- Mining company, Great Thunder Gold (TSXV:GTG) has gained approval to list its common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange
- The company’s CEO aid that the listing was a tactical decision, which would precede new project developments
- Great Thunder will start trading on the CSE tomorrow, and delist from the TSX Venture Exchange in approximately ten days
- The company will continue to trade under the symbol GTG, and with the same CUSIP number
- Great Thunder Gold (GTG) is down 3.08 per cent and is currently trading at C$0.63 per share
Mining company, Great Thunder Gold (TSXV:GTG) has gained approval to list its common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange.
The company currently trades on the TSX Venture Exchange. However, it will delist from that exchange in approximately ten days’ time.
Great Thunder will start trading its common company shares on the CSE at opening of trading tomorrow, June 3, 2020.
This relocation will not affect any changes in the company’s share capital. Great Thunder’s shareholders are not required to exchange their current share certificates for new ones.
The company will also continue to trade under the symbol GTG, and with the same CUSIP number.
Great Thunder’s CEO, Rich Macey, said that the listing was a tactical decision which would precede new project developments.
“Listing on the CSE is a strategic positioning, like how we positioned our company perfectly in the centre of one of the hottest Canadian gold camps. That made sense before we kick off our aggressive developments on our projects.
“We believe that listing on the CSE will enable us to engage and satisfy an even wider investor audience. The CSE has been one of the fastest growing stock exchanges, and their proactive support and partnership of assisting with each of their listings is one of the major drivers for this decision.
“We are looking forward to moving forward with our development while listed on the CSE,” he said.
Great Thunder Gold (GTG) is down 3.08 per cent and trading at C$0.63 per share at 11:02am EDT.