K92 Mining (TSXV: KNT) this morning issued a brief update to the market, announcing to shareholders that its stock has been approved for uplisting within Canada. As a result, the company will soon begin trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange, under the same “KNT” symbol.
The company has received the final approval from the TSX, and as of December 9, 2020, K92 Mining will begin trading on the Canadian big board, while its shares will be voluntarily delisted from that of the Venture Exchange. Conditional approval for the move was initially announced back in mid-October.
Commenting on the final approval, John Lewins, CEO of K92 stated, “This listing on the TSX represents another significant milestone for K92 and its shareholders as we continue with our successful growth story at the Kainantu Mine. The TSX listing will increase the Company’s visibility, providing access to a broader range of institutional investors and capital markets.”
K92 Mining last traded at $7.99 on the TSX Venture.
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