "Company"), are hereby convened to the extra general meeting to be held on 4 January 2021, at 14.30 CET at the Company's premises at Köpmangatan 22 in Östersund.
The board of directors of Artic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals" or the "Company") has resolved, conditional upon approval at a subsequent extraordinary general meeting, on a directed new share issue with payment in cash of up to 40,965,652 shares, which will raise proceeds to the Company of up to SEK 30 724 239 million before issue costs (the "Directed New Share Issue"). Further, the board of directors has resolved, conditional upon approval at a subsequent extraordinary general meeting, on a directed new share issue with payment through set-off to three of the Company's creditors of up to 11,713,337 shares, which will result in the Company's debts decreasing by up to SEK 8,785,002.75 million (the "Set-Off Issue"). The subscription price in both new share issues amount to SEK 0.75 per share and has been determined through an accelerated book building process in connection with the Directed New Share Issue.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals" or the "Company") hereby announces its intention to carry out a directed new share issue of approximately MSEK 30.7 to Swedish and International professional investors (the "Directed New Share Issue"). In connection with the Directed New Share Issue, the Company is also considering the possibility of carrying out a directed new share issue with payment through set-off, applying the same subscription price as in the Directed New Share Issue, of approximately 8.8 MSEK to certain creditors in the Company.
Follow-up sampling finds cluster of gold-bearing soil samples likely to be of local origin.
Arctic Minerals is pleased to announce that it has found more copper-rich samples at its Peräpohja copper project in southern Finnish Lapland. Some of the samples also showed significant contents of gold, silver and lead. In addition, planning activities to commence diamond drilling at selected areas in Peräpohja are also under way. The Peräpohja copper project is the subject of an earn-in and joint venture agreement with the Rio Tinto group, one of the world's largest mining companies (see Press Release of 21 January 2020).
The Board of Directors of Arctic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals", the "Company" or the "Parent company" and together with its subsidiaries the "Group") (the "Board") hereby submits an interim report for the period January - June 2020.
Arctic Minerals is pleased to issue an update on its exploration progress in northern and central Finland. The 2020 exploration field campaign has been focused on the Company's gold project in Nutukka in central Finnish Lapland, battery metals in the Kiiminki project in central Finland as well as the exploring for copper in the PeräpohjaSchist Belt in northern Finland. The exploring for copper in Peräpohja is carried out through the joint venture agreement with the world leading mining group Rio Tinto.
For the fall and winter season 2020/2021, Arctic Minerals in now targeting further field work on the Nutukka gold project and also ground geophysics in Kiiminki in order to optimise locations for drilling for battery metals. In the Peräpohja copper Joint Venture project, further geophysical surveys are being carried out, with the aim of optimising the location of previously identified drill targets as well as identifying potential new targets.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) (the "Company") held its Annual General Meeting (the "AGM") on June 24, 2020 at Skeppargatan 27 in Stockholm.
The Board of Arctic Minerals AB, org.no. 556569-3602, ("The Company") convenes the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 14.00, Skeppargatan 27 4tr, 114 52 Stockholm.